Sweet, emotional, with a sexy side, Hurricane was an engrossing second chance love story and a good start to this new series. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures
The Prospect and the President’s daughter finally get their HEA…..
Remington “Remy” Sawyer
For most of my life I’ve been the person who lived with the hand he was dealt. Not much in my life have I had a say in. Birthed by parents I don’t talk to, I was raised by the only person who ever cared for me – my brother, Cash. Under his guidance, I’ve become the person I am today.
Productive member of society, and patched brother in the Heaven Hill MC.
I don’t want for anything, other than Tatum Walker.
We had a shot, and we both screwed it up……massively.
Tatum “Tate” Walker
Being the daughter of the President of the Heaven Hill MC is a burden, but one I’ll face every day with pride. It’s hard for me to know what people like me for. Is it my personality, my looks, or are they trying to get close to the Club? There’s one person I’ve never doubted.
A year ago we had one night of almost passion – that ended with me walking away in tears – and him walking away in anger.
Some time away from each other has given us perspective.
Now, instead of the storm of chaos that was our one attempt at a relationship, we’re both ready for calm.
And nothing, they say, is as calm – as the eye of a Hurricane.
I’ve been reading Laramie Briscoe since her first book released and there is no denying that the Heaven Hill series has been popular with readers and why she is now writing the stories of the original character’s offspring. Hurricane is the first book in the HH Generations series although it could be argued that Drew and his sister Mandy’s books could have easily fit into this new series especially given some interesting developments in this book. This is the story of Tatum Walker, Heaven Hill MC’s president’s youngest and only biological child and Remy Sawyer, a club member with a despicable past. These are young characters, with Tatum being 20 and still trying to figure out her life and while Remy is 27 and an “old soul” due to his upbringing, as far as relationships go he is just as young as Tatum. I enjoyed this book in that I felt these two brought out the best in one another despite the mistakes they made about one year before this book takes place and it made me happy to see that they’ve both matured and are willing to admit their mistakes, apologize and move on. I wish Ms. Briscoe would have delved a bit deeper into their childhoods and adolescence especially for those readers who might not have read the previous books, however I was extremely happy with the outcome of their story.
All of her life Tatum has pretty much been on a pedestal by her parents, her half siblings, and the club members who have watched her grow up. She was a bit spoiled and that was evident when she did something when she didn’t get her way and ended up not only hurting herself, but Remy, the man she has wanted for years. A year later they are still at odds, but Remy has had enough and realizes he either needs her in his life or ne needs to move on. I applaud Remy for seeking out advice and for the way he approached her and made her want to listen and spend time with him and for going to her father when he realized he wanted to pursue a relationship with her. The respect he was taught by his brother, Cash and Cash’s wife, Harper came through loud and clear over and over in this book. I loved that he was able to open up a part of his life he hadn’t shared with anyone else and by doing that proved to her that she was important in his life. They made mistakes in the past and they did so again in this book, but given their age that is not uncommon and in the end they did learn from them and they also learned that communication is key in a relationship. I thought the physical aspect of their relationship moved at a realistic pace for this couple especially given their history.
I had a bit of an issue with a side story involving Remy’s parents as it seemed to make no sense other than to add some drama that wasn’t necessary and there was no logical conclusion to it. Why did they come back? What was their purpose? And most of all, did they not realize that their actions against Tatum wouldn’t put them in a bad place with the MC? I felt like them being there made no sense and then it was swept under the carpet and forgotten way too easily and honestly, I could have done without this part of the story because Tatum and Remy figuring out how to own up to their mistakes and move forward offered enough conflict for me.
It was easy to be happy for these two young people to find their way back to one another. I loved seeing Remy really come into his own and most of all I enjoyed seeing Tatum show some real growth in her thoughts and actions. Sweet, emotional, with a sexy side, Hurricane was an engrossing second chance love story and a good start to this new series.
Laramie Briscoe is the best-selling author of the Heaven Hill Series & the Rockin’ Country Series.Since self-publishing her first book in May of 2013, Laramie Briscoe has published over 10 books. She’s appeared on the Top 100 Bestselling E-books Lists on iBooks, Amazon Kindle, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. She’s been called “a very young Maya Banks” (Amazon reviewer) and her books have been accused of being “sexy, family-oriented, romances with heart”.
When she’s not writing alpha males who seriously love their women, she loves spending time with friends, reading, and marathoning shows on her DVR. Married to her high school sweetheart, Laramie lives in Bowling Green, KY with her husband (the Travel Coordinator) and a sometimes crazy cat named Beau.