Friday, March 24, 2017

R.J. Prescott's The Storm ⊰Review⊱

The Storm
by R.J. Prescott

From USA Today best selling author, R.J. Prescott...

Marie Kelly is a survivor who doesn’t know when to quit. Against all odds, she’s living a life she never dreamed she could have. It was enough…until a stubborn fighter makes her want more. 

Irish charmer Kieran Doherty has been a fighter at Driscoll’s Gym for most of his life. He’s been content to let his best friend take the spotlight, now it’s his turn to make a name for himself in the world of heavy weight champions. Falling in love is the one thing he vowed never to do, but meeting Marie changed everything.

It’s easy to imagine a happy ever after when the sun is shining. But when the storm comes, and all hope seems lost, they both learn that if you want something badly enough, you have to be willing to fight for it. 

The Storm is a stand alone companion novel to The Hurricane and The Storm. Heavy language and sexual content means that this book is intended for persons aged 18+. 

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This series has been a huge favorite of mine. I will automatically buy the paperbacks of this series because I love them that much. The Storm is just as well written and the characters are just as developed as the previous books. The plot is one that can keep a reader on the edge. Though this is book 3 in the Hurricane or connected to the Hurricane series it stands on its own. Keiran has been an intrigueing character, one who caught my interest early! Marie was an interesting woman. Their dual relationship issues make for interesting problems plus the extra problems and the plot keeps a reader focused on the book. I loved the details and the descriptions of this world that R.J. Prescott has created. The thing that I didn't like and I  know it is a personal opinion and not everyone will agree is that this book unlike the other two was sacchrine sweet, at least to me. It did have its moments of bad a$$ness and a couple of moments of suspense but all in all it was really uber sweet to me. I like a little bit but not so much it makes my teeth ache. With that said I still enjoyed the book and I look forward to even more in this series. I would definitely recommend this book and the others. The writing and characters are amazing.

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Meet the Author
R.J. Prescott was born in Cardiff, South Wales and studied law at the University of Bristol, England. Four weeks before graduation she fell in love with a crazy firefighter and stayed in Bristol. Ten years later she convinced her husband to move back to Cardiff, where they now live with their two sons. Juggling work, writing and family doesn't leave leave a lot of time, but curling up on the sofa with a cup of tea and a bar of chocolate for family movie night is definitely the best part of her week. Her debut book "The Hurricane" is a USA Today Bestselling duet novel concluded in "The Aftermath".

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