By: Nina Levine
Series: Storm #3
My Copy: Ebook for Honest Review
He doesn’t do relationships. Neither does she. But they can’t fight the attraction any longer…
Nash Walker hides the demons that consume his soul. He buries them deep and distracts himself with sex. Anything to avoid facing a past full of heartbreak and regret; anything to numb the pain that he struggles with daily.
Velvet Carr has spent years fighting her demons. It’s a fight she’s winning. That is, until Nash crashes his way into her life and into her heart.
It started out as a bit of harmless fun between friends; it wasn’t meant to get complicated for either of them. But when two broken souls come together and arouse unwanted feelings in each other, complicated is what happens.
Can Nash and Velvet help heal each other and revive the love in their lives that they’ve both been refusing to allow in for years? Or will they let their demons ruin any chance they may have at happiness?
First just let me point out that I read the acknowledgments for this story. Nina Levine expresses how she is reluctant with this story for fear that Nash would not be everything that readers anticipated. Nash proves to be all that and more. I think that Nash's character has been a big enigma from the start. While he expressed interest in Madison there was always something just outside of the story realm that seemed to be missing. Revive uncovers all of the shadows left in Nash's personality, and I was ecstatic with his choice of romance. Velvet is resilient woman that will overcome all of the hardships of Nash's love. She proves resistant to Nash's flippant detached existence, and I don't think anyone else that we have come across in this story would have been capable to provide such a story. Nash is desperate for someone to thaw his frozen heart, and this is that story. Nash was no easy egg to crack, but I was so happy with this display. Yet again the presence of Blade in this story has me desperate for his story, and I am elated to share the news I just discovered that book 4 will be that story. This series just keeps getting better and better. Although, I am honestly hoping that the next book will rock this already great series taking the Storm series to a whole new level.