Author: Susan May Warren
Series: Montana Rescue # 5
Release Date: May 1, 2018
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewer: Jessica Higgins
A wild crazy ride with as many twists and turns as the twisters the characters are chasing.
Ty Remington has had a hard time forgiving himself for the helicopter crash that busted his knee and nearly killed the man he looks up to most, Chet King. Ty still works with PEAK rescue team, but can’t bring himself to get back in the helicopter and fly again. Brette Arnold disappeared from Ty’s life after only a few short days, but he can’t stop thinking about her. He felt they had an instant connection and still doesn’t understand what happened. When Brette found out she had cancer, she didn’t want to be dependent on Ty or anyone else so she ran to deal with it all on her own. Now, eighteen months later, she is finally healing but when she once again runs into Ty and she is afraid she won’t be strong enough to leave this time. Ty never knew of her diagnosis and when he sees her again he immediately knows something has been wrong and wishes he could have been there for her. As severe storms begin to ravish the area, Ty and Brette work together to help those around them and maybe help each other in the process.
The Montana Rescue series by Susan May Warren is fast becoming one of my favorite romantic suspense series. The characters are never boring and the situations they find themselves in, while maybe not realistic for everyone, are believable for where they are and what they do. These characters are tough, adventurous and really care for each other. We were introduced to Ty and Brette early in the series but haven’t seen Brette in a while and it was nice to see their story continue to unfold. I really enjoyed how Warren tackled the issue of cancer and how it affects so many, not just the person with the disease. It is a horrible illness that affects far too many and we got to see how difficult it can be to carry that burden alone and what happens when someone is there to help. God provides people to help carry us through the storms we may face in life, regardless of what the storm is, mental, physical nature, it doesn’t matter. The secondary story in Storm Front with Ben and Kacy continued from the first starting the series off. It is sad to think there is only one more book in this series. I don’t know that I am ready to see the stories of these characters wrap up. Readers need to be ready because Storm Front ends with a heck of a cliff-hanger making it oh so difficult to wait for the last in the series and find out what happened to these character. I highly recommend this book to fans of Warren’s writing and those that enjoy an action packed romantic suspense novel.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The views and opinions expressed within are my own.