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    Easy romance with a very unique premise

    I’m always excited by books that have a different setting or plot and loved the unique premise of Natural Disaster. I was really intrigued about the idea of storm chasers finding love together, as it was definitely a first for me. I also really liked the pairing of seemingly opposite personalities on a weather team. Overall, Natural Disaster was a good novella with interesting characters and a sweet romance. I quite liked the matchup of Guthrie and Luke, especially as they started with a little hostility between them. I also liked how the author developed both characters, slowly unfurling both of their pasts and personalities to add depth to the men and explain past assumptions and behaviors. Although I did appreciate how well Guthrie and Luke worked together, there wasn’t much of a palpable pull between the couple and I wished I had more time to see their chemistry develop and take hold. As much as I can enjoy an easy romance that doesn’t have a lot of bumps or misdirection along the way to a happy ending, I expected more than those initial sparks to fly given Guthrie’s standoffish initial impression with Luke. It seemed like I would get hints, but then the next storm would hit or the scene would close and the momentum was lost. In the end, it was the weather and storm chasing that stole the show for me. The author did a great job setting the scenes and creating intensely emotional moments as Luke and Guthrie tracked and reported on the encroaching storms and tornados. *eARC received via LesCourt Author Services. The author and PA had no influence over this review*

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