After the death of her parents, chasing tornadoes is the only thing that makes Lauren feel alive. Each storm gives her the adrenaline rush she craves, but it can't make her forget Tanner, the country boy she left behind in Oklahoma.
When a funeral brings Lauren back to Sunset Plains, she decides to face Tanner in a desperate attempt to finally let go of her past. He's still angry about her abrupt departure from his life, and she begins to question whether she ever should've returned.
Just as Lauren's about to run - again - a tornado hits near town, and Lauren and Tanner are caught up in a cyclone of emotions neither is sure they want to escape. Can they weather the storm of their past, or will they let it consume them?
Get caught up in this wildly romantic story today!
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I'm very familiar with Lindzee Armstrong and enjoy reading her short romance stories. They are always clean, laid back, and fun. I enjoyed book 1 in this sweet series and book 2 was just as nice.
The narrador did a great job bringing the story to life. I was able to listen to it in one sitting. I really like her voice and pace. Her intonation was great and added to the great story.
I would not resitate to listen to any books narrated by her.
This book is about second chances and past mistakes. If you enjoy clean & short sweet romances you will enjoy this series. Lauren and Tanner are solid likable characters and the background story was interesting. It was nice to hear a bit about the main characters from the previous book and see that their are doing great as well.
**This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion**
It makes me happy to wake up everyday and look forward to listening. Many times I listen while doing artwork. I find it very relaxing.
Twisters and Textbooks was a nice, easy listen. It was a tasteful, solidl romance coming in at a little over two and a half hours. The twister twist was exciting and I liked the characters of Lauren and Tanner. This is the first audiobook I've listened to by Lindzee Armstrong and I'd like to hear more in this series.
I thought Stacey Glemboski's narration was terrific. She's proven to be a wonderful voice actor with a nice tone and inflections. I'd listen to anything she reads.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.
This book was a quick little listen! I found the story VERY reminiscent of a blockbuster movie, almost like it could have originally been fanfiction. That being said, It was narrated well, and it was definitely action packed! A new chance for lovers lost, and a heroine learning to deal with her grief over her parents deaths are portrayed well. If you're looking for a quick listen and don't mind a story that feels familiar then I certainly recommend this book! I was offered a free copy of this book for an honest review.
Such an amazing story and even better than the first. Very rarely do books get me close to tears and this was one of them. Unlike the first story I planned on listening straight through to the end of this one and that's exactly what I did. Stacey's voice held me trapped in this story the entire time and I loved every moment of it. Even though Lauren doesn't have the best way of dealing with the loss of her parent's I still completely understand. Especially with growing up in Oklahoma and having chased some storms myself and watched their hauntingly beautiful destruction.
Both the author and narrator are very talented. I found this story kept my interest in this slow burn romance. It was a second chance at love and finding one's way back home. Parts of the story were reminiscent of a movie. I was voluntarily provided this review audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher, and/or narrator. This is a sweet and clean book that is rated G.
Twisters and Textbooks: Lindzee Armstrong
A short sweet and clean second chance romance and adventure. Our main characters were high school sweethearts until Lauren's parents were killed by a tornado. She ran trying to escape the pain and leaving Tanner heartbroken. Four years have passed and they meet again. The story roars on from there. I enjoyed it very much.
The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed by Stacey Glemboski.
"I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator."
This Audiobook was given to me for a voluntary honest review. This was great. I love second chance romances, and this was one on the best i have listened to. The Twister chaser angle was intriguing. The emotional side of this book resonated with me, as i have recently lost a family member. The main character's idea of grieving was thrilling and sad at the same time. This was a short sweet clean romance that will knock your socks off.
The story is set around twisters of all things. But it just goes to show that nature ever the tempest can also be the catalyst to a romantic rediscovery to suppressed love. Super cute story set around catastrophic tragedy. I received this book at no charge in exchange for an honest review.
I love this book great story love the characters. Anyone who loves a good love story should read this book. This has to be one of my favorite books. I will be reading it again and again.
I was given a copy of this book by the author for an honest review
This was a story about chasing storms which was something I did not know much about before I listened to this story. It was also a second chance romance that on the whole, I enjoyed. The only reservation I had was because I did not like the character of Lauren so much. I thought the way she chased storms was really reckless. Also, the reason she did this was weird and she should have had some counseling. Tanner the young man who loved her was completely normal and well grounded and sensible.and he was really hurt by the way Lauren treated him. I did not like that and felt so sorry for him. The sections where Laure chased the storms was very exciting, especially at the end.
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