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Melanie has a way with words and her writing conjures up visions like no other. Into the Storm was well written, a little too wordy in parts, but well written just the same. Rabbit and Joshua’s relationship came off believable and Joshua’s struggle with his reclusiveness was spot on. The secondary characters brought depth to the story, in the way they helped through the tribulations of rescuing Elizabeth from her lie of a life with Brian.
I give this wonderful debut 5 out of 5 stars!!!!
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Joshua hasn’t left his property for 5 years after an horrible incident. On a snowy day, he finds a woman who has crashed her car against a tree on his property. He carries her into his house and cares after her. When that woman wakes up, she doesn’t remember how she got there or what her name is. He continues to care for her, because they’re snowed in and there is no electricity to call somebody. Joshua names her ‘Rabbit’, because she reminds him of the scared, vulnerable rabbits he feeds in his garden. Rabbit feels more and more at home at Joshua’s place and Joshua makes her feel loved. They are both scared what will happen when electricity gets back on and when they find out who Rabbit really is. They can’t imagine not living together anymore after admitting their feelings to each other, but sooner rather than later the electricity gets back on and it will change their lives.
I adore both main characters! Joshua is an amazing man, I loved him from the beginning. He has been secluded for so long and doesn’t trust anyone, but he cares for Rabbit immediately. Also his dog, Bear, trusts her and doesn’t leave her side. Joshua is very sweet and caring. He opens up to Rabbit about his past and does things he never thought he would do ever again. When Rabbit’s past is revealed, it’s horrible. She becomes stronger because of Joshua and she needs him. She was so scared and emotional when Joshua found her, but after a while she feels safe, loved and cared for. She doesn’t want to leave him and Bear, but she has a past and it comes back eventually. She cares about Joshua a lot. She helps him with his leg and cooks for him all the time. At the end, they have been through so much and they help each other move on. Their love is very strong. They are perfect for each other for so many reasons. They deserve each other and the happily ever after they got together.
I had so many questions while reading this book. I wanted to know what Rabbit’s past is or what was going to happen when they knew her past. All those questions kept me reading. Things always happen at moments when I least expected it. There is so much I want to talk about, but that would spoil things and you really have to find out everything yourselves.
I also love the secondary characters. Joshua has great friends who support him and love Rabbit immediately. They also make new friends that will always have their backs and help whenever they can. Bear is an amazing dog and important for their story and healing.