Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Storm Front by Susan May Warren

Brette Arnold ran away from Ty Remington and their budding love over a year ago. Chasing storms, specifically tornadoes, with her digital camera pays her medical bills and keeps her occupied... right until it lands her in the same house as Ty.

Ty's determination to find Chet King, Ty's mentor and team leader, drives Ty to step out of the shadows he's been living in and direct the current resue mission. He refuses to accept defeat of the mission and works to tear down the walls that Brette uses to keep him away. But loving Brette will come at a high personal cost to Ty. Will Brette open her heart to Ty? Can they embrace love inspite of the looming future? Read more in Storm Front by Susan May Warren.

Storm Front, the fifth novel in Susan May Warren's Montana Rescue series, delves deep into Ty and Brette's relationship which began back in A Matter of Trust (Montana Rescue #3). I do recommend reading the entire series because each book is so good and Kacey and Ben from Wild Montana Skies (Montana Rescue #1) feature prominently with their own relationship issues.

Like the other novels in this series, the plot is filled with action, suspense, and romance. The storyline easily held my attention through the duration of the novel. Ty was the shining character in this novel for several reasons – his character development as he learns to trust himself and his Creator, his selfless treatment of Brette inspite of her health issues, and his stubborn determination to complete all that he has set his heart to accomplish. Without spoiling anything, I will mention I loved Ty and Chet's conversation about “rescuing” near the end, possibly one of my favorite scenes in the novel.

I recommend Storm Front and all the other novels in this series by Susan May Warren to fans of Christian fiction who are looking for a gripping story filled with action, suspense, romance, and faith.

Read an excerpt from Storm Front by Susan May Warren on the publisher's website.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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