I always look forward to reading a Susan May Warren book. Storm Front met my expectations and then surpassed them. It’s a romance story wrapped in a fast paced plot. Life and death hang in the balance as extreme weather events sweep through the story. The storm chasers and rescue teams join forces to locate the missing. It’s a rescue and recovery story on two levels. Sure there’s the physical part of setting things right in the wake of a devastating tornado. Rubble is bulldozed away. Electricity and water are restored. The community can rebuild. Running through this story line is the rescue and recovery of many characters, who pick themselves up from the pit, anchor themselves to solid and healthy relationships, and then adopt strategies to hope again with an optimistic outlook for the future.
We meet the female characters in real-world situations. Some are working hard to balance careers and family. Brette manages her personal battle with disease, its treatment, and finding out what the future holds. The male leads are also embroiled in captivating scenarios. Ty is sure he has disappointed his mentor and can’t shed the emotional baggage. Ben is trying to make a star-quality musical career work while simultaneously being a devoted family man. You’ll warm up to these characters and care about how their stories end.
Susan May Warren’s prose teems with quotable quotes. Peppered throughout her chapters are nuggets of wisdom, readers will take to heart. The ending wraps up nicely. You can’t go wrong with this book that is book five in the Montana Rescue series. I received an advanced reader’s copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.