Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin is on vacation when her Djinn lover, David, asks Joanne to marry him. She's thrilled to say yes, even if some others may be less than happy about it. Unfortunately, Joanne's pre-marital bliss is ended by a devastating earthquake in Florida. And she can't ask David and his kind for assistance, because the cause of the quake is unlike anything Joanne has ever encountered - a power even the Djinn cannot perceive.
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©2008 Roxanne Longstreet Conrad (P)2010 Audible, Inc
Not wanting to give away the story, I'm just going to say, "Trust Me!" If you have been reading paranormal books for a while, then like me they all start sounding alike. The situation change, but all the stories you can figure out the outcome before the third chapter. This book is different, a new perspective. Read it and start with book one. You are going to love this Arthur and her visions.
I stop after book six because it was getting a bit repetitive at certain places. Bu after going through my library I decided to give book seven a chance and I so glad I did. At last the action is staring again. Weather Warden , Joanne Baldwin and her Djinn lover, David decide to get married. Of course there are problems people/djinns trying to obstruct their happiness. Very interesting action throughout! Will continue the series to the next book..
It was an ok book, but no real ending like the previous books. This one leads directly into the next one since there is no resolution. From the synopsis of the next book, I have a feeling it will be the same... I hope I am wrong about it.
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Everywhere Joann goes there are weather problems. She is funny resourceful and always horny for David. I enjoy see her get into trouble through her altruistic endowers. I am waiting for David to tell her that if you let me kill him in book one he would not be a problem now! But??? I don???t think that would matter, since dead does not necessary mean dead. Fast cars, weather hair, great shoes, and lots of attitude makes this series a fun read.
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