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The Mighty Storm (The Storm #1)

A rock-and-roll love trianglea music journalists story of a lifetimethe bad boy front man who broke her heart.Tru Bennett was just fourteen years old when her best friend and first love, Jake Wethers, moved from England to America and left her brokenhearted. Now twelve years later, Jake is the worlds biggest rock star, lead singer of The Mighty Storm and every womans bad-boy fantasy. Every woman, that is, except Tru.A successful music journalist, Tru knows better than to mix business with pleasure. But then she receives the assignment of a lifetime: interview Jake before his band launches its highly anticipated world tour. Tru vows to keep the meeting strictly professionalbut nothing can prepare her for the sparks that fly the moment their eyes meet again.Now Jake wants Tru to join the band on tour, offering her a behind-the-scenes exclusive that any journalist would kill for. Theres just one problem: Trus boyfriend, Will. Can their relationship withstand Tru hitting the road with rock and rolls most notorious womanizer? Or will she risk it all for a second chance with the one who got away?...

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The Mighty Storm (The Storm #1) Reviews

  • Spoiler Whore-Momoa rounds down on her reviews so fuck off

    This is one of the reasons I love to read. I love to get sucked into a story, love to put myself in a heroine's position, go thru the emotions of said heroine and come out with a HEA. Especially if the hero is from a childhood/teenage crush.

    Trudy Bennett is given the opportunity to interview Jake Wethers, lead singer to The Mighty Storm, her former BF and childhood crush. She works as a columnist for a magazine in the UK where she and Jake were once neighbors until he moved to the US. Jake Wethe

  • Tough Critic Book Reviews

    3.5 stars

    My cherry has been popped! I am no longer a Samantha Towle virgin. This little minx is definitely someone I'd do again! I was touched in all the right places and teased with an assortment of intense emotions.

    So if the "sex" was so good, why not more stars? Because I wasn't "turned-on" right away. The book didn't really start for me until the tour when things really started to happen, but then it gave it to me way too fast! The second half was so effin amazing; I definitely wanted more

  • Wendy

    Thoroughly enjoyed the music component of this story. What didn't work for me was the infidelity that occurs and I just didn't feel the emotion between Jake and Tru as much as I would have liked to.

    All in all it had lots of drama and I would have bumped this up to 4 stars, if the heroine didn't grate on my nerves so much with her indecisiveness.

  • Christy

    Wow... this book had me a mess! It was an emotional roller coaster for me, but I could not put it down! Really happy to hear there is going to be a second one! If you enjoyed thoughtless (s.c. stephens) You will love this!

  • Stacia (the 2010 club)

    2.5 stars.

    You are only allowed to read this review if one of these three things applies to you :

    1. You've read this book.

    2. You have no plans of reading this book, so spoilers will not be an issue for you.

    3. You plan on reading the book but don't mind a few spoilers because you want to read my awesome half-assed review (okay, so the narcissism was unnecessary, but you get my point).

    I'm not going to lie, I was a hair nervous to read this book.

    I know that a couple of my friends on GR were involved

    "Joder," I whisper.

    He grabs my hair, kissing me hard on the mouth.

    I really liked Jake. He was sexy, funny, cocky, interesting and thoughtful. His long-standing love and devotion toward Tru was adorable to watch. His issues and questionable acts of retaliation didn't really bother me because he had a lot on his plate and Tru didn't always make things easy for him (again, I've seen worse, so I tend to let things slide when some books take the behavior and amp it up way beyond this). The sex was nice and the love story was sweet. These are the things I actually didn't have a problem with.

    But yeah, there were a few moments that I could have lived without...

    Now I see that Jake is my mighty storm. He's fifty shades of fucked up broken and complex, and no one knows him like I do, or ever will. He needs me.

    *innocent whistle* You didn't see my revision there, right?

    Now let's address the last 1/3 of the story :

    Honestly, I felt like the story should have ended when Jake and Tru got together the first time.

    Tackling a drug issue during the last 100 pages of the book was just rushed and somewhat sloppy. In order to really give the proper amount of focus to this, there should have been more time allotted for the second part of the story. I would have preferred to have seen this book end at the part where you "thought" a HEA was going to happen, and the second part of the story broken off into another book. Otherwise, I would have preferred to have seen Jake and Tru get together much earlier on and had less focus on Will. Perhaps there shouldn't have been a love triangle after all. These two could have reconnected, then a focus might have been put on the problems that a fledgling couple thrown into the midst of fame and paparazzi stalking would have gone through. Either way, it felt like we had two separate books clashing with each other in one binding.

    Who should read this?

    Fans of high-drama books would probably enjoy this story. If you liked Thoughtless, then you'll probably find Mighty Storm to be a good fit. If you didn't like Thoughtless, but only because of the repetitiveness, then there's still a chance that you'll enjoy Mighty Storm.

    If you can't handle cheating in any form, then you'll want to skip this one. ...more

  • Navessa

    WARNING: Unpopular opinion time.

    This is, without a doubt, the most redundant book I’ve ever read. It’s really repetitive. I mean, the MC’s inner monologue is on some sort of replay. Her thoughts are cyclical. One might even say that there’s a recurring theme. She thinks the same shit over and over again. Sometimes not even in a different way, she just repeats the same information with different wording. It’s like she can’t break free of her habitual thoughts. Over and over again you’re given the

  • Kristin (KC) - Traveling Sister

    Enjoyed this book! The writing was direct and fairly simple, but the story was engaging and I really loved the characters. The book had a sweet, fun start that slowly evolved into a more in-depth, emotional read.

    When music journalist Trudy Bennett gets hired to interview one of the world's most famous and sexy rock stars, "Jake Wethers", she is extremely surprised and reluctant. Jake was Tru's first love. They were childhood best friends until life separated them at the age of fourteen, leaving

  • Lisa

    The Mighty Storm was a completely invigorating, mindblowing ride on the Angst Express! I am an angst addict and get really crabby when I don’t read something angsty for awhile. Let’s just say I should be happy for days and days!

    The Mighty Storm is my first Samantha Towle experience and it will not be my last. When I read a great, angst filled romance, my heart beats faster and I can feel every little twist and turn in the relationship in my chest. This book had me all in a flutter, a flutter tha