Wilder by Nina Levine ~ Review & Teaser (@NinaLWriter)

THis is actually the nineth book in the Storm MC series, but I actually quite enjoyed it. It would be better if you read the whole series, but I thought it wasn't bad, regardless.
Wilder (Storm MC, #9)
Title: Wilder
Author: Nina Levine
Series: Storm MC #9
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: January 19th 2021

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A sexy slow burn, opposites attract MC romance with an alpha who is bossy in all the right ways, a heroine you’ll wish you had as a friend, and banter that will have you swooning all over the place.

Justin ‘Wilder’ Miller is a country boy biker with a smile and charm no woman can resist.
His word is his bond.
He steps up for those he loves and has the patience of a saint.
However, he could throttle Scarlett whenever she argues with him, which is all. the. time.

Scarlett McKenzie is wild and untameable.
Her walls are high, her appreciation for people is low.
She says it like it is and has zero patience for drama.
She wants to stab Wilder every. day. of. the. week.

Wilder and Scarlett are meant to be together.
Everyone knows that.
Everyone except them.

** Wilder is written as a standalone. You don't have to read the other books in this series to enjoy this one.

I haven't read many of Nina Levine's books (I honestly think I've only read one!) so when I came across Wilder, I just had to give it a go. I liked that it was set in Australia – my home country – and that it was a standalone read in a series. It was an easy world to get lost in and I enjoyed getting to know a lot of characters in this world.

I liked getting to know both Wilder and Scarlett, and understanding their background throughout the story. Wilder had a lot of respect for Scarlett as she was very good at her job, and she challenged him unlike anyone else outside of the club. Scarlett had demons though, and preferred to be in control at all times, so found it hard to let Wilder in.

I loved getting to know Wilder's family, and in particular, his brother Paul. Wilder was quite protective of him and it was sweet to see how quickly the friendship grew between Paul and Scarlett. I liked that Wilder was a very patient man, and gave Scarlett space when she needed it.

This was quite a good read and has left me intrigued about other stories in the series. There were a range of characters that we met that I would love to see more of. I liked that the club is not too hardcore, and seem to have good morals. There were some threads left open which seem to continue into the next book, so I’m curious to know more.
I really loved this moment, when Wilder caresses her with his words before devouring her!

I’m so affected by it that I want to look away, but Wilder reads me too damn well and says, “Don’t you dare look away when I’m taking your beauty in. I want you to watch me. I want you to see what you do to me.”
I don’t want any part of this.
Not of his touch, his words, his kiss.
But I’m twisting and turning and falling faster than I can stop myself.
And when he brings his mouth to mine and claims my lips in the most erotic dance they’ve ever known, I’m helpless but to admit I’m a liar.
I want all of those things.
And I want them from him.

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USA Today Bestselling Author Nina Levine is an Aussie author who writes alphas with a side of dirty and sassy women who don't hand their hearts over easily. When she isn't creating with words, she loves to create with paint and paper. Often though, she can be found curled up with a good book and some chocolate.

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