Kat Snyder has spent years chasing after the man who attacked her and left her for dead. It is her one obsession and she won’t let anyone stand in her way. Now that they are getting closer to finding him she begins to doubt herself and her need for revenge.
Jackson “Jack” Taylor lost the only woman he truly loved. Now that he’s found her again he’s not letting go and will do everything in his power to make her see they can have a life together.
Together they search for the monster who has hurt so many women. The closer they get, the closer they become, until they are both Caught in the Storm.
This was a fantastic ending to the Storm series. It had the romance, some steamy scenes, some drama, suspense, and that bit of that CSI/Detective type action. I have a degree in Criminal Justice and really enjoy these kinds of crime solving suspense stories. This story (and the whole series for that matter) has that rare attribute of a suspense that threw a little twist in right when you think you’ve figured it out. It was intriguing and exciting to follow along and try to figure it out while also rooting for the main couple to make it work.
Jackson and Kat have a bit of history but Kat has fought their connection for years. Now that Jackson has decided that he’s going to fight for her, things get steamy and the protectiveness and stubbornness that is so predominant in the Alpha Male is rearing its hot and sexy head. Kat is dealing with a LOT of demons and insecurities that really pulled at my heart. These two easily pulled me into their world and I was on pins and needles the whole time they were on their adventure. Even though this was mainly Jackson and Kat’s story it also included the previous 2 couples so it was great to see how they had all progressed.
I really liked how the group of characters expanded over the series and there was a lot of interaction with the ones from the previous 2 books yet it still felt like Jackson and Kat’s story in a lot of ways. The story line had me glued to my chair into the wee hours of the morning. In fact, I read this ENTIRE series on ONE day. Yeah, it was that addicting. The protagonists had great personalities and I instantly took a liking to them. The antagonist was creepy and gross and was the perfect villain. I highly recommend this book and if you haven’t read any of the books in the Storm series, you HAVE to read all 3 books in order for it to make sense. Go get them all today! 5 out of 5 books!!!