I'm not a big fan of MC (Motorcycle Club) Romance, but I decided to give this one a shot anyway. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the story. It's dark, gritty, and full of violence, but it's also really sweet. I love how attentive Maverick is when it comes to June, and how far he's willing to go to help her make something of the hellish life she's been forced to live.
Nomad Kind of Love by Nicole Snow
June Daniels watched helplessly as the Grizzlies Motorcycle Club destroyed everything she ever cared about. The ruthless gang controls her shattered life, condemning her to darkness without end...until she meets him.
Aaron "Maverick" Sturm doesn't know what it means to settle down. The President of the Prairie Devils Nomads charter is way too hardened, untamable, and dominant for any old lady.
But when he's sent West to establish a new charter, the beautiful woman he takes as collateral from the Grizzlies upends everything. Instincts Aaron never knew existed start to rage, primal desires to love and protect her in his bed, on his bike, and in his heart.
This bad boy loves a challenge. Claiming broken, mysterious June is his fiercest ever.
She can't forsake her need for vengeance on the Grizzlies. He can't let go, even when giving her what she needs most brings savage politics and blood war between MCs.
Will June find love and justice with her outlaw savior - or will her bitter determination ruin the man she loves and his club?
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About the Author
Nicole Snow is a sweet, unassuming young woman. You'd never suspect the deeply sensual, sometimes depraved fantasies raging behind her eyes.
She started writing erotica to escape the boring drudgery of a desk job. In fiction, there are no rules and no boundaries. Everything is on the table, no matter how forbidden.
She's currently known for the bestselling Prairie Devils/Outlaw Love motorcycle club series.
Today, Nicole serves up some of the bestselling erotica and erotic romance on the shelves. She welcomes comments from readers at firstname.lastname@example.org