25 June 2014

Caught In The Storm Tour Stop!

What happens when the hunter becomes the hunted?

Kat Snyder has spent years chasing after the man who attacked her and left her for dead. It is her one obsession and she won’t let anyone stand in her way. Now that they are getting closer to finding him she begins to doubt herself and her need for revenge.

Jackson “Jack” Taylor lost the only woman he truly loved. Now that he’s found her again he’s not letting go and will do everything in his power to make her see they can have a life together.

Together they search for the monster who has hurt so many women. The closer they get, the closer they become, until they are both Caught in the Storm.

We have finally made it to the point in this series that now the criminal is being hunted by his victims.  For so long we have watched Jeremy victimize Lexi, Noah, Evie, Anthony, Jackson and Kat, it was finally time they took a stand to regain their life. 
With more crimes and broken hearts and lives left behind by Jeremy, it ends up that the above six aren’t the only ones determined to stop this monster.  The six have decided that the only way to flush him out is for them to be in public and allow him to see the ladies that have escaped his torture.  With police and security heavily involved, their plan can’t fail right? 
Kat is having a hard time not only dealing with what Jeremy did to her but the choices she made in the past.  Jackson is so sweet to her but as we find out the secrets between them, it begins to all make sense why this relationship is so bumpy.
The twist in this story blew me away.  I had spent many hours imagining how I would want Jeremy to suffer while reading the first two books, but the author did better than I could even imagine.  With his demons on over drive, he was a sitting target for someone, but would they have enough anger and hatred to finish the job once and for all. 
Caught in the Storm not only closes the story of Jeremy and what his future is going to hold, it gives us some closure on the story of Lexi and Noah and the birth of their child.  We find out what is going to happen to Evie and Anthony while we finally get to see how Kat and Jackson are going to deal with what happen to her.  Of course we had a healthy dose of the threesome of hilarious old women who crack me up but what I loved and hope is a sign of what to come is the new female that was introduced to the story.  I would love to see what happens with her. 
If you have been waiting for the final piece to this story, the author did not disappoint.  If you are new to this series then what are you waiting for, go get the books, enjoy and be prepared to have your mind twisted and worn out but it is worth it. 
Jeremy Ellison sat on a dirty bed in an even dirtier motel room with his head in his hands, wondering how he ended up here. He’d had her; he was almost able to take the one thing Anthony currently wanted. After pulling himself from the water, he didn’t know what to do or where to go. This was a first for him. He’d lost everything. Everything. He had no laptop, no pictures, nowhere to go, and most importantly, no money.
Sighing, he reached over for the newspapers he had purchased, somewhere in there he’d find what he was looking for. Some old lady from the society pages who had more money than brains. Some way to make a quick buck so that he’d be able to move on to bigger and better things. It was a scam he had perfected over the years. Money and items that he could quickly sell would be his. It was what had afforded him the lifestyle he loved so much, and giving the old ladies a thrill, well, it was the least he could do.
He wanted to scream when he saw his picture and the story about him, staring back. A smaller photo of Anthony and Evie mocked him. They were coming for him; they were all coming for him. Pounding his fists on the bed, his head shook back and forth, his mouth opened in a silent scream.
She sat in the grimy motel room clutching her wig in her trembling hands, staring at the room across the parking lot where she saw him enter a while ago. She never expected to come across him after all this time. It took everything she had not to knock on the door and send the bastard straight to hell. She knew he deserved more pain and putting a bullet in him would be too quick. Now that she knew where he was, she could plan. She had to have a plan. Everything had to be in order. The ending would have to be perfect, exactly what he deserved.
Her hands shook as she thought of what she’d have to do to him, but she hadn’t come this far to back out now.
Glancing at her watch, she knew she had to hurry, she wanted to get back to her files on Jeremy. Now that she knew exactly where he was she needed to make sure everything was up to date and she had all the information on him. Slowly she put the wig back on and walked out of the room into the sunlight. She casually dropped her purse near his car where she attached a tracking device. Picking up her things, she put them back in her purse, then stood up and walked away, never looking back.

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M. Stratton is an International Amazon bestselling author in the romantic suspense and mystery suspense categories for her debut novel After the Storm. She is a self-proclaimed dork that loves to make people laugh and can trip over nothing. Her inner rock star is always on stage performing to a sold out crowd but is quiet and shy on the outside.

She lives with her husband and son in Arizona, which is a big difference from where she grew up north of Chicago Illinois. As an only child she learned to tell herself stories to make the long winters go by quicker while dreaming of summer vacations. Now as an adult she still makes up stories to pass the time, but now she writes them down to share with other people.

When not writing you can find M. watching football (Go Bears!), NASCAR, or classic movies, watching her husband and father restore classic cars, and seeing who can be sillier, her or her son, and of course reading.

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