Storm (A Dark & Dirty Sinners’ MC book 8)
You hate me.
I deserve it.
The day I betrayed the love of my life was the day I lived up to every messed-up thing my haters say about me.
But I’m tired of feeling like a POS.
I’m tired of being broken.
I’m tired of life not being worth living.
It’s time now to make amends, and to earn my woman’s love back.
To be the father my kid deserves,
the Old Man I should always have been.
Join me for the ride as I become worthy of my family.
Maybe, just maybe, I’ll surprise you.
This is a standalone and can be read out of order.
This book deals with infidelity. If this is a trigger for you, but you love A Dark & Dirty Sinners’ MC series, please be assured, that this is the ONLY book that can be skipped in the reading order.
Lost for words ..
This is the story I’ve been waiting for from the very beginning. Cheating is one of my biggest triggers, and normally I refuse to read books with that in it. But there was just something about Storm and Keira that made me want their story anyway. Maybe because they seemed so broken, and despite everything they clearly belonged toghether. In the previous books we got small glimpses and hints that the cheating while they were toghether wasn’t what it seemed, and honestly – no one can blame him, or her, for what they did after they seperated. I think this is the best redemption story I’ve ever read. I had so high hopes for Storm, and it delivered on every level.
I loved how Storm was so steady, calm and honest. He did the work, and just wanted the best for everyone. He stepped up and took responsibility. Keira had some growing up to do, and some hard facts to face about herself and their life together. I loved how we got both their perspectives on both the past and present, and how they both grew strong as seperate people and then together. And I think that the people they were had no chance of lasting, but the people they became apart do. Cheating is still not ok, but the circumstances do matter. And I think that this book resolved all my issues surrounding that part of their past in a great way.
There is no Storm without his Keira
This was such an emotional read for me. It was ugly in places, but in total, so so beautiful. Of course the secondary characters brought more life and intrigue to the main story. But that epilogue! It made me happy and sad at the same time, and I’m not ashamed to say that it made me ugly-cry.Thank you Serena, for writing one of the best redemption stories ever. You made these characters so very real, and I swear I felt every emotion. I got so invested that it was hard to close the book and say goodbye.