Nomad Kind of Love by Nicole Snow
Prairie Devils MC, Book 2
Publisher: Ice Lips Press (April 2014)
180 pages, eBook (provided by Author for review)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
June's entire life has been ruined by the Grizzlies MC, and unfortunately it isn't over yet because she is still under their thumb, the reluctant star of their strip club . . . that is until she's taken one night by another MC as collateral for a truce, and begins to realize that she has been rescued from the dark life she'd known. Maverick and his MC brothers are ferocious, gritty men that mean business, but his romance with June was both passionate and sweet, revealing a soft side to the man in charge of the small Nomads chapter. The men in this story aren't shy about being violent, and there are some graphic depictions of it, especially the unapologetic realization of vengeance (as was true in the first book in the series), but I think the optimistic and inevitable nature of the romance layered on top of it is a good offset and a really engaging contrast. I like how there are very few real problems between Maverick and June as they are starting their relationship, most of the conflict and drama come from outside forces, and I thought that was a refreshing setup for the story. Great Read!