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Thunder Rolls: Episode 8 (Rising Storm) by [Davis, Dee]
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About the Author

Natalie Ross has narrated and directed over 150 audio titles. Her reading of The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate won the "Best Children's" title at the 2011 APA Audie Awards, as well as an Audiofile Magazine Earphones Award. Her work has been featured in many "Best of the Year" lists, and she was named "Favorite Female Narrator" and "Favorite Dual Narrators" (with Phil Gigante) in 2011 and 2012. In addition to audiobooks, Natalie is an accomplished playwright and theatre actress.

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  • File Size: 362 KB
  • Print Length: 93 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (November 12, 2015)
  • Publication Date: November 12, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014XJKGEI
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What an incredible ending to this seasons Rising Storm. Thunder Rolls couldn't be a better title
For this episode. Everything is hitting the fan and lives are going to be ruined in its wake.
What happens when secrets and lies are exposed the aftermath is bloody but what I can't wait for is more of this series.
Dee Davis most definitely takes us on one hell of
A journey through Storm and what you can't help is the fact that you don't want it to end.
Eight different authors have written each episode but the flow of this series was incredible one you surely will not want to miss
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This book brought the first season of Rising Storm to a satisfying conclusion, while still leaving some things up in the air so that a second season can happen.

My one complaint about the book, and this is mainly because I want more of the story, is that it could have been split into two books. The first half was about the love triangle between Tate/Hannah/Tucker. It was quite well-written, with enough twists that I was taken off guard by some of what happened. The second half was about the Founder's Day Celebration and Dakota's blowing the town apart because she's a spoiled brat who got her heart broken. Yeah, my opinion on Dakota hasn't changed one iota, even though she seemed to have some remorse towards the end of the book.

I thought the second half of the book could have been split off into its own book. That may just be me, though, because one of the things I like about huge secrets coming to light is the fallout that occurs. We didn't get nearly enough of the fallout. I wanted to see more about the WHOLE Rush family's reaction to Sebastian's philandering. I wanted to see more about the Salts feelings about Ginny's lie. I wanted to see the rest of the Morenos rally around Ginny, even though I'm fairly certain none of them are thrilled with her decision to lie about the baby. (Well, a perceived lie. I'm not entirely convinced that the baby isn't Jacob's. There will have to be a DNA test. And if I know my soap operas, there will be some tampering with that test to make the question linger that much longer.) And I wanted to see the rest of the Alvarezs react to Dakota blowing the town apart. Not to mention the other families peripheral to these families.
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I really love the way Dee Davis closes out the first part of Rising Storm series and the name of this part is great. I can't decide who the thunder is Dakota or Sebastian, because they definitely know how to bring a storm to Storm. I really like visiting each family in the book. I find myself rooting for certain characters and wait to see how the other characters screw up things for everyone else. I am not usually a fan of cliff hangers but the way Dee did it was perfect. I can't wait for the next part in this series. Each one of the authors that wrote a part of this series did an awesome job tying the stories together.
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Wow! Just wow! Things have come to a head in Storm with Hannah, Tucker and Tate. With Dakota taking her revenge on Senator Rush for ending their affair and with Ginny whom she feels stole Jacob from her. Now Ginny feels she is an outcast, has lost Logan, and alienated both her best friend's family, the Rushes and Jacob's family, who she deceived. So many lives in turmoil in Storm all because of lies and secrets.
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Rising Storm episode 8 Thunder Rolls by Dee Davis has to be one of my favorite episodes of the whole series thus far. Finally we start to see how some of the town will start to take charge of their lives. Hannah and Tucker finally realize that they are meant for each other. With that realization Tate gets brought up short but hey he didn't really love Hannah anyway. He wanted her because she was good for him and his future career choices. While Dakota is still one of my least favorite people at least she has nerves of steel. Sebastian Rush, I pray is finally going to be seen for the man whore he is and maybe Celeste will find her true self with her friend Francine. I'd love to have seen the look on Marylee's face during Dakota's speech. Maybe Ginny will finally realize that she always had the "family" she dreamed of in her own family. Needless to say the fallout is going to be huge. Everyone in Storm, Texas will be impacted on this Founder's Day celebration. It will most definitely be one to remember. I received an ARC of the book for my honest review. Now I'm looking forward to the next season a lot more than I thought. I'm glad we will get a couple of novellas while waiting for the next season in 2016. Wow it's amazing how quickly things can change in a small town.
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This book is mostly about Hannah, Tate and Tucker, with appearances from some of the others in the town of course, though sadly for me I didn't get to see the sheriff..

What I loved:
• This book was action packed. Lots of things happened, and it kept me reading.
• Davis' writing is great. Drew me right in and left me wanting to read more.
• Hannah and a certain someone had fantastic Chemistry!

What I liked less:
• The fact that there is unfinished business. I wasn't sure how they would fit it all into this last book... and well they didn't.. there is going to be a season two! Coming in 2016. That should prove to be interesting, however I hope they release the books close together like this again as I am not a huge fan of cliffhangers.

I would recommend this series to anyone who likes to read about a scandalous small town full of secrets!

* I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review *

Original review posted at: http://paragraphsandpetticoats.blogspot.ca/
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