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A tornado has destroyed a small Minnesota community and among the missing are not only a group of students but PEAK Rescue team leader Chet King. Ty Remington will stop at nothing to rescue his mentor, not even when the girl he loved - and lost - walks back into his life. But Brette needs his help more than he knows, despite her stubborn determination to push him away. And when he gets a second chance, loving her just might cost him more than he can imagine.

A blogger for Vortex Storm Chasers, Brette Arnold didn't expect her adventures to land her in the same place as Ty, the guy who she walked - no, ran - from over a year ago. She had her reasons - good ones. The kind that tell her that falling for him again would only lead to heartache. But Ty isn't the kind of man to give up - not on the missing students, or on her.

Life and love hang in the balance in Susan May Warren's breathless story of holding on to hope during a deadly summer of storms.

©2018 Susan May Warren (P)2018 Recorded Books

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A Beautiful Story of Love & Redmption

Ty has been a bit of a mystery to me in the past few books. Sometimes I was even frustrated with him at times when he was playing the role of boyfriend to Jess (at her request)...and Brette was an enigma to me -- like why did she just get up and run from a guy for whom she obviously had feelings? Storm Front is a gradual revelation of the situations and emotions - the brewing 'storms' - in the lives of Brette and Ty. It is also the culmination of the ongoing story of Ben and Kacey and I loved and appreciated this aspect of the story and appreciated their resolution almost as much as the final scenes with Ty and Brette. A beautiful story of love and redemption.

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Needs closure for Ty

I can't believe how this ended. It will take more than this ending for me to buy Warren's audios again. Disappointing.

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This is a great series

The storyline has so much depth, so many great charechters with in depth amazing stories. I am loving this series. The only reason why it got a 4 Star is because the narrators, who is doing a great job, but She keeps singing through out the narration. I would have preferred she just read the lyrics to the many songs.

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Too “desperate” in emotion and goopy, narrator has potential

Narrator: nice voice but please oh please don’t sing the nauseating country songs that “star” country singer Ben King sings. They have no recognizable tune, are cliche’d and for a Christian country singer to sing about “baby come home with me tonight” just doesn’t sit right. Also when she switches to talking like the women, she goes into this high ditzy voice with a MEGA southern accent. Overall the narration alone in this book and her others almost makes me not listen.
Story: SMW has had some fantastic books and plots, great characters. However they are filled to the brim and overflowing with emotional goop. The characters are endlessly “desperate” to somehow feel worthy, or to redeem themselves from some terrible sorrow or mistake or tragedy or or or in their past. Every single book in this series, and her other books are fraught with overdramatized emotion.
Overall: a different narrator, or have this one NOT sing and NOT go all sweetsy ditzy southern belle on the women (otherwise her narration is great) would be a great improvement. And if the emotional drama was cut in half this book wud have pry gotten 5 stars. There wasn’t a major plot but the wait for the “rescue” did keep me listening. Not sure if I’ll return the title. Not sure I can cope with listening to it again!