Building Storm: (A Hawke Family Novel)

Building Storm: (A Hawke Family Novel)

by Gwyn McNamee

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BN ID: 2940156079506
Publisher: Gwyn McNamee
Publication date: 12/20/2018
Series: The Hawke Family
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 487,989
File size: 499 KB

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Building Storm: (A Hawke Family Novel) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
SaraOxo 9 days ago
Building Storm by Gwyn McNamee a Squall of a five-star read. This is the forth novel in the Hawke Family series and they are best when read in order, they each have such powerful and gripping story lines, I do think that Building Storm may just be the best, after I had read the previous novels and loved them and I feel that getting to know Storm and watch her story develop just made this one so much stronger and more compelling. I don’t want to say too much as I would hate to give spoilers as there are a few points that you will feel like the rugs been pulled from under you and you will just adore it!! I love how Gwyn McNamee brings the city of New Orleans to life in the pages almost like another character along with the buildings and the description they will blow you away, the passion and drama written between the pages are simply sublime, if you haven’t read this series then you need to go buy them all, it’s such a powerful series that you can’t miss.
Jenny Black 27 days ago
This was an emotional story throughout the book. This wasn't like the others that had it bits and pieces. You feel Storm's pain the whole time. Which is understandable with what she is going through. I felt so much for Storm, and I couldn't help but be happy when Landon was able to be there for her. Bits and pieces of the past come back, but I was still left on my toes wondering how it would all play out. I wasn't dissatisfied. This was an emotional rollercoaster, but it's worth the ride. To get the fullest experience of this story you MUST read the other books, in order.
ViperSpaulding 27 days ago
Rising from the ashes, Storm rebuilds her life after a devastating tragedy. No one paid a higher price for the betrayal of a family friend than Storm, who's beloved husband Ben was killed by the mobster they once trusted. Six months later, she still can't find her way out of the darkness that is threatening to pull her under completely. The very last thing she's ready for is another relationship. Landon fled Chicago when his own life fell apart. His answer to being betrayed is to never let his heart open for punishment again. But that doesn't mean he can't appreciate the need to escape his emotional turmoil through physical satisfaction. He can see that Storm is a kindred spirit, and he sets out to help her find the same release and satisfaction. Soon, their priorities are focused on the sinister threats that threaten to shatter her new lease on life. If you like having your heart ripped open for characters that feel everything on the deepest level, this was written for you. Secrets are revealed, past alliances are examined anew, and the very meaning of life becomes abundantly clear. This is a gripping, emotionally-cathartic love story that reaffirms the fundamentals of love, life, and family. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.