Friday, 2 January 2015



Fierce (Storm MC #2)
by Nina Levine


She's everything he's never wanted.  He's everything she's never known.

Scott Cole is a force to be reckoned with. As Vice President of the Storm Motorcycle Club he carries out his duties with a ruthless determination. He moves through life with a clear agenda - protect his club and his family at all costs. 

He is intense. 

He is loyal. 

He is fierce. 

He doesn’t give his love easily, but when he does, he loves fiercely. Settling down, however, has never been part of his plan. 

Harlow James is a country girl who has never met a biker in her life. She is also done with men. In her experience all they ever do is lie, cheat or steal. When she meets Scott Cole she knows he is heartbreak on legs. 

He is confident. 

He is sexy. 

He is bossy. 

She knows she must fight her growing attraction to this complex man in order to guard her heart. When his world crashes into hers and danger comes calling, Scott’s fierce desire to protect kicks in and Harlow realises that she might just have found a man worth taking a risk on. 



Excerpt from Fierce

My eyes dropped to her chest. That top fit her tits like a glove; any man would struggle to keep their eyes off her chest. I wasn’t a saint and had no problem showing my appreciation so it took me more than a few moments to look back up to her face. She was shaking her head at me but there was a hint of a smile.

I smirked. “Sweetheart, if you’re gonna wear shit like that you’ve gotta expect men to stare.”

“Turn around.” 


She repeated herself. “I said, turn around.”

“Yeah, I got that but I’m wondering where you’re going with this.”

She walked over to me until she was in my personal space. A sexy smile came over her face and she said, “I want you to turn around so that I can check out your ass cause baby, a woman’s got needs and if you’re gonna wear shit like that, her needs are gonna be fulfilled.”

I reached out and curled my hand around her neck, pulling her closer. “Fuck woman, what are you doing to me?”

Her breathing became ragged. “The same thing you’re doing to me.”

Series Reading Order:

Storm (Storm MC #1)

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Fierce (Storm MC #2)
Blaze (Storm MC #2.5)
Revive (Storm MC #3)
Slay (Storm MC #4)

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Thursday, 1 January 2015

Happy New Year 2015

Happy New Year!!

WOW!  What a year 2014 was.  2013 was the year that changed my life, but 2014 was the year that showed me just what I am capable of.  2014 gave the world to me and in 2015 I am embracing everything the world has to offer and soaking it all in.  

2014 gave "me" back to me.

You see, I'd lost myself somewhere along the way... to be honest, I think I lost myself way before I even really got started.  My eyes have finally been opened and I see it all... and I am never ever shutting them again.

If you're a reader of my books, I want to take a moment to thank you from the bottom of my heart for buying them and reading them.  You will most likely never know the many ways you have helped change my life.  But let me just say that it has been changed completely.  

And all it took was for me to finally have the courage to follow my life long dream of publishing my own books.. to finally begin to believe in myself and to take a chance on myself... to step out of my comfort zone.

If you're starting the year with a goal of making some changes in your life but still struggling with that, I wish you all the best in following through on what you know deep in your heart you want to do.  

A few years ago, I had to close down a struggling business that I ran with my best friend... I walked away with debt and disappointment.  I was nearly 40, a single mother and had nothing but good friends and family who loved me dearly.  I had to start over from scratch and figure out what the hell to do with my life now.  I am not the kind of person to believe in failure but I have to admit to you that after years of trying things with no success, I was feeling like there was no hope.  I think that sometimes circumstances in life come together and push you into that corner where you feel like nothing you do is working.  You feel hopeless.  The reason I am telling you all this is to give YOU hope if you're feeling like I was.

A lot can happen in a year.

Keep pushing for what you want.  

Don't settle for less.  

Make your dreams come true!

*raises glass*

Here's to a kick-ass 2015 where we go after what we want and give it a damn good shot at making it all happen!

Nina xx

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

COVER REVEAL: Black Hearts: The Leather Valentine Collection

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Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Giveaway Winners

So, I've finally gone through and picked all the winners from my recent giveaways.  And because there were so many, I figured I would post them all here in the one post so you can easily find it.

9k Likes Giveaway:

Fierce Paperback - Amy Prater
$10 Amazon gift card - Rhiannon King
ARC of Slay (or now Inevitable Havoc, winner's choice) - Kristy Smith Nash
Stormchaser Shirt - Holly Hill
10 x ebooks (winner's choice) - Carrie McBurnett Hayes, Tamera McIntosh, Tabitha Frala Hoyt, Angie Dubisher, Tammy Lewis, Heather Cook, Cristi Riquelme, Charlene Esler, Cara Webb & Clare Flack
3 x Swag Packs - Vera Machado, Bobbi Kinion & Linda Jones

Kindle Fire Giveaway:

Kindle Fire HD 6 - Christine Raroha-Blood
Stormchaser Shirt - Iveta Velickaite
Owned Paperback - Andrea Weltman
Deluxe Swag Pack - Lourin Baylie Wheeler
3 x Storm MC Box Set Ebooks - Maria Lazarou, Jeanette Hofseth, Catherine Ketner Bates

Slay Fan Release Blast Amazon Gift Card Giveaway:

3 x $20 Amazon gift cards - Patrice Jamie, Lourin Baylie Wheeler & Niki Driscoll


Also, if you took part in the Slay Fan Release Blast for swag, I have ordered the NEW swag and will be sending it out from next week.  Fingers crossed it will arrive this week.

And... I owe a LOT of people swag from giveaways I've run at takeovers and release parties.  Please know that if you are on my list, I won't forget you.  I am slowly making my way through everyone and sending out as I go.  However, I am also writing something that I want to get out to you soon so that is slowing me down a little.  I think you'll like what I am working on, though, so hopefully you won't mind getting your swag a little later.

Thank you!
Nina x

Friday, 24 October 2014

Roxie Chapter 3

For those of you following along with Roxie's story, I finally wrote chapter 3!  Sorry it has taken me so long.

If you haven't read the first two chapters, go here first.



I scanned the club.  It was packed in here which was usually how I liked it.  You could get lost and forget your shit for a few hours when the beat of the music and the crowd swallowed you.  Tonight though, I wished there were less people so I could find who I was looking for, and then get the hell out of here.  Far, far away from Liam.
The man was messing with my mind.  Not intentionally though.  No, he had the ability to fluster me simply by being in the same room.  I turned my gaze to him and found him watching me.  “What?” I snapped.
“You see him?”
God he was so serious.  Too serious for me.  “No.”  It came out all grumbly and I did nothing to hide that.
“Are you always this cranky?”
“Yes, but especially so when I’m forced to do something I don’t want to do.”
His shoulders tensed and his chest rose.  When he spoke, it was in a very controlled manner.  “Roxie, we’ve established you have a situation and we’ve also established this situation is intensifying so I’m not sure why you’re so against finding this man.  Don’t you want to know if he’s got something to do with this?”
“Yes, but I’d rather do that on my own.  I don’t like the fact you and your boss have pushed your way into my business.”
The vein in his neck pulsed and I sensed his frustration, but he held his cool.  “Zane owed Scott a favour and Scott was pretty adamant he wanted to call it in on this job.  If you’ve got a problem with someone trying to help you out, free of charge, I suggest you take that up with Scott.  Personally, if someone who was an expert in finding assholes like this wanted to help me for free, I’d take him up on the offer without complaining.”
Shit, he’d put me in my place and I stared at him, not sure what to say to that.
He waited for me to say something but when I didn’t, he asked, “You gonna help me find this guy?”
“Fine,” I said as I blew out a breath.  “But I want to talk to him first if we find him.”
“No, I don’t want you to say anything to him.”
I threw my hands in the air.  “Do you always do this, Liam?”
“Do what?”
“The thing where you give short answers without elaborating.”
“Did I need to elaborate?”
He shook his head.  “No, I didn’t.”  He jabbed his chest with his thumb.  “I’m leading this investigation, Roxie, and I’ll give you information on a need-to-know basis but I’m not going to waste time going over details.”
I put my hands on my hips and glared at him.  Bossy men like Liam pissed me off.  It was why I struggled to understand the attraction Madison had to J.  “I’ll give you a heads up, Liam.  You need to run this whole investigation on a need-to-know basis with me otherwise I’m not having any part of it.”
His eyes widened and he returned my glare for a few moments.  And then he caved.  “Okay, sweetheart, we’ll do this your way but I’m giving you a heads up.  The moment I sense you’re in any kind of danger, I will do anything and everything to keep you safe and if that involves me withholding information, you’ll suck that up and run with it.”  His green eyes flashed me a warning not to argue and for once I kept my mouth shut.  He moved his face closer to mine before asking, “We clear?”
“Yes, we’re clear,” I muttered.  
“Good,” he huffed.
We stared at each other for another moment and then I dragged my gaze away from his to begin searching the club for the guy.


Half an hour later, we’d traipsed through the entire club and come up short.  The guy wasn’t here.  I turned to Liam with a questioning look.  “What now?”
“Now we have a drink, kill some time and resume the search in about half an hour.”
“He’s probably not coming here tonight.”  Having a drink with Liam was not high on my wish list.
He headed towards the bar.  “How many times have you met him here?”
“Seems to me this is his pick-up place.”
We hit the bar and I leaned on it while looking up at him.  “You’re so sure of yourself, aren’t you?”
“Been doing this job for a long time, Roxie.  I know how to read people and their behaviours, so yeah I’m fairly sure I’m right.  Sometimes I’m not though, and I’ll always admit that.”  
My irritation lessened a little with his admission.  I respected people who could admit they weren’t always right.  And with my annoyance levels lowering, I softened towards having a drink with him.  “I’ll have a vodka and lemonade,” I said.
Surprise flickered on his face but he hid it quickly before ordering our drinks.  “How long have you owned the hairdressing salon?” he asked, turning his attention back to me.
“It’s my mum’s salon and she’s had it as long as I can remember.”
“I was under the impression you owned it.”
“She doesn’t work in it anymore, hasn’t for two years now, so I run it as if I do.”
“Is she okay?”
“Yeah, she’s just got other stuff to take care of and asked me to look after the salon.”
Our drinks arrived and Liam studied me while drinking some of his.  “Does she have other business interests?”
His voice was slightly strained when he spoke.  It was the only sign of his frustration; Liam was skilled at controlling his emotions.  “Are you being intentionally guarded about this or is this just the way you always are?”
“I don’t see the need for you to know any of this,” I answered him as I took a sip of my drink.
“Roxie, I’m trying to learn about the salon as part of the investigation.  If your mother has other business interests, the problems at the salon could be tied to those.  I don’t ask questions just for the sake of making small talk.”
I huffed out a breath.  My irritation flared up at the fact he made sense.  “No, she doesn’t have other business interests.  She’s a foster mum and took on more kids a couple of years ago.  I took over the running of the salon so she’d have the time for the kids and to help bring money into the house.”
His mouth fell open.  “You help your mum raise those kids?”
He blinked a few times and then just stared.  It ruffled me and I didn’t give him time to say anything before I demanded, “What’s so weird about that?”  
“Nothing,” he said in a soft voice.  “It’s an amazing thing to do.  Why would I think it’s weird?”
I began rubbing my forearm as the insecurity I’d lived with my entire life crept over my skin.  Fuck, I hated this shit.  People were always so quick to judge but Liam stood before me with an earnest look on his face and I knew without a doubt he held no judgement.  Taking a deep breath, I explained, “My mum was my foster mum before she adopted me.  She took me in when I was thirteen and I owe her so much.  My choice to support her and help her raise these kids seems to be one a lot of people find odd.  They can’t seem to understand a twenty-five year old woman giving up her time for that.  I’m sorry if I came across as a bitch just then but I’ve been dealing with judgemental assholes my whole life and I made an incorrect assumption about you.”
A smile spread across his face.  “Apology accepted, and sweetheart, fuck what people think.  You’re dedicating your time to making the lives of others better.  In my book that’s something to be admired not judged.”
Warmth spread through me and I knew I should have accepted his words with grace but my walls came up and I was helpless to stop them.  “Yeah, well you’re in the minority, dude,” I grumbled before finishing off my drink.
His eyes narrowed on me and he opened his mouth to say something before thinking better of it and remaining silent.  He tossed the rest of his drink down and then said, “Right, so for all intents and purposes you run the salon as if it’s yours and most people you meet would assume it’s yours.  Yes?”
I nodded, relieved we’d reverted back to the matter at hand.  “Yes.”
“Have you sacked any staff recently?”
“No.  Bobby and Tahlia have been with me for years and I trust them completely.”
As he processed that, my gaze caught sight of the guy I’d slept with, and I grabbed Liam’s arm as I leant close to him.  “The guy’s here.”  I jerked my head in his direction as I said that.
He verified which guy I meant before ordering, “Stay here.”  The tone he’d taken was one I was sure most women would take heed of.  I wasn’t most women and when he turned and went after the guy, I followed.
The minute the guy saw Liam, he bolted.  Liam pursued him and I pursued Liam.  We ended up out on the street and the crowd worked against us.  We kept sight of him for awhile but then he just vanished and as Liam came to a halt, I ran into him when I couldn’t slow myself down fast enough.
He turned angry eyes on me.  “I thought I told you to stay in the club,” he barked, finally losing his control.
“You seriously don’t think I’m the kind of woman to do as I’m ordered, do you?”
His face tightened and he glared at me.  “I’d fucking hoped you would.”  He threw his arms up and turned and paced away before coming back at me.  “Jesus Christ, Roxie, whoever is doing this shit to your salon isn’t fucking around and you need to realise how serious it is.  If I tell you to do something, it’s for your own safety.  Do you understand that?”
Anger swirled around us and yet right there with it was desire, and I warred with my response to him.  I wanted him but I also wanted to tell him to fuck off.  Shit, what a complicated mess.  I’d never experienced such contradictory emotions about a man before.
While I did battle with my feelings, he repeated himself.  “Tell me you understand that.”
I stared at him, anger winning out over desire.  “No, you need to understand I’ve always looked out for myself and I’m not going to stop that now just because you have this need to take over.  I’ve let you push your way into this situation but I’ll be damned if I’m not going to participate in it too.”
Our eyes remained locked in a fierce struggle before he grunted, “Fuck.”  He broke eye contact to look away for a moment, and then he turned back to me with a resigned look on his face.  “You’re not going to make this easy for me, are you?”
“I don’t see what’s so hard for you here, Liam.  Surely me helping you investigate is a good thing.”
“I’m used to doing jobs on my own,  I get in, do the job and then get out.  Having someone tag along is not how I operate.”
“Well on this job you’re just going to have to learn how to work with someone.”
“I can see that,” he muttered.
“Good,” I muttered back.
He watched me for another moment and then said, “If that guy makes contact with you, I want to be the first to know about it.  There’s something not right there.”
“Because he ran?”
“Because he ran without even seeing you.  Fuck knows what he’s involved in.”
“Okay,” I agreed, seeing his point.
“Thank fuck for that,” he said, clearly happy I’d agreed.  “Now, let’s get you home so I can get back to your salon and stake it out for the night.”
“Wait, you’re going to stay there all night to see if someone turns up?”
“Well, I want to be there too.”
He scrubbed a hand over his face and muttered, “Of course you do.”
I grinned at him but didn’t say anything else.
He waved his hand to indicate for me to start walking.  “Lead the way, sweetheart.”
I did as he said and thought about the night ahead and why I’d just demanded to spend it with him.  Sure, I wanted to catch the fucker who kept breaking in but on the other hand, the thought of spending hours with Liam caused a delicious excitement in me.  And if I was honest with myself, it was the excitement I was more drawn to.  Shit, this man was getting to me.

Thursday, 23 October 2014

9000 Likes Giveaway

WOW!  I hit 9000 Likes on my Facebook page!


It's been almost a year since I began publishing the Storm MC series and what a year it's been.  You've helped make this one of the best years of my life and I've set up a giveaway to celebrate the 9k likes but also to show my appreciation for all your amazing support.

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I really can't thank you enough though!

While I've got your attention, let me tell you about some of the things I have planned for November!!

We celebrate my 1 year publishing anniversary on the 21st November which also happens to be the day Slay is released.  I can't wait!  And because I can't wait, we're (yeah, I'm dragging you along for the ride too!) going to start celebrating on the 1st November...

Keep your eye out for something on my Facebook page that day!

I'll be attending a lot of release parties and blog takeovers in November with lots to give away so also keep an eye out for when I announce those (I will be emailing this schedule out to my newsletter subscribers soon so join that list if you're not on you can get an extra entry into the 9K Likes giveaway if you join the list!)

Join the newsletter here.

Storm MC Trivia Night

Join in the fun and catch up on all your Storm knowledge just in time for the release of Slay!

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Slay Release Party

Do I have a line up of bikers for you!!!
I've got some amazing author friends bringing their bikers along to help me celebrate the release of Slay.

Nina xx

Monday, 1 September 2014

NEW RELEASE: Bad Boys of Romance: A Biker Anthology

A Biker Anthology

Kasey Millstead, Nina Levine, Abigail Lee,
Vicki Green, Shantel Tessier, Casey Peeler,
Morgan Jane Mitchell, Dee Avila & Rebecca Brooke

 Release Date: September 1, 2014


Fighting For Switch
(Switch & Jenn’s Novella)
By Kasey Millstead 

Everyone knows that Switch and I are a couple, but no one knows the circumstances surrounding when we first got together.

It's not because we don't want them to know.

Or, because we're ashamed.

We're not.

It's just that we'd rather concentrate on the present, rather than the past.

But, it's haunting me, and I need to get it off my chest.

So, here it is. Our story. The story of a woman and a man who fell in love when they had no right in doing so.

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Destined Havoc by Nina Levine 

A man who walked away from it all.
A woman who craves it all.
A destiny they never saw coming.

Havoc Caldwell lost everything two years ago and left town a bitter and hard man. Now he lives life as a nomad with no ties or commitments to anyone but himself and his club, Storm MC.

Carla Walker is searching for more out of life. She grew up with no father, and her family struggled to make ends meet. Now she wants it all - a man who will make her his number one priority, a successful career, and a family of her own.

A chance encounter leads to a one night stand, and neither expect it to go any further. Havoc has no desire for a relationship and Carla could never see herself settling down with a biker. Sometimes though, a destiny you could never imagine exists and as much as you fight it, there’s no way you can escape it.

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Shifting Lines by Abigail Lee 

Luke Green is content with the business he owns, the women that pass through it, and the nights he spends alone. When Riley Scott storms into his life, all lines he had drawn are shifted around, leaving him with a choice. Will he allow her to enter the place no one is allowed or will he send her on her way like the others before her?

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Steele by Vicki Green

Steele: Fighting to stay alone
The need to be loved

Alone. He wants no one, needs no one, but himself. In need of money, Steele Ryker finds a bar in a desolate area in the desert and secures a job as a bartender/bouncer. The biker bar fills him with the fights he craves and the women to fill his lonely nights until.... She walks in.

Kallie Pearson is out for one thing, a good time. She’s bored of all the normal guys, the normal hot spots and finds a bar that holds just wants she’s been longing for.... Danger.

What she doesn't know is just how much danger it holds.

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Dash by Shantel Tessier

Tabitha Knight has spent the last year of her life in a relationship that made her lose herself. Now that it's over all she wants is a night out and to have some fun. What she gets is much more.

Erik Dashling always finds himself in trouble. One day he finds himself behind bars where he gets offered an opportunity he can't turn down. But what happens when the woman he decides he wants has the power to take it away?

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Waiting on Walker by Casey Peeler

In the small town of Barber, country music, motorcycles, and reckless teenagers are the norm. Chauna Jackson and Walker Brantley are no exception. The summer nights keep them hot, but they keep each other hotter. That is, until Walker disappears from Chauna's life when she needs him the most.

After losing everything important in her life, Chauna replaces her love for Walker with hatred. Fifteen years later, Chauna has quit waiting on Walker. She is ready to focus on her life, career, and friends at Boondocks until the unthinkable happens. Walker rides back into town, and he quickly realizes Chauna wants nothing to do with him, but will he take no for an answer?

Will Walker be able to win over Chauna, or will the memories of their past be too much for their future to handle?

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Scar (Asphalt Gods MC #1)
by Morgan Jane Mitchell

“They say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, but that’s bullshit. What doesn't kill you leaves a scar. More than the eyesore down my torso, I was a scar, the jagged, fucked up remains of a tragedy.”

Scar’s Nomad status gives him a chance to fulfill his one wish, but his lonely mission is interrupted when a possible one-night stand goes horribly wrong.

“They say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, but what if I can’t live with myself anymore?”

Finding the blonde face down in a puddle of her own blood jeopardizes everything. Saving her and keeping her quiet could get Scar killed, but when Emery wakes up, her shocking proposal for him to kill her starts the ride of his life.

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Against All Odds by Dee Avila

Cole West leaves his life in California behind and heads east to race street bikes professionally. Cutting all ties from his former life, he forms a wall around his heart. As he races, he finds drinking and screwing his way through each city is the only option to move on. He is still in love with his high school sweetheart. Rylan Goff the girl his dad made him choose racing over. The girl his father made him leave behind.

Now she’s here, on the race track of the first race of the season, Daytona Beach Bike Week. As soon as Cole sees her, he knows it’s Rylan. At first, she has no clue who he is. Once the truth comes out and all past secrets are revealed can they reconnect?

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Ryder by Rebecca Brooke

All you want is to be invisible…

Ryder Harris has spent most of his adult life moving from one place to another. He learned a long time ago that people always let you down and the only person you can rely on is yourself. When Ryder’s bike breaks down outside a small town, he’s left with no choice but to hang around. Running from his past, hiding who he is usually easy. That’s what he does. At least until the tough talking Ryann walks into his life and some of the secrets he thought he’d never reveal push him into the one thing he never wanted.
To be seen.

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