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Storm Damages (Storm Damages, #1)

by Magda Alexander

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Storm Damages by Magda Alexander was an excellent read. A strong well developed fully engaging plot, complex fleshed out primary characters, and supporting characters that range from purely vindictive, to loving caring and supportive.

The suspense angle of the storyline is subtle, revolving around the negotiation of a corporate merger, a leak of information, and the possibility that one of the members of the negotiation team or the family is trying to derail the merger. The romance portion is smoldering, sexy, and laced with intrigue. The chemistry between Gabriel and Elizabeth feels real and true to life, whether hiding their relationship, providing emotional support to each other as they overcome their damaged childhoods, or having long hot sex, their characters just jump off the page. The supporting cast of characters is varied, members of Gabe’s family, his support staff, Elizabeth’s law firm and childhood friend Casey; each bring a unique flavor and theme to the overall storyline.

The book is well written, taking time to develop and weave the threads of the main and subplots, creating characters you like and those you just hate, and some you question their true alliances. I did guess some of the storyline, but it only added to the drama and intrigue. The book held my attention from beginning to end. This is not a standalone book, and due to the cliff hanger I’m very happy that book two will be out by the end of this month; I’m hooked and have to see how this plot plays out and who is responsible for the information leak, and how Gabe and Elizabeth will move forward from the challenging situations they are each in.


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