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Picturesque Kentucky Lake is the perfect place for a soul in search of safe harbor. A beautiful stranger has arrived - desperate, breathless, and on the run from a dark past closing in on her and the younger siblings she has vowed to protect. Donovan must now draw on every resource at his disposal - if he wants to save a woman and the children who may prove to be his destiny.
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By M. Davis on 01-09-14
What would have made After the Storm better?
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I have waited for this book with high anticipation. I love the series and Donovan's story was one I looked forward to reading. Except, there was very little storyline and what there was annoyed me mostly. I have an intense dislike of the BIG MISUNDERSTANDING plot. To me, that is lazy writing at best - reminiscent of '80s bodice ripper romance novels. One simple conversation would have prevented disaster. I found the character of Eve to be mostly too stupid to live. Yikes, what a disappointment!
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
By Amazon Customer on 01-13-14
Not a Believer
Maya Banks is a hit or miss author for me; I either love or hate her work. I'm ambivalent about this book. I forwarded through much of this book as I felt like the main characters went on and on about everything and I was bored. I don't believe in the "I've only known you 2 days and I love you". It wasn't realistic at all to me. I didn't get to take a journey with the couple as they fell in love. I agree with another reviewer that the "misunderstanding" situation was overdone. I saw it coming a mile away. As a person who appreciates the journey of earning someone's trust after they've been through some hard situations in this life I didn't believe that all 3 of the siblings trusted Donovan and his family within hours. For example; Eve was prepared to run away in the night to prevent Donovan from bringing a doctor by to see her sister but she's in the sac with him right away and in love? I definitely didn't buy into his book at all.
On a positive note Adam Paul did a great job narrating the book as usual.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful