Finding Storm by Samantha Towle
Standalone in a series.
Samantha Towle’s The Storm Series has been a consistent favorite since it came out, so of course I was thrilled when Finding Storm was released and swiped it right up. I’m so happy to say that I wasn’t disappointed at all!
Storm is living in the shadow of his late father, Jonny Creed, despite becoming a star in his own right. He is the typical rock star, but starting to get burned out on the sex, drugs and rock and roll. When he gets some news that changes everything he thought he knew, he takes off in his car and drives for hours. When he has some car trouble, he is towed by a beautiful and feisty Stevie, who runs the local B & B and helps her brother out at the local service station when she can.
Stevie loves 80s music and rarely, if ever, ventures out of the genre. So she has no clue who Storm is, and he loves the anonymity.
“I could say I’m not falling for her. But it’d be a lie. Because I am. It’s fast. Fucking lightning fast. I also don’t care.”
I was reading on edge the whole time wondering what would happen when she finds out who he really was! You’ll have to read it to see.
“You want me to be quiet, rock star? Then, you’d better keep my mouth full.”
- Witty banter, my favorite.
- I absolutely LOVED Stevie and her family.
- Their opposite tastes in music.
- I feel like this could easily stand alone.
- Visiting with the band.
- I read the whole thing with a smile on my face.
- He was a bit of a douche at first.
- So light in angst and moved so fast that it felt like a novella.
- Felt like there was a lot of over-descriptive filler.
The Down & Dirty:
Rating: 4 Stars, 4 Heat
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