A Bookworm Review by Ana
I give this book 5 stars!
Your true love will find you. No matter what you want or need…
Have a look at the blurb:
NK is a full-length, standalone eight book in a steamy and suspenseful MC Romance series – Devil’s Nightmare MC – by Lena Bourne. No Cliffhanger, HEA Guaranteed!
I got stabbed, joined an MC far from home, and nearly got shot to death protecting another man’s woman. All to get as far away from Julie, the woman I will always love, as I could to try and forget her. The choice they gave me was leave, or watch her get hurt. It was a simple choice, but far from an easy one. I can’t forget her, and I can’t live without her. The year since I last saw her has taught me that. Convincing her to take me back might not be easy, but if she gives me a second chance, I’ll never leave her again, no matter what.
We’ve been a couple of star-crossed lovers from the start, and the things keeping us apart have only gotten more dangerous and deadly, since I made the mistake of leaving her the first time. What do I do now? Do I leave everything behind to keep on running with Julie at my back, and nothing but the open road before us? That’s always been our biggest dream, but to make it come true, I’d have to leave Devil’s Nightmare MC.
I might not survive leaving the Devils. But I know I won’t survive without Julie.
So, I know my choice. When all is said and done, it‘s an easy one.
Ink: Devil’s Nightmare MC is biker romance novel, which contains steamy sex scenes and deals with disturbing themes that may be uncomfortable for some readers. Intended for 18+ audiences.
It’s been so long since I’ve read a book from this lady that I was anxious and nervous… Anxious because she had written one of my favorite series and nervous because I had an idea of what was about to come.
Lena Bourne knows what she’s doing. She writes MC like no-one and will hook you up in a sec. You’ll see.
Ink is her latest release and it’s the eight-book from the Devil’s Nightmare MC series.
This new book explores the lives of Ink and Julie.
Ink is one of the brothers. He lives for them and would die for them too. A year ago he saw the love of his life slip away from him but it was something that he needed to do. To save her he needed to leave her behind. Now, one year later…
Julie saw her heartbroken a year ago by the one that promised her a forever love. She put her life on hold waiting for him to come back but he didn’t. Now, 1 year later she decided to follow her dreams…
Dayum… Just Dayum… It was perfect.
Sublime plot, very well written, super engaging, intense and surrounded by a cloud of darkness… It was perfect.
I’ve been following this series for a while now and it was amazing to have news from the other characters.
This book presented us with love, loyalty, desire, friendship, true love as well as greed, betrayal, crime, madness, and punishment.
One minute I was thinking that everything was a bed of roses and the next I was hit with the thorns… Jesus…
And just like this author and done previously… She gave us hints of who was the next character she would write about next.
Now I’m even more anxious… I need it…please Lena… I want more. When a woman…
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
A Few Teasers:
“Hey, Julie!” The voice sounds much more familiar than it should after not hearing it for a year.
I turn, and there’s Ink. It doesn’t feel like a dream, but a part of my mind is convinced that it should be. There’s no way he can be here, yet he’s standing next to his bike, wearing a light blue t-shirt and dark blue jeans, his thick, curly hair sun-kissed brown hair shorter than it was when he left me. My palms itch with a distant, yet clear and strong desire to run my fingers through it. His smile and those blinding sparkles in his forest-green eyes are still as hypnotizing as they were the first time we locked eyes across a basketball court all those years ago.
“Wanna have a drink with me?” he asks me the same question, in the exact same way he did on the afternoon following that basketball game, when he came to wait for me in front of my high school. He’s doing it on purpose, because he remembers things like that, and plans these kinds of romantic little gestures then delivers them perfectly. I still remember the day we met clearly too. I remember most days we spent together very clearly if I want to. I don’t want to. And I don’t care for this romantic reminder of the best day of my life? Where was this romance on the day he left me? I should ask him that, but I doubt I can make my voice work just yet.
The heat outside rises by a good twenty degrees as all that flashes through my mind. It’s like an explosion went off around us, sucking out all the air, destroying the world and leaving only the two of us whole and alive in the rubble. That’s how being with him always felt, like we were the only two people in the world.
We weren’t. It was just an illusion, because one day, he up and told me he can’t see me anymore and disappeared with no explanation, no apology, no real good bye. He was just gone.
“Come on, say something,” he says, and I think that’s also something he said to me on the day we met. Him showing up that day, the boy that I couldn’t stop thinking about all night and all day in school that day, was as much of a shock as this is.
“What do you want me to say?” I ask angrily.
That first day we met I just said yes, and then I got on the back of his bike and we had that drink which lasted well into the night. That day was, and still is, one of the top three best days of my life. But this isn’t that day. It’s not even close, even if he insists on recreating it with words.
“I don’t know. You could say, “Hello”, maybe?” he says and chuckles, but I know he doesn’t think this is funny. His eyes are very serious, and sad, and kind of scared too.
I see red, and before I know it I’m right next to him, telling him all about how angry I am, how angry I was when he left, how “Hello”, is the last thing he deserves to hear from me after leaving me the way he did. With no explanation, no chance to fix whatever went wrong between us, no hint at what that was in the first place. The words are just flowing from my mouth, my mind not even registering them before they spill out.
I meant to act more dignified when I saw him next, I meant to be cold and aloof and pretend him leaving didn’t hurt me at all. But that was a ridiculous thing to plan for. I loved him more than anyone or anything else in the world. I thought he loved me just as much. I thought we’d stay together forever, he promised me forever, asked me to be his wife. But in the end, he just hurt me more than anyone else ever could.
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About the author :
Lena Bourne is a USA Today and Amazon Bestselling contemporary romance author. She writes about alpha bad boys with a sensitive side and the alpha females who prove to be their match. Hot bedroom scenes and fast-paced, action packed plots are Lena’s specialty. She’s still waiting for her own HEA with the right bad boy, but the searching is lots of fun too. Coffee lover, owner of cats.
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