Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Dance in the Wind by Jennifer Probst (Rising Storm,#4)

Dance In The Wind
by Jennifer Probst

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Rising Storm - Book 4
Publication Date: October 15, 2015
Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated
Genre: Romantic Drama
Print Length: 93 pages

 
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.

During his time in Afghanistan, Logan Murphy has endured the unthinkable, but reentering civilian life in Storm is harder than he imagined. But when he is reacquainted with Ginny Moreno, a woman who has survived terrors of her own, he feels the first stirrings of hope.

 
Dance in the Wind by Jennifer Probst (Rising Storm,#4)

Dance In The Wind (Rising Storm #4)Jennifer Probst is taking it down a notch with her addition to the Rising Storm series, Dance in the Wind. We are definitely back in Storm, but there seems to be some real love blooming between a couple of characters as they take the spotlight and dance around their feelings. Theirs is not the only focus as we take another voyeur’s eye view into the private lives of this well-named town. This episode is not so much who is doing who, but who are these people, as characters become more developed. I’m not saying that town slimy politician isn’t still making nice with a confused young woman, but at least his mother’s machinations have kept him busy!

One character that is growing in leaps and bounds is Joanne, as she is slowly coming out of her shell with the disappearance of her abusive husband. Too bad their older daughter feels so abandoned her mistakes are just piling up.

I feel that Jennifer Probst has added a huge contribution to the tension, the drama and the never-ending saga of the families in Storm by coloring them in, leaping from one focus to another and shedding some fascinating light on the lies, deceit and scandals in Storm! I just love getting my soap opera fix without any commercial interruptions!

I received this ARC edition in exchange from IndieSage & Jennifer Probst in exchange for my honest review.



 

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