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Weather the Storm: Episode 7 (Rising Storm) by [Mondello, Lisa]
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About the Author

Phil Gigante is an APA Audie Award winner (The Dark Highlander, The Stainless Steel Rat, and The Watch That Ends the Night), and winner of over a dozen Audiofile Magazine Earphones Awards. He has narrated and directed more than 250 books, and was twice named a "Best Voice in Mystery and Suspense" by Audiofile Magazine. He has been named a Best Male Narrator in the categories of Romance, Science Fiction, Militaria, and Mystery/Suspense, as well as "Favorite Dual Narrator" (with Natalie Ross). Phil also works in film, TV and radio, and is the Producer/Director of Gigantic Productions theatre company. He makes his home in the Midwest.

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  • File Size: 348 KB
  • Print Length: 90 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (November 5, 2015)
  • Publication Date: November 5, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014XJ07PG
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #371,012 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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One of the things I really appreciated about this book was that a good chunk of the drama was mainly family drama. It's so rare for soap operas on television to actually show a couple have some problem that isn't either death or someone trying to come between them. In the case of this book, it was Bryce and Tara having issues due to (1) their son having autism and (2) Bryce worrying that his son was going to end up schizophrenic like his mother.

I like the way the drama played out. It started off with us seeing Bryce and Tara on the outs, and Tara not really understanding why Bryce wasn't being as attentive at home. It also showed that they each have a very supporting family, though Tara's is larger and Bryce only has his sister. I also liked the relationship that Bryce and Kristin have. It was very much like my relationship with my sister. Supportive, but also willing to call each other out when they're being stupid.

My very favorite part was the ending of this part of Bryce and Tara's story. They ended up having their home to themselves, and Bryce was cooking dinner like he'd done in the past. And he actually *told* Tara about his issues with his mother, and the reveal that his mother is still alive. But they actually communicated! So very rare in soap opera-type stories. I really appeciated that.

The downside to this book is that we still had to deal with Dakota and Senator Rush. Granted, I am anticipating what Dakota will do with her newfound knowledge that Senator Rush slept with Ginny, only in that I want to see Senator Rush revealed for the terrible person he is. I'm assuming we'll find that out in the last book of this season.
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I have loved this series since episode one but this part was extremely touching. We find out that Byrce & Tara's son has been diagnosed with Autism and as much as Tara is trying to do all she can to help him her husband is in denial and the strain on their marriage is heartbreaking. Se watch them struggle and you are hoping they can find a way back to each other.
Dakota is a woman scorned and we are seeing secrets start to fall about and I know I want to be there and watch and read where this all goes.
This series is not only one you don't want to miss you are drawn in and all you can say is bring on the next one.
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I can't say this was my favorite episode in the series. It's all about Bryce and Tara dealing with the autism diagnosis of their son. It deals slightly with Dakota and Senator Rush peripherally as he ends their affair. What it doesn't do is take any of the other story lines forward so Storm seems to be in stasis while this particular story happens. This is a lost opportunity for the series as there are numerous stories in flux. I thought this could be "more" although what is here is well done.
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Autism and family turmoil. Believable characters, interesting dialogue and easy to follow storyline.

Autism plays a large part in this story. The family struggles, the emotional turmoil tearing apart relationships is very well written.

I wish the author had included links to understand Autism.

I may re-read this section of the series. This series would be great as an ebook bundle.
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This episode written by Lisa Mondello is truly amazing.
It’s the seventh episode in the soap opera Rising Storm and until now this was the most poignant and engaging story from an emotional point of view.
The personal crisis in which falls the pastor of the community of Storm, Bryce Daniels, is really deep, the man finds himself questioning his faith in God and he puts in danger the integrity of his family, after the doctors diagnosed a form of autism to his son Danny.
Bryce is the reference point for the whole community, the rock on which everyone can rely in the most difficult moments, his ability to communicate leads him to get directly to the hearts of the faithful with his sermons, but this time he finds himself paralyzed, unable to react and think and especially he fails to be present for his wife and children in this time of need.
He’s lost in his fears from his past, he thought he had buried them and instead they are returning stronger than before, making him unable to react and accept the reality. His love for Tara is not in question, but his refusal about Danny’s condition leads them to confront the most difficult time of their life together. It was written in a wonderful way, engaging and you can feel the anguish and pain of Tara and Bryce for their child, and it’s truly heartbreaking.
Dakota is the co-star in this episode as well. Her dream to become on day her lover’s wife, Senator Rush, seems to be finally broken, even in a brutal way, thanks to her man’s behavior, not so nice.
But this man, who considers himself above everyone and everything, gave her a trump card, and knowing her vengeful spirit I think a lot of trouble are coming for the Senator.
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