Saturday, April 18, 2015

Review: Fierce ( Storm MC #2 ) by Nina Levine

Fierce by Nina Levine

She’s everything he’s never wanted. He’s everything she’s never known.

Scott Cole is a force to be reckoned with. As Vice President of the Storm Motorcycle Club he carries out his duties with a ruthless determination. He moves through life with a clear agenda - protect his club and his family at all costs.

He is intense.

He is loyal.

He is fierce.

He doesn’t give his love easily, but when he does, he loves fiercely. Settling down, however, has never been part of his plan. 

Harlow James is a country girl who has never met a biker in her life. She is also done with men. In her experience all they ever do is lie, cheat or steal. When she meets Scott Cole she knows he is heartbreak on legs. 

He is confident.

He is sexy.

He is bossy.

She knows she must fight her growing attraction to this complex man in order to guard her heart. When his world crashes into hers and danger comes calling, Scott’s fierce desire to protect kicks in and Harlow realises that she might just have found a man worth taking a risk on.




I didn't finish #1 Storm, so when I started this one I had some confusion regarding some of the things that happened before and I had no clue how did Scott ended up living next to Michelle and her daughter Lisa. But despite the slight confusion, I still manage to enjoy the book and I believe the heroine, Harlow make her first appearance here.

Scott is the VP of Storm MC. He is such a short tempered brute with a bleeding heart. On one hand he was quick to throw his fist around, but on the other hand he had such a soft heart for the little girl next door and her cat. 

Harlow is a simple country girl who came to Brisbane to help out her mother's cafe. She worked odd jobs to help with the bills and after an occasion where Scott's chauvinistic behavior cost her job, she ended up working at his strip club. Before you got your dirty mind all excited, she only work as a waitress.

During their first meeting, Harlow was quite to judge Scott with how he looks, all tatted up and wearing a leather cut. Oh boy, he looks like trouble and sins all roll into one sexy package. When she really get to know him and his nobleness despite his harsh exterior, Harlow couldn't help but crave a taste from him, even for a single night.

I enjoyed this one so much more than Book #1, I would have easily give it a 4 stars. But towards the end I decided to knock off half a star because I always prefer the hero to do the saving in the crucial moment. I don't like the fact that Blade came out and steal the limelight. That doesn't stand well with me. And no matter how much I enjoyed Harlow and Scott, I still categorize their relationship as something casual, but exclusive. So for them to be throwing out 'forever' seems a bit forced. 

Rating 3.5/5