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WOW WOW WOW! This is a great story! The character development is fantastic, with an amazing cast of secondaries. An exciting, action packed, and well written storyline flows effortlessly. Simmering chemistry leads to explosive sexy scene goodness, and well placed humor had me laughing hard. Michelle Grey does a brilliant job writing twists & turns that remain suspenseful until the killer is revealed, and as many times that I thought I had guessed the killer, I was way off base. The emotional pain of the characters seeped through my kindle, and I physically felt their pain, while the dual POV made it more powerful. I cannot wait to read more by this author, so I HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND TO ALL!
Spine chilling suspense grabs hold of the reader almost from very first page as Detective Jack Mathis receives a phone call about his case and the excitement and intrigue continuously builds throughout the story as unexpected twists and a madman forces Tori and Jack to play his game and let’s not forget that Tori has an adrenaline junkie’s dream job, chasing dangerous storms. The scenes are well written and full of vivid details that capture the imagination and makes it easy for readers to become caught up in the story while the intriguing events ensure that there’s never a dull moment.
Tori and Jack are strong, compelling characters that are easily related to and draw the readers in, both have some emotional issues that affect their everyday life but most especially their personal lives and getting past Tori’s walls proves to be quite the challenge for Jack which adds spice and a bit of drama to the story and keeps this relationship on a very rocky road with heated clashes along the way. There’s also a couple of strong, supporting characters and a bit of a personal situation that intrudes on Tori and Jack’s relationship which adds more depth to the story in this steady to fast paced and smooth flowing plot full of suspense, excitement and romance.
I like romantic suspense stories but this story especially caught my interest because of the tornado chasing…it’s the first book I’ve read that features a “Twister” career and I’m really glad that I decided on it because I found that Jack and Tori’s characters caught my interest as much as the suspense and excitement. Oh and FYI, this can be read as a standalone story, and now I am off to find the previous books in this series.
4 ½ STARS
FBI Detective Jack Mathis has been chasing a serial killer. For some reason he's been one step behind him for awhile now. The stalker has been going after and killing female meteorologists. Jack gets word the killer has tried to make contact with Tori Whitlock. Tori is the host of the hit local TV show Vortex. Jack heads to Oklahoma to insert himself into Tori's everyday life until he gets the killer before he can kill Tori or anybody else.
Tori is not happy on her good days. Let alone on bad days. For the most part Tori is a loner. And, she likes it like that. She has very few select people into her life.The few that are there are because she lets them. When Tori's told that Det. Jack will be in her life 24/7 until the killer is caught she is beyond livid. The attraction between Tori and Jack is there and strong. But, Tori doesn't plan on making thing easy for Jack. Tori has a job to do. Chase storms for the upcoming season. She doesn't plan on letting Jack or a stalker/killer stop her.
This book was insane. It was non-stop action. Both Jack and Tori were running from their past. They were definitely handling it differently. Jack dove into work. Tori dove into chasing storms among other things. Trust me I say you need to read this. I can't tell you how many times I'd be laughing and then like "OMG!" the next. Michelle did an excellent job at keeping me guessing who the killer was. I was wrong three times. Yes, I said that THREE times! Even the secondary characters were great. There's 2 I hope get their own book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Whether we call it a romantic suspense or a mystery/romance, the chase is on in Convergence. The plot and characters satisfy detective story lovers and also please readers of... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Joyce Brown
This book kept my interest and I would look forward to getting back to it each night. It kept me thinking about the characters during the day at times. It kept you guessing !Published 2 months ago by Texas Trish
A Hot FBI Agent + a feisty storm chaser + a serial killer = 1 Hot Suspenseful ride of a book you will not be able to put down! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Crystal
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The characters were well developed and complex. Read more
*This Book Was Given To Me In Exchange For An Honest Review*
This is the third book in Michelle Grey's Long Shot series but totally works as a stand alone title with no... Read more
This book has a lot of suspense and excitement in it! I loved reading it. It seemed to drag sometimes, but it was a great story!Published 3 months ago by shellby
I couldn't put it down. I loved the chemistry between the characters and the suspense. Already looking for the next book in the series!! Surely Cam is next to be the lead right?Published 3 months ago by Beth Wooldridge