Havoc (Storm MC #8) by Nina Levine
Genre: MC Romance Cover Designer: Romantic Book Affairs Release Date: March 8, 2016
I was happy doing my own thing.
Just me, my club and a whole lot of dirty work to take care of.
She never wanted a biker.
She wanted stability and I gave up on that years ago.
We tried to fight it.
Neither of us wanted it.
But she calms my fury and I show her a man who accepts every part of her.
Now we're trying to figure out how to be together.
Because when the need for each other is this strong, to deny it will only cause complete havoc.
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ESCAPE WITH AN ALPHA
Gypsy at heart.
USA Today Bestselling author who writes about alpha men & the women they love.
When I’m not creating with words you will find me planning my next getaway, visiting somewhere new in the world, having a long conversation over coffee and cake with a friend, creating with paper or curled up with a good book and chocolate.
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I honestly think Havoc and Carla are perfect for each other they both have dirty mouths, “trouble’s your middle effin’name, isn’t it?” I growled, reaching for her hand and pulling it off my crotch. “You keep that ***t up, and I’ll be banging you on the effin’bar.” Carla doesn't back down, she voices her opinions, and the girl has some lady balls, she has a problem she lets you know, “yes, now,” she snapped. “I cooked you dinner. I went to some trouble for you. And while I don’t expect cartwheels and cheers of thanks, a simple acknowledgement would be nice. Just to know you at least enjoyed your dinner would be good.” I really loved Havoc I thought he was a good man.