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Storm Force [Kindle Edition]

Susannah Sandlin
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)

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As leader of the elite counter-terrorism team Omega Force, former army ranger Jack “Kell” Kellison is always focused on getting the job done. So when a Houston high-rise is bombed and the governor killed or missing, Kell’s mission is clear: infiltrate the group suspected of the bombing and neutralize the threat by any means necessary. But once Kell meets beautiful chief suspect Mori Chastaine, he realizes there’s more to this case than meets the eye. And more to Mori than any man—any human man—could imagine.

Mori Chastaine is running out of options. Suspected for a crime she didn’t commit, forced into a marriage she doesn’t want, she sees no escape—until Kell walks through her door. A lifetime hiding her true nature warns her Kell might not be who he seems. But he could be the only one able to help save more innocent humans from becoming pawns in an ancient paranormal power play. If Mori reveals her secret, will Kell join her fight? Or will she become his next target?

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About the Author

Susannah Sandlin is a native of Winfield, Alabama, and has worked as a writer and editor in educational publishing in Alabama, Illinois, Texas, California, and Louisiana. She currently lives in Auburn, Alabama, with two rescue dogs named after professional wrestlers (it was a phase). She has a no-longer-secret passion for Cajun and French-Canadian music and reality TV, and is on the hunt for a long- haul ice road trucker who also saves nuisance gators. Susannah is also the author of the Penton Legacy paranormal romance series: Redemption, Absolution, and Omega.


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  • File Size: 545 KB
  • Print Length: 342 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (March 19, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BI0M8OM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,255 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Storm Force December 27, 2013
By Aurian
Format:Kindle Edition
Mori’s 25th birthday is coming up, and her time is running out. Her parents sold her in marriage when she was born, and that pact will have to be honored on her 25th birthday. Mori doesn’t want to marry the man as she can’t stand him, but she is the last female shifter of her species of childbearing age. If she does not want to doom them to extinction as their animal counterpart is, she will have to comply. All her attempts to reason with Michael Benedict have been for naught though, he will have her as his wife, and more importantly, the mother of his children, or he will destroy her and her parents.

The bombing in Houston is horrible, and Mori has lost one of her co-workers when the building fell on part of the highway. They were protesting the governor’s negotiations with foreign chemical concerns about starting a factory in the north of Texas. It is an important wild life preserve, but for the governor, the human needs are more important. The animals will just move on.

Just before Mori is taken in for questioning by the FBI and Homeland security, a gorgeous retired soldier wants to volunteer at their organisation. Reluctant at first, Mori agrees to have him help out, especially now they are being pointed at as the ones behind the bombing. People who have pledged donations are withdrawing their support en masse, and she needs to keep track of who owns them what.

The retired soldier is Kell, head of the Omega Force counter terrorism team, and he has been send to find out the truth. Is this group guilty of bombing the high rise, killing the governor of Texas and his foreign business men in the process, or are they framed. And if so, why. Kell needs to gain their trust and snoop around in the offices. And if necessary, he will get op close and personal with Mori.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Phenomenally Spectacular!!! May 27, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
I am going to start with this... Ms Susannah, how the hell do you come up with your bad guys!! I mean seriously! This one pretty much tops the scariest one you've written so far- and you know I stalk you and all your books!! Ok, back to the review. This one is quite the interesting story. I think my favorite part is the fact that there is a lonely human surrounded by all kinds of shifters. This is really competing for one of my favorites written by this author! I also think I have a new book boyfriend... which I will now have to explain to Jake and Will :) HA!

The two main characters are Kell and Mori. I'll go with Kell first. Jack Kellison is an elite Ranger veteran. He's been on tours to the "Sand Box" and lead teams on special missions. So, when he gets the chance to lead a "special" elite team, along with his best friends from his former team, and not be put on desk duty after a serious injury, he jumps at the chance. Except... he so did not bargain for everything that came with this mission, especially Mori!

Mori is a head of an environmental activist group. All of a sudden her life is turned upside down when someone implicates her as a terrorist and bomber and kidnapper. It's crazy the things this poor girl has to go through. She has the absolute WORST family in the world. I would love a chance of some alone time with them :) Plus, she's got some serious secrets, and even though Kell knows she isn't guilty of the bombing, he certainly knows she's guilty of something- he just has NO idea what. That was my favorite part. Kell is quite the over protective caveman, Mori is a slight martyr... It made for a whirl wind ride of fantastic.

My entire favorite part of the book was the side characters. Nik is going to be MINE!! Since I somehow can't have Jake or Will...
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Storm Force June 11, 2013
By Mel
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I really enjoyed this serial. I did buy it as a complete set so didn't have to wait in between chapters which I think would have frustrated me. I loved the twists and the way it all came together. I would have liked the story to be a little longer to delve further into the relationships that were just developing between the team which was the only reason I didn't give this 5 stars. Will definitely be reading more of Susannah Sandlin's work.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Mediocre April 5, 2014
Format:Paperback
Contains spoilers.

I'm being generous with the 3*... I'm tempted to put 2. This was a mediocre read for me. I just couldn't get on board with Mori and Kell's relationship, or their characters... Kell with his faux-macho-ness (I guess that's the result when a woman tries writing from a man's perspective and kind of fails?) and Mori's contrived significance to the whole plot. I didn't find either of them relatable, believable, even particularly likeable. It was readable I guess, up until the end when they had Benedict unconscious on the floor and then they just leave him there. WHY!? The last 20% of the story didn't even need to happen if one of them would have thought... Hmm, so we have the chance to put away or even kill the bad guy. Let's do that!

Nope. Apparently it made much more sense to leave him be so he could wake up and they could continue questioning how to get rid of him when he comes after them again and we repeat the whole showdown a second time. I literally just skimmed the last 10% and didn't miss anything.

The concept was interesting enough to carry me through most of it, but were there to be sequels I doubt I'd read them.
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Susannah Sandlin is a native of Winfield, Alabama, and has worked as a writer/editor in educational publishing in Alabama, Illinois, Texas, California, and Louisiana. She currently lives in Auburn, Alabama, with two rescue dogs named after professional wrestlers (it was a phase). She has a no-longer-secret passion for Cajun music, Canadian French pop music, and reality TV. She's single and is on the hunt for a longhaul Ice Road Trucker who also hunts gators.

* ABSOLUTION, book two in the Penton Legacy series, won the Holt Medallion for paranormal romance in 2013 and was a finalist for the 2013 Prism and Gayle Wilson awards.

* Penton book three, OMEGA, was nominated by RT Book Reviews Magazine for the 2014 Reviewer's Choice Award in paranormal romance.

* STORM FORCE is a finalist for the 2014 Prism Award for dark paranormal romance.

Susannah is a member of Romance Writers of America and the following chapters: Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal, Southern Magic, Georgia Romance Writers, and Kiss of Death. She also is a member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and Novelists Inc.

As Suzanne Johnson, she writes the Sentinels of New Orleans urban fantasy series.

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Discuss Episode Seven of "Storm Force"
I really enjoyed this book and I am looking forward to the next part. I was really sad that Adam died before you knew very much about him.I like receiveing new parts to this serial book but I read too fast and it seems like a long time to the next chapter.
Apr 30, 2013 by Kindle Customer |  See all 11 posts
Discuss Episode Six of "Storm Force"
Wow the best one yet...the characters are intriguing. Ilove theauthors imaginatio n and find these believable.
Apr 23, 2013 by elaine hutton |  See all 9 posts
Discuss Episode One of "Storm Force"
Susan, you'll automatically get each new episode as it's published. So Episode 2 will be auto-downloaded to your Kindle next Tuesday and a new one every week for nine weeks (there's no additional charge). Glad you enjoyed it! -- Susannah Sandlin
Mar 19, 2013 by Suzanne Johnson |  See all 17 posts
Discuss Episode Five of "Storm Force"
This is my first serial and I love the story, but the waiting is a drag. I am with Kathleen in that it takes about 15 minutes to read an addition. I think it would be better to wait until all the issues are published before attempting to read the whole thing.
Apr 16, 2013 by Acaciak |  See all 7 posts
Episode 7
So sorry for the delayed response, Donetta. If you're still missing Episode 7, perform a Sync, to check for new items awaiting download. If that doesn't help, do a quick device restart by following the steps here: ... Read More
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