Monday, October 26, 2015

Storm Season ~ Anna Marie Kittrell

Storm Season ~ Anna Marie Kittrell

Sometimes the shelter is more dangerous than the storm…

For best friends and high school seniors Molly, Lenni, and Bianca, the future is bright and right around the corner. With graduation just weeks away, the girls are ready to leave behind the emotional insanity of high school and step together into a saner, less dramatic chapter of life.

But when a courageous stranger named Raley Hale risks his life to save the girls from a deadly tornado, his fearlessness leaves them thunderstruck. As his injuries heal, the mysterious hero manages to claim each of the girls’ hearts while reclaiming his strength.

Can friendship survive the brutal winds of jealousy, heartache, and betrayal? Or will graduation from Redbend High really mean goodbye forever?

My Review:  Redbend High will never be the same as graduation draws closer for friends Lenni, Molly, and Bianca. During spring break the girls are saved by a handsome stranger, Rayley, and are tempted by his charms.

Jealously splits the threesome as well as ruins relationships with other people in their lives. As their prom approaches, it appears they’ll all go their separate ways after school is out and never be friends again.

Anna Kittrell has done an excellent job handing an interesting situation involving the three main characters. The emotional wave which develops is carefully told while the suspense kept my interested perked. All this makes this Redbend High novel a treat. 

About The Author: Anna has written stories for as long as she can remember. She still has most of her tattered creations, leftovers she was unable to sell on the playground for a dime, written in childish handwriting on notebook paper, bound with too many staples. Her love of storytelling has grown throughout the years. She is thrilled to learn some people now believe her tales to be worth more than ten cents.

Anna resides in small town Oklahoma with her high school sweetheart-turned-husband Tim, and their teenaged daughter Brandilyn. Anna works as secretary of her hometown middle school—the greatest place on earth this side of Disney World.


Mary L Ball said...

Hi, Victoria, I like your blog. An Storm Season, sounds like a great read. I know I'll enjoy Anna Marie Kittrell's book very much.

Anna Kittrell said...

Thank you so much, Victoria, for featuring Storm Season on your blog. I'm thrilled you enjoyed my story.

Carlene Havel said...

Interesting post. Thanks for sharing!