Author: Nina Levine
Series: Storm MC #7
Release Date: November 18, 2015
Betrayal. Destruction. Loss.
The Storm MC is a club in crisis and their new President, Scott Cole, has declared war on their enemy. As Scott takes command, the MC is thrust into the biggest battle in their history – a battle to not only save the club, but the lives of its members.
Harlow James stands behind her man as he takes charge. She’s determined to prove she can be the woman he needs. However, somewhere along the way, she’s lost a piece of herself, and she fights to be strong for him when she feels anything but strong.
As the club descends into chaos, Scott and Harlow are pulled in opposite directions while they try to protect everything that is important to them. Their relationship is tested in ways it never has been, but they cling to the faith they have in each other.
Is faith enough to get you through when all appears to be lost? For Scott and Harlow, it may be the only thing that, in the end, will save them and the club.
Just when I thought I couldn’t possibly love the Storm MC family any more, Command comes along and makes me fall even deeper. Nina Levine has written a fantastic new addition to the series, tying up loose ends and giving some of the couples that extra push towards their happily ever afters. Scott and Harlow had a lot to work through and I loved how Nina Levine approached their situation with an emotional honesty and sensitivity that made my heart swell. Nina never dismissed Scott and Harlow’s feelings and fears in exchange for a smoother storyline. Instead, each broken piece was lovingly examined and carefully put back in its place allowing the reader to really feel this story all the way through. Their relationship evolved naturally, riding out the highs and lows until this couple found their happy medium again. Nina Levine continues to wow me with each new novel, her growth as a writer and storyteller obvious in each heartfelt emotion and unforgettable character she creates. Nina uses her words to make her readers ache and burn only to turn around and soothe with her thoughtful prose. Her ability to make me feel, to experience her characters’ journeys wholly, keeps me coming back for more.
“Her promise fell easily from her lips and all I could do was hope she kept it, because this woman standing in front of me was the woman I’d decided to spend the rest of my life with, and I needed her whole again.”
After all they’d been through in their relationship, I wasn’t sure quite what to expect in this book from Harlow and Scott. I was prepared for them to be broken and maybe a little angry, but instead I was amazed by the amount of growth we saw from them in Command. As Harlow begins to heal, we get to experience the fierce woman Scott first fell in love with, and once again, I quickly found myself totally mesmerized by this charismatic couple. I adored watching them push each other, challenging one another to open up and face their pain. Their ability to trust one another in the purest of ways laid an unshakeable foundation for their future that had my mind spinning with the endless possibilities of their happily ever after. They were, without question, a stronger couple in this book and I loved having my favorite badass MC couple back in action. In addition to seeing our favorite biker couples return, Nina introduced some new characters that had me totally intrigued, especially the incredibly feisty, Scarlett. I can’t wait to see how Nina intends to develop these new relationships, because one thing is for sure, it will be one hell of a ride.
“Harlow joined all the pieces of my soul together. She made me whole.”
So much emotion pours from the pages of this book. Harlow and Scott have been through so much in their relationship and Storm has been plagued by violence and lies in the previous books. The tension has never been higher nor has there ever been so much at stake. When I wasn’t swooning over Scott, Nina had me on the edge of my seat, anxiously waiting for the moment when someone would pull back the curtain and reveal who was responsible for all of the club’s recent trouble. Each unexpected twist and turn in the plot kept me riveted, and that final moment of truth was totally satisfying. Despite their heartache, Scott and Harlow’s connection was as undeniable as ever and their chemistry once again sizzled. Nina Levine packed a ton of heat into this book, making me blush from Scott and Harlow’s filthy mouths and insatiable lust. The inclusion of so many familiar faces in this book was just the icing on the cake. Not only did it make me giddy with excitement, but it gave Command a deeply rooted sense of family. For the first time, everyone really seemed to find their place within the Storm MC and seeing them not only fight to defend their family, but share in life’s big moments as well, had my heart soaring.
I ran my hand over her ass and up her back. When I found her hair, I took hold and pulled her head back so I could dip my mouth to her neck. Fuck she smells good. I kissed her and as she moaned again, I added my teeth to the kiss, and fuck if she didn’t arch her back and press her front to me harder.
Pulling away, I rasped, “Jesus, woman, I need to get you out of here, otherwise your ass is gonna be planted on that couch and my dick is gonna be buried so far deep in you before you can stop me.”
Her mouth turned up in a grin, but she didn’t say anything.
“What?” I demanded.
“There is no way Scott Cole is going to fuck his woman in front of his club, but I love your enthusiasm. Personally, I think these guys are so involved in their drinking that we could probably have sex on that couch and none of them would even notice.”
I raised my brows. “You wanna see just where Scott Cole would fuck his woman? ‘Cause I’m happy to show you.”
Her grin grew. “I dare you, baby.”
She knows me too fucking well and she’s fucking playing me.
I kept my gaze trained on her while I pulled out my phone and called Griff. When he answered, I said, “You guys right if I head home for the night?”
“Yeah, brother. We’ve got it under control. Church is scheduled for ten in the morning and then we’ve got the re-opening of Trilogy tomorrow night.”
My gaze dropped to Harlow’s lips as she licked them, and my dick begged for that tongue. I raised my finger to her lips and closed her mouth, holding my finger there as I replied, “See you in the morning.”
Shoving my phone in my pocket, I growled, “I want you outside. Now.”
Her grin disappeared and gave way to a sexy curl of her lips. Without another word, she turned and began walking outside. My eyes dropped to her ass. The way it swayed under the tight fit of her short, black dress almost made me come in my pants.
That dress is fucking perfect.
I followed her outside and as we walked past the corner of the building, I snagged her around the waist, lifted her to rest against my body and carried her around the corner. I then deposited her on the ground and pushed her up against the building. My hands went to the hem of her dress and I pulled it up to reveal her panties to me. I slid one hand inside to find her pussy while my other hand moved to take hold of her chin.
My eyes found hers and I demanded, “You good if I fuck my woman now?”
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Don’t miss the rest of the Storm MC Series:
Storm (Storm MC #1)
Fierce (Storm MC #2)
Blaze (Storm MC #3)
Revive (Storm MC #4)
Slay (Storm MC #5)
Sassy Christmas (Storm MC #5.5)
Illusive (Storm MC #6)
Havoc (Storm MC #8)
USA Today Bestselling Author Nina Levine, is an Aussie author who writes stories about alpha men and the strong, independent women they love.
When she isn’t creating with words, she loves to create with paint and paper. Often though, she can be found curled up with a good book and some chocolate.