Slay by Nina Levine


By Nina Levine

  • Release Date: 2014-11-21
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 5
From 11 Ratings
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Book #5 in the Bestselling Storm MC series.


The ghosts of Donovan "Blade" Brookes' life are closing in on him. 

Hardened by an abusive childhood and haunted by the murder of his fiancĂ©, Blade struggles against the dark forces threatening to consume him.  When he helps Layla Reed in her hour of need, he has no idea she will be the light to his darkness.  As they spend more time together, he is powerless to fight his desire for her. 

Powerless to fight his need for her. 

However, as his feelings deepen, he pushes her away, reluctant to drag her into his world.  With enemies coming at him from all directions, Storm MC needing his help to fight off a rival, and his father still causing him grief, Blade needs the love of a good woman now more than ever.  Can Layla push Blade to the edge and get him to admit to both of them what he wants?  Or will the darkness pull him under once and for all?


  • Amazing!

    By Reading Shy With Aly
    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm going to warn you that while the Storm MC boys are usually dark, Blade is much darker than any of the other boys. And that's not saying it's a bad thing. I'm just giving you a little heads up. I almost found myself rooting for Blade more than I ever have for any of the Storm boys because of the fact that his life hadn't been the best and after everything he deserved a happy ending. Then there was Layla. She may not have had as dark a past as Blade but it was still nice that they could share that pain with one another and just let it go. Layla really helped Blade without letting him walk all over her. In fact some of my favorite moments were when Layla was showing Blade she wasn't going to let him walk all over her. It lightened the darkness of Slay a bit. Plus we got to see more of the Storm boys and not everything is going perfectly. It saddened me but at the same time that just makes it even more realistic because there isn't necessarily always a happy ending or a perfect happy ever after in real life. Life is difficult and I think Slay really highlighted this in numerous ways. And there was a bit of a shocker I didn't quite expect at this point in time. It shook me up a bit with my confidence of what is to come in the series and that was interesting. It just makes me even more excited to find out more in later books! So if you haven't read Nina Levine at all, what are you waiting for? And if you have, you should definitely buy Slay! Find many more reviews at Reading Shy With Aly(