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Thunder Rolls: Episode 8 (Rising Storm) Kindle Edition
Welcome to Storm, Texas, where passion runs hot, desire runs deep, and secrets have the power to destroy… Get ready. The storm is coming.
In the season finale …
As Hannah Grossman grapples with the very real possibility that she is dating one Johnson brother while secretly in love with another, the entire town prepares for Founders Day. The building tempest threatens not just Hannah’s relationship with Tucker and Tate, but everyone in Storm as dire revelations threaten to tear the town apart.
… Season 2 coming in 2016.
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- ASIN : B014XJKGEI
- Publisher : Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (12 November 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 363 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 93 pages
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My one complaint about the book, and this is mainly because I want more of the story, is that it could have been split into two books. The first half was about the love triangle between Tate/Hannah/Tucker. It was quite well-written, with enough twists that I was taken off guard by some of what happened. The second half was about the Founder's Day Celebration and Dakota's blowing the town apart because she's a spoiled brat who got her heart broken. Yeah, my opinion on Dakota hasn't changed one iota, even though she seemed to have some remorse towards the end of the book.
I thought the second half of the book could have been split off into its own book. That may just be me, though, because one of the things I like about huge secrets coming to light is the fallout that occurs. We didn't get nearly enough of the fallout. I wanted to see more about the WHOLE Rush family's reaction to Sebastian's philandering. I wanted to see more about the Salts feelings about Ginny's lie. I wanted to see the rest of the Morenos rally around Ginny, even though I'm fairly certain none of them are thrilled with her decision to lie about the baby. (Well, a perceived lie. I'm not entirely convinced that the baby isn't Jacob's. There will have to be a DNA test. And if I know my soap operas, there will be some tampering with that test to make the question linger that much longer.) And I wanted to see the rest of the Alvarezs react to Dakota blowing the town apart. Not to mention the other families peripheral to these families. This easily could have been spun off into its own book, and the love triangle from the beginning could have filled its own book.
Regardless, it was very well-written, and I am eagerly anticipating Season 2, as well as the mid-season books that are going to be coming out soon.
One other thing that I really enjoyed is the introduction of the Abernathys. Specifically Gavin. I get the feeling that he might be gay, which makes me very excited. That's been the one thing missing from these books. There hasn't really been any LGBT presence, aside from the Payton/Francine flirtation, which, while nice, had such a slow burn compared to the other romances in the book. Perhaps the book in Season 2 that Christopher Rice is writing will focus on Gavin, and possibly Jeffry (my gaydar prickles with him, too)? And include Francine/Payton as well?
In either case, there should be plenty of story to go around for the next season, and I can't wait.
For this episode. Everything is hitting the fan and lives are going to be ruined in its wake.
What happens when secrets and lies are exposed the aftermath is bloody but what I can't wait for is more of this series.
Dee Davis most definitely takes us on one hell of
A journey through Storm and what you can't help is the fact that you don't want it to end.
Eight different authors have written each episode but the flow of this series was incredible one you surely will not want to miss