Take the Storm: Episode 6

Take the Storm: Episode 6

by Rebecca Zanetti

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Take the Storm: Episode 6 by Rebecca Zanetti

Secrets, Sex and Scandals ...

Welcome to Storm, Texas, where passion runs hot, desire runs deep, and secrets have the power to destroy... Get ready. The storm is coming.

Marisol Moreno has spent her youth taking care of her younger siblings. Now, with her sister, Ginny, in crisis, and her brother in the throes of his first real relationship, she doesn't have time for anything else. Especially not the overtures of the incredibly compelling Patrick Murphy.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151218108
Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/29/2015
Series: Rising Storm , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 368,768
File size: 310 KB

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Take the Storm: Episode 6 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Jasmyn9 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed getting a look into Marisol's life and personality. Up until now, I have only been able to see her as the guardian and caregiver for her siblings, but in Take the Storm, we get to see who she is as a person. Unfortunately, that person has been locked away and only came up for breath a couple times. She so embedded in being the perfect parent figure, that she's forgotten about herself. Patrick wants to see her come out of her shell and do something for herself, but his pushing and ultimatums may backfire. Marisol isn't a woman to take demands lightly. The rest of Storm, TX is chugging along with its usual drama. We see glimpses of other characters and Dakota takes an interesting turn in her views on her relationship with the Senator (not for the better). A good addition, with plenty to tease you for what's next.
cntrygirlzroc More than 1 year ago
This is the sixth book in the series. This one is about Marisol and Patrick. Luis and Mallory. Brittany and Marcus. And of course Dakota. Patrick wants a real relationship with Marisol but she keeps putting him off. He tells her to choose: be with him or they move on separately. Luis is still trying to get Mallory to forgive him and she shows up at his house wanting sex. But her brother shows up and drags her home. Brittany continues to see Marcus despite her family's objections. And Dakota thinks the Senator is going to leave his wife for her but she is deluding herself. *RECEIVED A COPY FROM PUBLISHER FOR HONEST REVIEW*
bouncyberthaCR More than 1 year ago
3 - "At some point, you have to shirt or get off the pot." Stars. I finally realized what my problem is with this series while reading the sixth installment. Although every episode has been written extremely well and Rebecca Zanetti’s is no exception. The flow of the many different story-lines has been consistent and the general movement of the plot steady. But, I cannot actually think of one character (and there are many of them) that I actually find particularly likeable, or feel any empathy for. ”We jump in with both feet.” While I think the premise of this series is good, I just think that at this point in the proceedings something or someone should start shining, in fact with the number of characters and the lives they are living it should be more than one. There isn’t anything particularly dislike-able about a lot of them either, but no one really stands out. ”Either you and I move forward, or we stop.” Rebecca integrates Marisol Moreno and Patrick Murphy into this installment, and once again like many of the plot points in the previous novellas it all fizzles out again by the time you finish reading… The thrills and spills of the first episode or two seem to have lost momentum as well to be honest, and I am really interested to see how the last two authors; Lisa Mondello and Dee Davis are actually going to pull it all together into a cohesive conclusion… Storm, Texas is more of a subtle breeze at the moment, rather than a blustering gale. ARC generously provided via InkSlinger PR, in exchange to the above honest review.
Faerie-bookworm More than 1 year ago
This just keeps getting better and better. The drama, lies, and deceit has me hooked, and I can't wait to see how everything comes to light and what happens when it does. The end of the book comes and I groan, not wanting it to end. This soap opera in book form is brilliantly put together. The books just seamlessly continue which is just a testament to how great the authors and editor are. I received a copy from the publisher for an honest review.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Every parent finds it hard to let go. Marisol is having an even harder time. Especially considering that she is raising her siblings. There has been so much turmoil in her life that she is scared to take chances. Can Patrick convince her he is worth taking a risk on? There is always a hidden revelation waiting to be discovered. I am really getting into this series. Will be sad to see it end. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.