Storm Ravaged (Storm Damages, #2)

Storm Ravaged (Storm Damages, #2)

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by Magda Alexander
     
 

A Desperate Woman . . .

Pregnant with Gabriel Storm's baby, Elizabeth Watson dreads seeing him again. After all, three months earlier she walked out without telling him about his child. But he knows and demands marriage. Something she can't do. If she does, his mother would reveal a family secret which would destroy everything Gabriel

Overview

A Desperate Woman . . .

Pregnant with Gabriel Storm's baby, Elizabeth Watson dreads seeing him again. After all, three months earlier she walked out without telling him about his child. But he knows and demands marriage. Something she can't do. If she does, his mother would reveal a family secret which would destroy everything Gabriel cherishes.

A Determined Man . . .

Hell bent on marrying her, Gabriel will do anything to get her to agree. So he fashions a solution to convince her, a solution crafted from lies and deceit. But he's playing with fire. For if she discovers his subterfuge, he would lose not only his child but the woman he can't live without.

WARNING: This is a hot, steamy read with explicit language and sex scenes. For mature audiences.

STORM DAMAGES TRILOGY

Storm Damages (available now)

Storm Ravaged (Storm Damages #2)(this book)

Storm Redemption (coming late May 2014)

 

 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149349715
Publisher:
Magda Alexander
Publication date:
05/01/2014
Series:
Storm Damages , #2
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
19,388
File size:
473 KB

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Storm Ravaged (Storm Damages, #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 33 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
232 pages for$ 4:00 a book not bad but i wish thet had put in a bundle. This 2nd book seams to be about Gabriel mom and the things he thinks she doing or going to do instead of looking at who else what's to hurt him. ELIZABETH was strong in the 1st book now she walks out on her baby and the crazy man she loves. Why bring the dead brother Edward back into the story line i am confused. These kind of book with a cliffhanger you have to buy the next book what a sham, but good book to read
brissabee More than 1 year ago
After reading and LOVING Storm Damages(SD), I was excited about Storm Ravaged, and it did not disappoint. This book picks up three months after SD dealing with the aftermath of Elizabeth's pregnancy and Gabriel's accident/memory loss. While SD was about their lust and eventually love, this book brought out the worst in Gabriel trying to protect Elizabeth. I don't agree with some of his actions, he did what he thought he need to do. I had several questions that I hoped would have been answered in this book,only to find that I only have more questions and will have to wait to for the third and final book. This story has been one of my favorite reads and cannot express how much I have enjoyed reading this series.
CChimni 5 months ago
Another hit! Gabriel and Elizabeth's story continues. This saga is filled with passion, more deceit, truces, and lots of twists. As soon as you think you have the plot figured out another twist is thrown at us. Great characters and a great story line. I can't wait for the conclusion of their story!
Anonymous 10 months ago
Sometimes i feel like the only connection between them is sex, it seems to be the only time shes happy with him and her life with him. I wish she would see he loves her and wants to protect her and their son from his evil mom. I dont know, i like this series but wish there was more between them than what happens in the bedroom, and i wish her love for her baby boy seemed stronger also, she is so focused on this not being what she wanted out of life and it all putting a damper on her college and career, its just a little annoying she cant have one moment of appreciation for this life shes living as there is alot to be thankful for.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story is well written and the characters come to life quickly involving you in their story. The explicit sex sceens are not my idea of romance but the story overrode my qualms.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I find it highly annoying when the description of the characters in the book do not match up with the characters you see on the cover!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love these stories,I never know what's going to happen so I have to buy another book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not wanting to give away the story, let's just say that book one started to get soap opera-ish but book two got a little ridiculous. I won't be buying book three because at this point, I just don't care.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the series
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I love book and the author
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Storm Damage drew me in and Storm Ravaged drew me in even further. I read this book in a day and started the next one right away. What happens when two people who have extremely different plans for their life are forced together when their lust for each other leads to unplanned consequences?
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lets start with how i loved book one. In this second book both gabriel and elizabeth were so annoying i couldnt stand it. Gabriel being so bossy and lying at every turn. Elizabeth for being so easy in letting him get away with it at every turn. The mother being a crazy lunatic. And i could go on and on. But dont want ti be a plot spoiler. Needless to say, im not going to waste any more money on this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just as good as the first one. Must read.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The entire series. Read it. You won't regret it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Better than book 1. The suspense keeps going. Not to give anything away, but some astonishing surprises.