Havoc by Nina Levine

This book may be well into the series but this is an author that takes her characters seriously and the trials and tribulations that occur throughout this story are as engaging as the previous stories.

This is some tough as old books bikers that’s he has handed over here and getting to grips with them is no mean feat, I can imagine that trying to sort out their story in the authors head must have been like herding cats, there is so much going on that it is almost impossible to keep your eye on the ball so to speak, so one word of warning…pay attention!

These guys do exactly what they want when they want too but that doesn’t make them all bad, because under the hardened exteriors lies the sort of soft centre that they would deny if pushed, but they loved without reservation and to an absolute fault! When they have you in their sights there is no getting away, although I would have to ask why would you run?

Havoc, lives and breathes the club, it is the reason he puts his feet on the floor each morning but what happens when that centre of gravity has its axis well and truly shifted, because when Carla enters his life, this bada$$ biker may just have to rethink is routine.

Carla decides to take the edge of a crappy day with a drink in a local bar, little did she expect to meet the force of nature that is Havoc, but after a few drinks and a lot of chat, they head home…. together.

Little did she know that from that moment, she belonged because e as far as Havoc was concerned she was his, he had no idea why he felt something for her that he had never felt before but he knew that now he had it he was never letting it go and he was more than happy to fight tooth and nail to get his own way.

Their relationship wasn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination but they completely owned it, they fought through all the rough times to find their way out the other end, but would all the agro take its toll or would Havoc, get to keep his old lady?

I adore these guys they are so…. oh I don’t know words fail me, they are just so them and I wouldn’t want them any other way.

A superb addition to what has been so far the most enjoyable of series.

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