Brette Arnold is a photographer/blogger for Vortex Storm Chasers. Chasing storms seemed, somehow, less dangerous than allowing a relationship to develop with Ty Remington. Ty can’t seem to give up on the woman he fell in love with even though she ran away from him over a year ago. Her storm chasing brings her back into his life when a tornado strikes their community. Chet King, PEAK Rescue leader, along with a group of students are among the missing. Ty won’t let anything stand in his way when it comes to finding those folks or winning, once again, the heart of the woman he has never stopped loving.
“Storm Front” will leave you totally breathless. From beginning to end you are sucked into its’ vortex and held tight right to the end. And the end leaves you longing desperately for the next book, “Wait for Me”. You’ll find emotional highs and lows, tragedy and triumph but through it all the message of hope and second chances rings loud and clear. Although this story centers around Ty and Brette, Ben and Kacey also share the spotlight. You’ll catch up with all the PEAK team and the end brings Pete and Jess to the forefront. I have grown to love all the characters in this series. They feel like you could go and meet them and fit right in. This author reminds the reader that God is always with us through the good and the bad and sometimes He takes care of you in ways you don’t even realize. Such a wonderful and encouraging message. This is book 5 in the Montana Rescue series and I highly recommend you read them order for the richest reading experience. Susan May Warren just keeps getting better and better. I highly recommend this book as well as the whole series. Wild Montana Skies, Rescue Me, A Matter of Trust, Troubled Waters, Storm Front and Wait for Me (due out in November 2018).
*This complimentary copy was provided by Revell through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*
Some favorite quotes:
He refused to let her pain shake him. “Your body isn’t what makes you a woman, Brette. It’s your essence, who God made you to be.”
“…don’t let your circumstances tell you who God is. Let who God is tell you how to deal with your circumstances.”
“I’m saying that storms happen—cancer happens. Accidents happen. We can either run for them, hide from them, or . . . go through them. God is with us in all of those situations. But yeah, some of his best people are pressed out, shaken, fermented . . . aged through circumstances or time.”
For more information about this book or other books by this author I encourage you to visit her website at http://www.susanmaywarren.com