Reader Review: If you like erotic romance with a touch of super human powers, then read this book. This is part of a series: ACRO. So far, I like all of the books in the series.
BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Sydney Croft's Taken by Fire .
A storm’s rage. A woman’s desire.
A man with the power to set them both free.
He can summon lightning at will. Emerge unscathed from the center of a tornado. Strip a woman down to her barest defenses through the sheer force of his sexuality. He’ s gorgeous, dangerous, and the target of parameteorologist Haley Holmes’s latest mission. Haley has been dispatched to the Louisiana bayous to investigate the phenomenon known as Remy Begnaud–a man with a gift he never wanted: the ability to control a storm’s fury. But even a woman trained in bizarre weather phenomena has no defense against the electrifying power of the ex—Navy SEAL...a power his enemies would kill to control.
With her agency monitoring their every move, Haley’s job is to seduce Remy, gain his trust–and help him harness his extraordinary gift. But who will protect her from this voracious lover who’s introducing her to a new world of erotic thrills—a man who grows increasingly insatiable with each new weather event? Haley knows a big storm is approaching—and with it will come unexpected delights. But so, too, will the storm unleash her greatest fears: an enemy bent on destroying Remy. And her worst fear of all—falling in love with this magnificent man, then having to betray him.
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|Title of Romance eBook: Riding the Storm||Series: ACRO, , #1|
|Release Date: 08-28-2007|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group||Store Sales Rank: 5595|
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Riding the Storm
T-Remy, where you at? Sa va mal.
"So what else is new, Dad?" Remy muttered, squinting through the darkness and rain the windshield wipers couldn't keep up with as he struggled to stay on the muddy road and redial his cell phone at the same time.
For his old man to say things were bad meant one of two things: Either everything was business as usual and he was being dramatic, or the world was coming to an end. There was only black or white with his father, which is why Remy found himself comfortably in the gray most of the time.
And really, things were always going badly for Remy Senior, and calling T-Remy, as he was known affectionately around these parts, was like calling in his own personal cavalry. Navy style. Except that Remy had resigned his commission last month and had taken his final leave from his SEAL team seven days earlier, something he was not looking forward to telling his father.
Following in the old man's footsteps, Remy Senior had told him proudly eight years earlier, then signed the papers allowing his son to enlist on his seventeenth birthday, right after he graduated high school.
The Navy had been T-Remy's way out of the bayou, and joining the SEAL teams had been one of the hardest things he'd ever done. Leaving them had been as well, but he'd always known, on every level, that he wasn't meant to be a team player.
So really, there was no excuse on God's green bayou not to visit and check on his father. Family was family, and all that crap, even though this was the last thing he wanted to do.
Still no answer. Not even a damned machine on the other end of either the house or cell line a f
Title: Riding the Storm
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If you like erotic romance with a touch of super h
January 3, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Emerson, NJ US
If you like erotic romance with a touch of super human powers, then read this book. This is part of a series: ACRO. So far, I like all of the books in the series.
Quite good for a first book in a series!
January 3, 2013
Reviewer: A reader from STAMFORD, CT USA
There are three stories in this one, which are at the same time connected because the characters in each of them know each other. I loved Remy's and Haley's story. They were great. The thing with the tattoos was cool, I really liked how it connected them, although that they could be together through it even being apart was a bit silly for me. Creed and Annika were even better for me, I was disappointed we didn't see more of them because the chemistry between those two was great. The only story I didn't like was Devlin's. But it wasn't as long as the other two, so it was ok.
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