Sunday, February 22, 2009

A Tale of Two Wyatt's

Or a least a brief mention of the fact.

Seduced by the Storm (ACRO Series, #3) Seduced by the Storm by Sydney Croft

My review

rating: 5 of 5 stars
It's a little discombobulating to read a novel that has a hero with the same name as mine, but boy howdy. I want Wyatt Kennedy's powers.


It feels like a trilogy of stories has concluded with this installment and, given the title of the next book doesn't have "Storm" in it and the weather weapon plot is all tied up, I'm eager to see where the series goes next.

It's a testament to the combined skills of the Croft writing duo that I am as enthralled by the continuing sub-plots as by the main story line. Annika and Creed have been favorites of mine since their first appearance, and their happy ending was hard-won and well-worth a three-book wait. The revelations about Creed's past were nice surprises, and I admit it--I cried when Oz killed himself. It was one of the most touching and wrenching scenes I've read in a long time.

Faith and Wyatt were a fascinating pairing. I've always been a sucker for telekinetic abilities, and the way theirs complimented each other was terrific. A man tossing furniture around with his mind is damned hot. And while I expected Sean to play a larger role in the story, I liked Faith's difficult decision to kill him.

Book four in the ACRO series comes out this summer. *eyes the calendar* *groans*

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