By Benjamin H. Liles
Susan May Warren's latest book Storm Front is an electrifying, earth-pounding, and riveting book like nothing else I've read. What I can tell you without giving a lot of the book away to you is it never feels stalled out to me. What I mean by that is that the book is fairly fast-paced, and at times it does slow down, some, but it held my interest all the way through. She makes all her characters believable, intertwining some of their stories in to the main part of the book, which is to keep Ty Remington and the love of his life, Brette Arnold, front and center.
At times it felt like there was too much going on, but to be honest I felt like nothing truly overshadowed the comings and goings for Ty and Brette. Nothing takes away from their story. The way Susan Warren writes is with a good and solid writing hand. She knows what she's doing with her writing. The only thing I'd pick on is the busy-ness of the book. Close to the end, maybe a third to it, I felt like more information was being thrown at me than needed to be there. Is it a wonderful read and a good book? There's no doubt about that.
With everything said I was delighted to read and review the book. It is a good read and can be read in one whole night, but I think if I were to read it again I'd space it out over a week. It's not like you have to keep the book in your hand to read it in one sitting. So, what can I say overall about the book, Storm Front? It is surely to be the latest hit within Warren's Montana Rescue series. All the characters have to sacrifice one thing as you read through the book, and no one is exempt from heartbreak. Truly, overall, I would have to say I would definitely read this book over again and to see if I missed anything at all.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell in the hopes of a fair and honest review of the book.