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Blue Skies, Season 2, Episode 8 (Rising Storm) Kindle Edition
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BLUE SKIES focuses on recovery and acceptance for a town battered by political power, secrets and lies, betrayal and abuse.
Celeste Salt comes to terms with one aspect of her life but her grief over the death of her son is lightened with heartwarming news. While her sister Payton Rush has had enough of her husband and his controlling mother, and walks away leaving the senator on his own.
Joanne Alvarez must meet the devil one final time but not before her children see true evil with its’ familiar face. Dakota Alvarez comes to terms with her father’s abusive history when she encounters first hand the pain and suffering her mother has endured for years.
Ginny Moreno is threatened by Senator Rush but stands her ground. Going into early labor finds Ginny has more support from the people of Storm than she has had in the past few months. Logan comes to realize that he loves Ginny and she is the woman who calls to his heart.
Tate and Tucker Johnson called a tepid truce to the sibling rivalry, while Uncle Chase finally made good on a promise to the love of his life.
BLUE SKIES is the thrilling conclusion to the second season of Rising Storm. The reader is front and center to the dramatic action and suspense filled show down between goodness and light; hatred and love; power and manipulation.
RISING STORM Season two continued to follow the soap-opera stylings of the late night serials that focused on fame, fortune, power and control. The people of Storm Texas were caught up in a bubble of hatred, secrets, lies and betrayal such that they couldn’t see past the pain and suffering of several of their own. The eight installments of Season Two, like Season One, flowed smoothly between the numerous authors’s writing styles; there were no obvious hiccups or problems with the story line plot, structure, or premise.
It is always difficult to review serial story lines but I was given the opportunity to read all eight installments in a single setting. Serials written by one author rarely change in tone or structure from one installment to the next, and yet, this multi-authored serial felt as though it was written by one author alone. The blending between installments was smooth and even; effortless and efficient in presentation.
I recommend reading the serial in order beginning with Season One before venturing into Season Two-there are too many stories and questions revealed with each consecutive installment.
Author: Dee Davis
Thoughts: I am so ADDICTED to this series yet it’s so hard to write a review. The best way to explain it is like this… This is a written soap opera, many characters and lots of drama. Since there is no way to read this serial other than in order, it makes it hard to really say anything about it. I LOVE the story!! I hate drama in my life but man, I’ll watch it or read it and be entertained for hours, and this story does exactly that. If you haven’t started this, now is a good time. Like I said, exactly like a soap opera; betrayal, love, fights, jerks and absolute hotties!! What’s even better is that even though there are different authors writing each book, you can’t really tell. My only real issue is that the books are so easy to devour, granted I’m sure they could be 500 pages and it still wouldn’t take very long to read. Like any soap opera, it just sucks you so time flies. It’s actually amazing how much information is packed into just a few pages (ok, few to me lol).
Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work and voluntarily chose to write a review.
Celeste, who has been gradually snapping out of her depression, puts Travis in his place, while Kristen is left to decide if she wants to continue her relationship with him. I didn't expect it turn out the way it did, and I enjoyed the twist.
After a confrontation with Sebastian, Ginny winds up going into labor. The whole town waits on baited breath to find out who the baby's father really is. At the same time, Dakota finally discovers the ugly truth about her father, Hector. When she finally tries to do the right thing by her mother, she experiences side others have seen but that he had hidden from her. She also realizes what she had never stopped to think about before: Joanne protected all her children, shielding them from Hector's wrath over the years. She gains a new respect and appreciation for her mother.
I was a little disappointed with how things ended with Dakota. After everything that happened, I had thought she'd try to make things right, at least with her family members. It felt like she took the easy way out instead of dealing with the aftermath of what happened.
Despite that, Blue Skies was good conclusion to Season Two. All the characters are touched upon in this book, and readers get the closure to storylines that they've been waiting for.
**An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review**
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