Saturday, September 8, 2018

Review: Hurricane by Laramie Briscoe

Publication Date: October 21st, 2017 

Series: Heaven Hill Generations #1
Rating: 4 Stars 

Official Blurb:We finally get our happily ever after.....

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.

Remington Sawyer.

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.

Review: This was my very first book by Laramie, and I really enjoyed it. I honestly didn’t know this was a generations book when I first decided to review, and although it wasn’t too hard to follow, I still felt like I should have read the other series. I might have been able to fully connect with the secondary characters more if I would have read it first. It wasn’t confusing, but I felt like I was just missing something because so much stuff and some many people were connected from the “other” series. At least I’m assuming, based on the references that were mentioned.

Remy and Tate shared a night together over a year ago, and both of them messed up in a bad way. Remy pushed her away, and Tate made some choices that weren’t the best. They have been the past years without speaking to each other, and everything has been awkward. Both haven’t been happy since that night, and they are just kind of living day to day, trying to make it through. They finally have a chance to make things right again, but with their pasts holding both of them back, it might be harder than they realized.

I really liked both Tate and Remy. I felt at times Tate was a bit immature, but she was younger, so I knew it would take her a bit to grasp the situation in a new light. I loved the chemistry and connection, and Remy was actually a sweetheart. I really want to go back and read the first books now, and I can’t wait for book 2 in this series.

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