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From the Author
STORM MC READING ORDER
Book 1: Storm
Book 2: Fierce
Book 3: Blaze
Book 4: Revive
Book 5: Slay
Book 5.5: Sassy Christmas
Book 6: Illusive
Book 7: Command
Book 8: Havoc
Book 9: Gunnar
Book 10: Wilder
Book 11: Colt (April 2021)
SYDNEY STORM MC READING ORDER
Book 1: Relent
Book 2: Nitro's Torment
Book 3: Devil's Vengeance
Book 4: Hyde's Absolution
Book 5: King's Wrath
Book 6: King's Reign
Book 7: King: The Epilogue Collection
STORM MC RELOADED
Book 1: Hurricane Hearts
Book 2: War of Hearts
Book 3: Christmas Hearts
Book 4: Battle Hearts
Be The One
Steal My Breath
- ASIN : B00GSWF888
- Publisher : Levine Publishing; 1st edition (November 20, 2013)
- Publication date : November 20, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 4022 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 230 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #15,700 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Predictably, J and Madison rekindle their affair, but there is a lot of relationship drama, screaming, and several misunderstandings thrown in. While a bit annoying, that part didn't bother me as much as some of the other drama in the book because, let's face it, J and Madison don't have a lot of relationship experience, nor do they have good role models. Well, the bad guy is caught and dealt with startlingly quickly, and everything seems fine for about five minutes. Then another psycho pops out of the woodwork to threaten Madison's life. Psycho number two is also dealt with quickly and abruptly, only for us to find out that Madison's father has a secret family that he's been hiding for the last twenty years or so. Not only does the secret brother suddenly decide that he wants to be a part of the MC family after a couple decades of ignoring them, we also find out that Madison's father likes to hit her mother. The mother justifies staying with him for all these years, and Madison rationalizes the abuse and her mother's acceptance of this abuse by saying it, "Made her mother a strong person." Not just no, but hell no.
For me, the ongoing drama was bad enough, but the abuse between Madison's parents and the author's casual rationalization of it was just too much for me. Especially when Madison decides to ditch her new and awesome life to stay with a pack of messed-up jerks. This story just didn't do it for me, and I can't see myself reading anything else by this author in the future.
I thought the villains of this story (brother and sister) should have been fleshed out more. Why were they crazy violent? What made them tick? Where they close and why? The author never got into their heads so you'd know them, understand them. All you knew was what the brother had done to the h 2 yrs before and that 2 yrs later he killed one of her friends he'd been dating. (Why would the friend even date him knowing he was violent and had beaten her friend up?). Some things just didn't make sense and the author didn't do a good job of explaining. It's like she just threw a bunch of events together and threw in a few things to try and make it an MC story. It didn't work.
Still, in spite of all the above it wasn't a bad love story...might have been better if the author had taken the MC aspect out of it. In other words a love story about an alpha guy and a girl who had a traumatic past and a deranged stalker after her. I might have rated it 4 stars then. All I can say is maybe the author should watch Sons of Anarchy to get a better idea of the MC life.
Top reviews from other countries
Madison is born into the bikers club, Storm. Her dad is the president of the club, her brother is the VP and her boyfriend also belongs to the club. One evening her life is changed forever and she starts making bad choices. Until she leaves the live and everyone behind her to make a fresh start.
Two years later and one of her bad choices comes back to haunt her. She has to return home for her safety. Problem is the person sent to collect her is the ex that broke her heart and sent her away.
Madison and J’s relationship is ever so complicated but also fulled with sexual attraction.
If you feel like an easy, uncomplicated read, and a well written MC series, this is the one.
What I appreciate most about this series is that I don't feel like I've read this story before.
There are two popular MC series (I like them both a lot), written by two very well known authors that I had a real problem re-reading. It was hard work keeping the two stories separated in my memory because they are that similar. NOT fun!
Any way... about Storm...
This is Maddy (Madison Cole - daughter of the Storm MC President and sister to Scott the VP) and J's (Jason) story.
Even though growing up in 'the life' Maddy was relatively sheltered from the darker side of it. So after two traumatic events a broken Maddy moved and left her family, the Club and her love behind, determined never to return.
This is the story of Maddy and J healing themselves and as a result their relationship while dealing with her crazy ex Nix (then VP, now President of the rival MC Black Deeds) and his equally crazy sister Mandy and some serious unfolding family drama!!
There is a DELICIOUS development right near the very end of the book (no cliffhangers!!) that makes you want to read on and looking forward to the next book! :)
The next book in the Storm MC series is Fierce! Scott's (VP) story.
Our heroine grew up in the MC so is very familiar with their way of life however she seems to struggle with accepting the secretive "club business" aspect of a relationship with a club member? I don't know I just found that a little bit annoying so I didn't warm to her as much as I could have.
Our hero is a typical alpha male who of course has a soft under belly but only the chosen few get to see that side of him.
Things move at a brisk pace and this made it a quick read for me as there wasn't any real suspense being built or lingering on particularly momentous events.
All in all it was a good read and I'll continue with the series.
Madison Cole has grown up in the Storm MC. Her father is the President and her brother is the VP. Two years ago she walked away from everything she knew but now events beyond her control threaten to destroy the life she has worked hard to rebuild.
Nina Levine is one of those authors that I keep promising to read but never find the time, so when i saw that Storm, the first in her Storm MC #1 was on offer, I just had to grab it.
What can I say? I enjoyed it but felt that it was missing some of the usual elements I enjoy in an MC read. I was no where near as gritty or as thrilling as I would have liked.
I found Madison's character annoying, her constant whining was just too much at times and it seems that I am not alone when I that she irked the hell out of me.
There were some steamy scenes between Madison and sexy as hell biker Jay but over all it fell a little short for me, I just couldn't connect to this story.
If you enjoy a good MC read that doesn't get to dark, this is for you!