Tragedy of their close friend brings them together and Kick so Nina you are an evil genius! This story contains all the panty-melting sexiness and alpha goodness that Nina Levine books are known for. They slowly break down the walls they have each built up around themselves to protect their fragile hearts from any more damage. I love kick and Evie story how true love will always find its way no matter the obstacles that stand in the way even if that obstacle is self doubt in what you deserve. They are so right for each other it's crazy and it's amazing how through so many obstacles keeping them spectated those years back, they seem to find their way back to each other. I found the preview of Nitro's book more captivating with reading only 3 chapters, than the entirety of Relent. At a time when everything is falling down around me, she might just be my saviour.
Pain pounded in my head as a headache set in. I think they need each other more than they thought. Just a big tease for the reader. I wanted to experience every emotion from angst to misery and everything in between during their journey and sadly I did not. He wanted Evie not only back in his bed but back in his life for good she was it for him but would he be able to convince her he had changed and get her to give them another chance.
Long before I sold my soul to the devil. But Kick has over ideas, he wants her, he loves her, he never stopped and he won't give up until she in his arms, bed and he's back in her heart. Those flashback were actually pretty emotional and so straightforward and relevant to what's really happening in the present. You such a good man, kick, and you don't even realize it. I can't quite put my finger on why this book didn't do it for me.
That crazy fucker will feature heavily in each book! She always gives us real women who have something in them that everyone can relate to. A biker torn between loyalty to his club and love for his woman. And I was so damn glad he'd made me relent. Often though, she can be found curled up with a good book and some chocolate. And sometimes they bring you to your knees in ways you never imagined.
Very minimal wear and tear. It wasn't a big one, but still a hole. Kick is the person that likes to solve all his friends' problems and has no issues in defending Evie when others get her down. It was incredibly enthralling how Nina Levine went from present to flashbacks. Tragedy of their close friend brings them together and Kick soon realizes his mistake of ever letting Evie go. He remained standing, his eyes on mine. He is convinced that Evie deserves better and leaves.
So, you can say my Levine cherry has been officially popped lol. I had to make him see. After trying to keep his Storm life from interfering with his life with Evie they call it quits. It drove me crazy waiting to find out why they weren't. I am very disappointed, and I am trying to put my finger on exactly why. As far as this one goes. She's a beautiful smart mouth sassy person, but like most women, she has insecurities she struggles with.
No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket if applicable included for hard covers. Throughout this book I found myself going through so many emotions. Her biggest supporter, growing up. Relent is the first book in Nina's new biker series. Until the unthinkable happened, which split the families apart. She became a strong and independent woman. The fact that I was left questioning a lot of things, the lack of detail in certain scenes as well as me not being able to completely connect emotionally with the characters is what ultimately dropped my rating down.
Kick protects Evie from everything and everyone including himself. Her head told her that they had tried to make it work and it just wasn't meant to be, but her heart had been his since she was 10 yrs old. He fights against bringing the one woman he's ever loved into this world. And I was so damn glad he'd made me relent. Evie has some self esteem issues which has stend from bullying in high school. After spending a while apart they are brought back together due to a mutual tragedy.