From USA Today best selling author R.J. Prescott...
Marie Kelly is a survivor who doesn’t know when to quit. Against all odds, she’s living a life she never dreamed she could have. It was enough… until a stubborn fighter makes her want more.
Irish charmer Kieran Doherty has been a fighter at Driscoll’s Gym for most of his life. He’s been content to let his best friend take the spotlight, now it’s his turn to make a name for himself in the world of heavy weight champions. Falling in love is the one thing he vowed never to do, but meeting Marie changed everything.
It’s easy to imagine a happy ever after when the sun is shining. But when the storm comes, and all hope seems lost, they both learn that if you want something badly enough, you have to be willing to fight for it.
This is a stand alone companion novel to The Hurricane and The Aftermath.
Stong language and scenes of a sexual nature mean that this is intended for readers aged 18+.
A solid 4.5 ++++
There are few authors for whom I will drop everything to read - RJ Prescott is one of them. "The Storm" made me laugh and cry which usually means an automatic 5 star rating. Two things bothered me - 1) parts of the climax rang borderline melodramatic and 2) there were editing errors (missing words, misnamed characters, etc.) which pulled me out of the story far too often. That said, it was still a great book and I look forward to more from Driscoll's Gym.