A Sunday Evening Read

Storm (Linear Tactical #10)

by Janie Crouch 

The demons he saw in her eyes were vicious and cruel and didn’t want to let her go. But she was fighting them. That’s right, gorgeous. I can’t fight them for you, but I’ll stand next to you as you fight them.

– Jamie Crouch, Storm

Sunday night is my night to read something fairly short (no more than 4.5 hour read) that I can read in one sitting and not be up late at night when I have to go to work in the morning.

This book is jam packed with lots of action and emotion there are fires, whitewater rafting, camping, and two weddings as well as characters from other books and series.

Storm is book 10 in the Linear Tactical series but also a Susan Stoker Operation Alpha Series crossover. Linear Tactical runs parallel to, and crosses over with another of the author’s series – Risk Everything (Bree and Tanner Book #4). Noah is Tanner’s brother.

The Linear Tactical is a romantic suspense series focusing on the men and women who work for Linear Tactical. Noah is former Special Forces soldier turned rancher and falls hard for Marilyn a single mother, women’s shelter manager, who is also a survivor of domestic abuse.

Storm can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty as this is my first book in the series. Any important information from the previous story line is revealed where necessary.

WARNING: Due the to nature of the story line premise, there may be triggers for more sensitive readers.

A fast paced, exciting read!

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