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Storm (Men of Hidden Creek Season 1 Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 5564 KB
- Publication Date : April 1, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 272 pages
- ASIN : B07BVQRJK2
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #104,029 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Wow. I enjoyed this so very much.
First, I must be honest and say that when I first met Chase, I was a bit put off by his constant self-denigration. It didn't take long to see why he thought the way he did.
The author gives us a beautiful father/daughter relationship that grows in strength and emotion as the pages turn, which is especially poignant considering the abuse Chase suffered from his father.
Hunter is a lovely character, working through his own issues, but willing and even compelled to be a part of Chase and Lyla's lives. He lends his strength and support to the small family and helps Chase to see that he is worthy of friendship, love, and desire, that he is a good father and Lyla is lucky to have him.
They find ease in each other and grow into a passion and love that overshadows and overcomes many insecurities of the past.
Lyla is a sweetie, temper tantrums and all.
There are laughter, tears, anger, and pain, (experienced by the characters and this reader) all bracketed by a homophobic walrus holding their happiness in his hands.
These well thought out characters and storyline lead us to a believable and satisfying HEA.
Storm is the first I've read by this author, and I look forward to more.
Worth a read? Yes.
Read again? Yes.
Enjoyable romance? Yes.
Adorableness factor? Extreme. Right in the "awws" and feels.
Solid story and pacing. It kept me entertained and never once eager to skip or just get on with things. I found the characters engrossing and their evolution pleased me. So much feel good, heartwarming, and adorableness from both the main characters and side ones. (Lyla and Trooper, anyone?) Chase and Hunter made me cheer for them all the way.
Aim for a fun read and heaps of feel goods and I'm pretty certain this story will hit all the right notes.
I'd read more from Welch based on this story (my first from her) and will defiinitely continue the Hidden Creek series.
Note: Since I can identify with both Chase and the Social Worker in the story (based on people I've personally known in my life) nothing about them caused any break in the story for me. Though I was glad to see Chase evolve by the end. Had he not, my immersion would have broken.
They meet Hunter, a physicians assistance, when Lyla has to have a checkup. Chase is immediately drawn to Hunter. He pretty sure Hunter is straight and even if he wasn't, he wouldn't want a loser like Chase. Through a set of circumstances they keep getting thrown together. Toss in the fact that Hunter has a three legged puppy that Lyla adores and the die is cast. They belong together.
When social services threatens to take Lyla away unless Chase stops seeing Hunter, he has no choice but to break it off. We know that Hunter can change his mind!
Cute story with like able MC’s. Not to heavy on the angst, but it is there, with a HEA.
Chase and Hunter are terrific characters and this authors writing is a treasure.I know i always look for her books to buy and read.
Storm is part of a group of books written by different authors all centered around the town of Hidden Creek. Each book can be read as a stand-alone but the characters pop up in the different books. I’m quite intrigued and will be following them.
I have to admit that some things were predictable, but I think that the characters reacted differently enough than I expected to make the story good.
This is the first book I've read by this author but I plan to read some more in the future.
Top reviews from other countries
I could not help but become attached to Chase, reading certain scenes over and over and really being moved by his difficulties that were delicately handled and portrayed (I sobbed a few times). And Lyla is quite the character, really adding to the mix to drive the meaning behind the story.
The book showcased some of the prejudices that gay fathers can still face today. But the ending really was worthy the journey. The ending was well worth the wait and I would happy read this again and again.