Every loner needs a family—and a heart to call home—as a strong, silent type shows the right woman that he can speak the language of love.
“The sexy, alluring bad boys of the True Brothers MC will make your mouth water.”—New York Times bestselling author Heidi McLaughlin
With her lowlife father in prison for manslaughter, Nicole Walker keeps her distance from the biker scene—until she meets the stud running security at her best friend’s wedding. “Tank” is big, mean, and trouble from every direction. Yet Nicole can’t take her eyes off his chiseled body, or deny the pure electricity she feels when he returns her gaze. Guys like Tank are supposed to be a one-way ride to heartbreak. So why, after a scorching night in his bed, does Nicole only want more?
From his tour in the Marines to his sister’s disastrous marriage, Tank has seen the worst that life has to offer. Ever since his father’s death, Tank’s been fiercely protective of his family—and the True Brothers have always had his back. But nothing could prepare him for a woman like Nicole, who’s determined to break down the walls around his heart. When violence strikes, placing Nicole in harm’s way, Tank digs deep to find the courage to keep her safe—and the strength to love without limits.
Look for all of Gillian Archer’s smoldering True Brothers MC romances:
RUTHLESS | REBELLIOUS | RESILIENT | ROUGH RIDE
And don’t miss RELUCTANTLY ROYAL, “an entertaining, sexy, opposites-attract romance” (Harlequin Junkie).
Praise for Resilient
“[A] roller coaster ride . . . Aggression and romance work in parallel in the seductive third True Brothers Motorcycle Club novel. . . . [Gillian] Archer keeps the pulsing energy flowing through a tautly plotted and at times violent tale. Her characters are complex people who could easily appear in anyone’s life.”—Publishers Weekly
“Do you love motorcycle club romances with sexy alpha males and strong, feisty women? This book is for you! Resilient is all of that.”—Kelly’s Book Blog
“I have become a huge fan of MC books since I started reading them a little over a year ago. . . . Something about bad boys who have a heart of gold gets to me, and the men in the True Brothers MC series are definitely that.”—Life of a Crazy Mom
“For a romance novel about bikers, Resilient had a lot more twists and turns than I expected. It wasn’t just love and sex, this book actually had an awesome plot that kept me hook.”—Freeing Fantasy
Includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
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Loved Tank and Nicole!
This is the third book in this series and it was really good! I have read all three and this was my favorite! Loved Tank and Nicole!
This book has all the elements of a good MC read. Alpha males, smart, sassy women that love them, great secondary characters, believable story, mystery and suspense, funny moments, sweet and tender moments, hot and sexy times!
Tank and Nicole have a rough start because of Nicole’s disdain of bikers. They both have their secrets, but Nicole is harboring a big one that needs to be out there. They can’t deny the chemistry that sizzles between them and they agree to one and done. They both don’t want commitment, but what they feel can’t be denied. I loved how they went from one and done to two and shoo. After that it was beyond their control to not continue to pursue their feelings for each other. There is a lot that goes on and the past rears its ugly head and there are horrible circumstances that arise from it. It broke my heart. The MC family rallies around their own and bring Nicole into the fold.
I don’t want to give you any more information as you need to read it for yourself so you can fully enjoy! If you love MC alpha’s and strong women that love them, then this is the book for you.
A great read!! I like all the books.
MC books aren't my usual fare but this one attracted my attention and I'm glad it did. Book 3 in the True Brothers MC.
Nicole hasn't got thing one good to say about bikers despite the fact her best friends are either married to them or are going to be. Nicole is a piece of work, I liked her snark especially with the men. There's a reason for Nicole's often times brash behavior, which comes to light later in the book.
Getting ready for Jessica's wedding, she and Nicole are being driven by the over the top Tank as he's known. He's been a Marine, has a sister who has a crap marriage and a divorce that put him through hell. We don't get the details here, but you can surmise. He sees his driver duty that day as punishment, having to put up with the two women, Nicole who isn't exactly pleasant to him and Jess has turned into Bridezilla.
Nicole is no slouch, she's got a masters degree and works designing new computer gaming for the casinos. Her mother lives in town, they moved to Reno after her father went to jail. Nicole has some terrifying memories of her young life.
She and Tank get friendly the night of the rehearsal dinner and Nicole insists it's a one and done deal.
She just can't resist Tank. Tank is down for that, he's not interested in anything that resembles a relationship. So one and done become's two and shoo and on they go. Carefully but it's obvious they care about each other.
Meanwhile someone has torched the MC's cycle shop the night of the wedding. This on the heels of several other incidents and they're leaning toward blaming a rival group of not so nice bikers. They even look at their new recruits. As things evolve on several fronts the story comes to a major pivot point that just made my jaw drop. It ties up most of the questions in this story.
I loved Tank and Nicole together. Stella his dog was a keeper.
I'll go back and read the first two books, I liked this well enough to do that. Great book. Worth the read.
**arc from NetGalley and publisher in exchange for a fair review**