Summer Stormby Catherine Hart
Summer Storm was as soft and warm as a sweet summer rain--as tempestuous and unpredictable as a thunderstorm over the desert. Windrider was destined to lead his people as a warrior chief and to tame the woman named Summer Storm. Tough she had given her heart to another, he vowed their tumultuous joining would be climaxed in a whirlwind of ecstasy.
- Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 4.14(w) x 6.74(h) x 1.33(d)
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >
This is a sequel to "Silken Savage" and it is absolutely wonderful. Like others have written, be prepared to cry. Adam and Tanya from Silken Savage are Summer's parents. These are two books that will remain on my book shelf as I have read both of them many times over and will continue to do so.
This was the greated book I've ever had the pleasure of reading. I couldn't put it down any of the times I've read it and that's been several. I laughed, I cried, I rejoiced. Every emotion you could possibly think to have comes welling up from every page. It's the epitome of what every book should have. Love, war, comedy. It's just plain awesome. When you think you've reached what should be the end, there's more to experience. Just a good read from start to finish.
I have NEVER in all of the years I have been reading EVER read a book that has touched my heart the way this book did. Summer Storm is one of those rare jewels that brings the characters in the into your heart and leaves them there long after you have finished. I almost hated to read the end knowing what was going to happen.It will make you cry and break your heart !!!! I loved this book and will read it again. This is one of those rare books that you want your friends to read so they can share the experience.
This was the first romance I ever read, and probably one of the best to this date, how many ever years it's been (15? is that possible?) If you read it, prepare to cry.
I love Catherine Hart's books but why does she always have to seperate the couples through death? I loved the book but the ending really saddened me. I loved Windrider and it was so upsetting to have read the ending.
I was only fourteen when I read this story for the first time.I absolutely fell in love with Summer Storm's journey.It made me laugh,cry,and hope that love could really exisit beyond those pages. I have since read this book more times than I can count. I highly recommend this novel.