WEATHERING STORM
by Chevon Gael

June 2004
ISBN: 1-59279-231-6
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Weathering Storm by Chevan Gael is the story of soon to be superstar Jazzmine Storm and romance cover model turned actor, Connor Mckenna.


Jazzmine plays the role of diva extremely well. She believes that the world revolves around her, and that her wants and needs are the only ones that are important. As Weathering Storm unfolds sheíll learn that while her wants and needs are important they also are secondary when youíre discovering love.


Conner McKenna is an actor because he has the face and body Hollywood wants. Itís not the career he had envisioned for himself. He follows the path that has been placed before him because he knows that someday he will not have the face and body, and can at that time truly follow his heart.


Connor and Jazzmine have a mutual hate society at the beginning of the book. They are constantly baiting each other to see who will be the first to back off. Things go from bad to worse when the director of their new film insists they go to a spa together for some training.


Jazzmine canít believe they have to sit together on the flight, and proceeds to get amazingly drunk. When she excuses herself to go to the ladyís room Connor decides itís time to use the menís room. He worries about Jazzmine when sheís not coming back to her seat. That worry is the beginning of the turning point of their relationship.


Upon arrival at the spa they go their separate ways until the personal training actually starts. After the first day of training Jazzmine is soaking her sore muscles when she gets an unexpected surprise in the form of a naked Connor in her bathroom. This proves to be another important point in their relationship.


Weathering Storm is not a book that will heat up your fingers. It will make for an enjoyable quick read. Readers will delight in the way that Jazzmine softens to Connorís heart, and Connor allows himself to be honest about his feeling for Jazzmine.


Reviewed in June 2004 by Sandi.

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