- File Size: 701 KB
- Print Length: 311 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 24, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00J8OUSE2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #604,971 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Stormy Weathers (A Kimberly Weathers Novel Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The story focuses on a few main characters. Kimberly Weathers is a news reporter that is trying to develop a successful career at a local news station, while working for a sleazy boss. Her boss assigns her to report on a possible hurricane at Speck Island. While unexpected, she and her hunky cameraman, Nick, find themselves caught in the middle of mess.
The other main character is Lucas. He’s a down-and-out, unsuccessful businessman. After inheriting some money, he was scammed by a “black widow” of sorts that has bled him dry. While I didn’t respect him at first, he’s turns out to be a pretty decent guy overall.
While these two remain the focus of the story and their paths do cross, this isn’t a love story. There’s a crazy band of wanna-be criminals, a once-millionaire-turned-surfer named Squid, and some other larger than life characters adding humor to the tale.
The story changes point of view with each chapter, but I found it very clearly defined and easy to follow. The weaving of the different storylines together is done well. While the characters are somewhat outrageous, that just adds to overall light-heartedness of the story.
Basically, this is a book to read if you’re looking for some lovable characters in a fun, if not a little crazy, story.
This is the second book by this author that I have read and they just get better and better.
The story of Lucas Miller, his wife, a small town called Speck Island that both Georgia and Florida keep telling each other they own, a TV reporter named Kimberly Weathers and her cameraman, Nick, are just the beginning of this excellent read. I know the story revolves around these characters but I found the stars of the book to be Chester Hanson, nicknamed Snake, and his group of wannabe motorcycle gang members, the Angry Armadillos. They made me laugh out loud.
The story of a news reporter, a divorce and a hurricane was one that I thoroughly enjoyed in just a few hours. You have to get it yourself, sit down with some low music on and your choice of a beverage and let all your cares get washed away with the hurricane from the book..
Lucas is a down-and-out, businessman. After inheriting some money, he was scammed and loses everything. I really hated Lucas for most of the book.
This isn't a romance it's a melding of many stories, want to be criminals, surfers, and some characters are so out there it makes the story very humorous .
Many times when the POV changes from chapter to chapter I find them hard to keep up with. The author managed to make the transition easy to follow. I loved the way the different story lines intersected. The story is very light and full of humor.
If anyone follows my reviews, they'll know my favourite books are ones with one or two central characters which I feel some connection to. With the vast array of characters this is very much a plot led story.
If you're looking for a fast paced, fun story, don't overlook this one.
This story is so darn good. It is about Lucas Miller, his wife and town called Speck Island. They move here after getting married and buy a home and surf shop which really doesn't do so well. The real characters are the motorcycle gang, Angry Armadillos. They will make you laugh and laugh some more. This is such a great book. If you need something to read and relax with, this is the book to have. I highly recommend it to all. I just loved it.