STORM OF VISIONS
by Christina Dodd

August 2009
ISBN: 978-0-451-22763-8
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Mass Market Paperback
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Long ago when humanity was still struggling to evolve a pair of twins was born. One was the light, the other dark and bore the mark of evil. From them sprung a race of beings that still walk the earth today, known as The Chosen. These beings are the last hope of the human race for the definitive fight against Satan is about to begin.


Jacqueline Vargha thought that moving to the Napa Valley would keep her out of the long reach of her infamous mother, Zusane. She is very wrong, especially while at work at a winery tasting room Jacqueline spots a dark dangerous man, a man she had hoped to never see again, but could not get out of her heart, Caleb D’Angelo.


Caleb D’Angelo owes everything he is today to Zusane, who had rescued him and his mother when Caleb was a child. Following his employer’s orders to retrieve her wayward daughter and bring her back to New York, Caleb uses what works best on Jacqueline, sex. The Chosen must rise again to fight the forces of darkness if mankind is to survive. Jacqueline must claim her place with these powerful beings and ride out the Storm of Visions that is her destiny along with her true love, Caleb.


Best selling author Christina Dodd follows on the heels of her explosive The Chosen One series with Storm of Visions. I loved that series and anxiously awaited this one, and was very disappointed. The plotline is jumbled and chaotic, with little or no explanations made to why things are happening. One minute Jacqueline is acting like Caleb is a stranger to her, and the next she is having wild sex with him! Then the story jumps from California to New York City, and we are at a subway station, huh? Why, is Jacqueline needed in New York, and who are all these people gathered there? Few cohesive threads hold the story together. There is no chemistry felt between the main protagonists, and Storm of Visions was just a total let down.


Reviewed in August 2009 by Bonnie.

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