Logan Storm, an ex-Delta Force sniper, with scars on the inside, is drifting through life
on his way to nowhere. While trying to make peace with his past, Logan encounters a
young bar owner and her brothers, with trouble brewing the size of Montana.
Skylar James is worn out. She's trying to raise her two teenage brothers
and hold on to the only home they’ve ever known: 500 acres won by her father in a
poker game before they were born.
Luckily for Skylar, Logan finds the peace he’s been looking for in the
all-American beauty and decides to stick around Ennis, Montana
just as adversaries renew old feuds and bodies begin to pile up in the aftermath.
4 Heart Review by Ashley
Well now! Storm Damage is my very first book from CP Smith and it was a whirlwind of family, danger, romance and fear.
I really like Skylar. She was strong and resilient. Brave but tired. Taking care of two rowdy teenage boys, keeping a business floating and now trying to save her home. Life had thrown so much at her and she handled it with all the grace, class and strength she could muster. But when Logan Storm rolled into town, her carefully constructed life was tilted on its axis.
I loved that Logan took one look at Skylar and knew she was the peace he had been searching for. She calmed something in him while also making his heart race. But as the threats start coming in and the bodies start piling up, Logan's hackles rise and all of his protective instincts come out.
It was a race to catch up with who was behind all the mayhem before they could strike again. Holy wow! My heart was racing and I was reading as fast as my eyes would allow to see how it would all pan out. Whew! I feel winded after finishing Storm Damage. It was intense and dramatic and had me hanging on every word. I can't wait to see where CP Smith takes this small-town series next because she laid some great groundwork for more books to come.
About the Author
CP Smith lives in Oklahoma with her husband and five children. She loves football, reading, and card games. Writing for her is about escape. She writes what she loves to read, and leaves the rest to those with better imaginations.