SERIES: Storm MC Series - Book Four
AUTHOR: Nina Levine
RELEASE DATE: November 21st
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BLOOD WILL BE SHED...
The ghosts of Donovan "Blade" Brookes' life are closing in on him.
Hardened by an abusive childhood and haunted by the murder of his fiancé, Blade struggles against the dark forces threatening to consume him. When he helps Layla Reed in her hour of need, he has no idea she will be the light to his darkness. As they spend more time together, he is powerless to fight his desire for her. Powerless to fight his need for her. However, as his feelings deepen, he pushes her away, reluctant to drag her into his world. With enemies coming at him from all directions, Storm MC needing his help to fight off a rival, and his father still causing him grief, Blade needs the love of a good woman now more than ever. Can Layla push Blade to the edge and get him to admit to both of them what he wants? Or will the darkness pull him under once and for all?
Oh man, I have been waiting for Blade's (AKA Donovan) story. I just knew he was going to be difficult. He was surprisingly less difficult than I expected. He's gone through some really bad stuff, so I figured poor Layla was going to have to work super hard to get him to open up...That part was as expected. Ha
I've loved Blade since the beginning of the Storm MC series. I know he was a surprise to Scott and Madison, but I was excited about his introduction into the story. I love his and Madison's relationship. You don't expect someone as scary as Blade to be as loving as he is toward his little sister. I was also pleasantly surprised by the way Scott and Blade interacted. Oh! And I loved Layla, that girl is fierce. She would have to be to be able to keep up with Blade.
Okay, there were quite a few "Ah" moments in this installment. I'm not going to discuss it, but I was relieved. There is so much going on in Slay that my head was kind of spinning. Let's just say there are a lot of questions we've had that are answered, and some stuff happens that I'm still kind of reeling from as I'm sitting here thinking about it.
All in all, I loved it! It was intense, and it was surprising, but I'm glad some answers I've had were answered. Let's just say that I now CANNOT wait for Griff's book.