Thursday, October 1, 2015

White Lightning By Lexi Blake Episode 2 (Rising Storm) Release Day Review

White Lightning
by Lexi Blake

My rating: 4.5 stars

Series: Rising Storm - Book 2
Publication Date: October 1, 2015
Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated
Genre: Romance | Drama | Anthologies
Print Length: 89 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.

As the citizens of Storm, Texas, sway in the wake of the death of one of their own, Daddy's girl Dakota Alvarez also reels from an unexpected family crisis ... and finds consolation in a most unexpected place. 


 White Lightning By Lexi Blake Episode 2 (Rising Storm)

White Lightning (Rising Storm #2)…And action. Episode 2 of Rising Storm, White Lightning, this time written by the talented Lexi Blake dredges up more of the undercoating of slime in the affluent community filled with dirty little secrets and well-veiled lies. Once again, we move from sequence to sequence just as the drama builds, the tension mounts and we feel like we are going over a summit of revelations, instead of a commercial, we enter another viper’s nest of drama. This time, front and center is Senator Rush, who only gets to feel like a man when preying on a weak personality, one in pain and in need of what they mistake for love. Young and wild Dakota is ripe for his advances. What will happen when HIS manipulating mother finds out? What will happen when the sheriff sees them together?

Jacob is mourned, his mother is diving deeper into a convoluted world of keeping her son alive through Ginny’s baby, while Ginny still holds her secrets close to the vest. Meanwhile, life goes on, tongues wag and everybody has their own version of who’s doing who and who wants to do someone else.

Lexi Blake took the hand-off from Julie Kenner and ran like a pro, using her own style for this leg of the race. I would say she’s run a fast pace, bringing in another winner! It takes a special talent to pick up where some else left off and not lose the flow of a story and she did a marvelous job! We all like a little drama, especially when we can sit in judgment because we are not the object of the tisking and raised eyebrows.

I received an ARC edition in exchange for my honest review. Review to follow October 1. 4.5 Stars


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