Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Crosswinds: Episode 3 (Rising Storm) by Elisabeth Naughton

Crosswinds
by Elisabeth Naughton

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Rising Storm - Book 3
Publication Date: October 8, 2015
Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Print Length: 85 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
 
Secrets, Sex and Scandals …

Welcome to Storm, Texas, where passion runs hot, desire runs deep, and secrets have the power to destroy… Get ready. The storm is coming.

Lacey Salt's world shattered with the death of her brother, and now the usually sweet-tempered girl is determined to take back some control—even if that means sabotaging her best friend, Mallory, and Mallory's new boyfriend, Luis.  

 
 Crosswinds: Episode 3 (Rising Storm) by Elisabeth Naughton

Crosswinds (Rising Storm #3)In soap operas, the drama runs high, the happy moments often get mired in the dark moments and the manipulators come out in droves. Crosswinds by Elisabeth Naughton takes us into the drama and angst of Storm’s teens, a perfect mirror of the adults who raised them. The current reigning teen queen of evil is Lacey, the girl you love to hate, even though you know this is make believe. Does she really have eyes on Mallory’s boyfriend? Is she willing to slash the bonds of friendship for a fling or is there more to her machinations? Meanwhile one son finally sees his father for the monster he is and reacts with all of the rage of youth.

In full control of the series baton that was handed off to her, Elizabeth Naughton takes to writing the head-spinning angst, action and drama like a reporter to scandal! Her characters have come to life, she has presented each with their role and cut them lose to raise as much drama and havoc as possible!

Never read a tale full of pain, angst and deceit that encompasses the chaos of an entire town? This entire series is like living in your worst nightmare, covered in barbed wire. Like they say, “Location, location, location,” welcome back to Storm.

I received this ARC edition as part of the Rising Storm Review Tour.



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