Princess Kelly Reviews: The Storm by Samantha Towle

Princess Kelly Reviews: The Storm by Samantha TowleThe Storm (The Storm, #3.5) by Samantha Towle
on December 23rd 2015
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5 Stars

STORM (noun)—a turbulent disturbance; a disruption or dispute.
Jake Wethers’s life is perfect. He’s married to the woman he’s always loved, and they have three beautiful children. The Mighty Storm is still going strong, and his record label is thriving.
Jake has everything—a life he thought he would never have and one that he didn’t think he deserved.
Not so long ago, Jake’s life wasn’t perfect. The unexpected and untimely death of his best friend, Jonny Creed, sent an already out-of-control Jake spiraling down further.
Drug addiction. Alcohol. Women.
Jake was in the fast lane to following Jonny to the grave until Tru Bennett walked back into his life and changed everything.
But now, the past that Jake left behind has come back to find him. And what the past brings with it is going to be one of the biggest challenges he has ever faced.

Also by this author: When I Was Yours, When I Was Yours, The Storm (The Storm Series Book 4), The Ending I Want, The Ending I Want, Unsuitable, Unsuitable, Wardrobe Malfunction, Wardrobe Malfunction

The Storm made for one perfect, albeit upsetting novella, in what is one of my favourite contemporary rockstar romances of all time.

I had no idea the direction this novella was going to take and if I’m honest I was a little concerned that there would be a spanner thrown in the workings of the perfect HEA. I didn’t want Jake and Tru’s love compromised in any way but I didn’t have anything to worry about as this novella was as much Jake’s story as it was Jonny Creed’s epilogue.

Wow! This little tale packed a punch in all the right places. It spoke of love, trust, family and forever bonds. Jonny Creed may be gone but there is no denying his pivotal role in the success of the Mighty Storm, and how his death had devastating effects on the ones he left behind. He is a fundamental part of their history and past actions can come with unexpected consequences.

This story is a case of ‘when the past comes back to haunt us,’ but in this case, it delivers a sad and happy ending that made me cherish this series all the more.

It was wonderful getting reacquainted with all my favourite characters and this story shows growth in maturity, mindset and in all things that truly matter.

The Storm is a must read, but prepare yourself for that epilogue, it may be sad, but it was beautifully done. Top marks for Sam Towle, the lady who never lets us down!

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