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- Print Length: 260 pages
- Publication Date: September 17, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07B4J2BGQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,675 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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|Part of: Sign of Love (11 Books)|
|Age Level: 18 - 18|
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Dane and Audra fall in love as teenagers. They get married shortly after, and after a tragedy their marriage is destroyed. Audra devotes herself to her business and soon enough a complication makes her have to reach out to Dane.
After 7 years of no communication between them, they find themselves in an awkward situation. There is no running from one another. They find themselves having to deal with the past that they once ran away from. Even after all those years, it was evident that there was still so many feelings between them. After their unforeseen circumstance, they have no other choice than to revisit all the things that once ruined their relationship.
I got to admit that second chance romances are my favorite and Mia never ceases to amaze me with her words. Every book she writes gives me heartbreak, but I know that it will be well worth it!
Amuck. Amuck. Amuck. Amuck. My emotions pulled a total Sarah Sanderson while I was reading this book. My heart was torn in a different direction with each page turn. From anger to joy, fear to hope, despondence to devotion, Ms. Sheridan dragged me – right alongside her characters – through almost every extreme a person can experience. She has an uncanny knack for making her readers feel as if each feeling the characters experience are their own.
I have a fondness for second-chance romances, especially when the reason for the initial break-up between the characters is as horrific as the one Dane and Audra experienced. I also love books where, for the most part, the hero and heroine are the only human characters in the book. The isolation heightens everything and makes each moment feel more intense and poignant. Dane’s Storm delivered so much on both fronts; I was completely swept up in the heartbreak of their past and the intense and consuming situation that forced them to confront the things they had refused to deal with.
Dane’s Storm was a unique storyline, as far as what I have read in romance. The survival aspect of their reconnection made everything feel more necessary as if had their reconciliation was a matter of life and death. I was enamored by how Ms. Sheridan used that acute dynamic to acknowledge all the things they’d try to suppress and deny existed. It was beautiful and touching to watch them reconnect without the interference of the outside world.
This was beautiful. Pure and simple. My heart ached for this couple. This was just something special. Something magical. Something soul searing. It was my favorite book this year. And probably one of my all time favorites. It goes into a category all its own. It fit into no paradigm, no template. It was just beautiful romance at its most filling.
I would recommend this to anyone. Not just romance readers. But those that just enjoy the simple pleasures of reading.
Thank you for gifting us with this, Ms. Sheridan.
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We had a lovely Sunday dinner today. Daddy’s Special Chicken (I made it the first time but I always let him take the glory) and proper Yorkshire puddings because I’m proper original Yorkshire. Our 82 year old next door neighbour came to dinner with us. He’s a cantankerous old goat but we love him. But I wanted to read. Hurry up Stanley eat up and go home!
Mia Sheridan kills me. I read a lot and I love lots of books but she is one who can build me up and then make me crash and burn in spectacular fashion.
She makes me feel hurts that will never heal, and I don’t want them to heal because healing means forgetting and I will never forget.
I haven’t said anything in this review about this book, it made me cry and laugh and cry and cry and laugh and I adored it. It’s like Mia knows my soul and how to make my heart and my soul sing.
I don’t give spoilers all I will say is Buy this book
1 click now you will not be disappointed. In fact if you haven’t read any of her books get them every journey is individual and a journey worth taking
She grips me from chapter one and never disappoints.
I can't wait to read more from this fantastic author
A little far fetched, if I ended up in their situation don't think I'd be as resourceful, but hey it's a story and I enjoyed it.
That being said it was very angsty and my heart ached for this couple. Audra was nervous and introverted and she just felt small... very different to other heroines we’ve read. Dane felt distant and lost but was so much in control of his emotions. While what they endured was incredible, the depth of their love, despite their differences and life’s tragedies was one of a kind.
‘Dane’s Storm’ was just something special. It was a wonderful romance that was both heartbreaking and beautiful. They both made mistakes after such a tragic loss but their re-uniting was so unexpected and how they both learnt to rely on each other was very unique.
I love Mia Sheridan’s Sign of Love Series and have read them all, this is up there with them. By the end I was balling my eyes out. I know I will read it again. It really is everything you want in a love story. Five stars.
Mia writes in past and present throughout, building the story as we read. This is a technique that works well for me, but I found that while I sympathised and felt concern for the two main characters, Dane and Audra, I didn't love them, as I usually do in Mia's stories. I think ultimately, it lacked the passion and authenticity I have come to expect from Mia.
I also loved the story of the Chief and the flower and the tree. I may steal it one day for a wedding speech..😉
It was all in this book what I love in romance...feelings, sadness, yearning, faith, regrets, strength and a neverending love. Just beautiful.