Ty Remington is a member of PEAK, he hasn't flown since the crash, and blames himself , yet he shows up whenever PEAK gets a call. He still thinks about Brette, the girl he met a year ago and has been praying for ever since she disappeared from the hospital.
Brette made it through her treatment, but lost her faith. She's become a stormchaser, and loves the thrill of risking it all for a good shot. After a tornado devastates a town in Minnesota, Ty and his team come back into her life, is there a future for her with the man she ran from a year ago?
When a tornado hits in Minnesota, leaving their team leader, Chet, missing, Ty is determined to do everything in his power to bring him home safe. Ty is surprised to find Brette in Minnesota, will they be able to rekindle their friendship and recover the missing people before it's too late?
Ty wants to be a good friend to Brette, even though she keeps pushing him away. It break his heart when he finds out what she went through all by herself. He knows that there are things that she doesn't want to talk about, but he tries to be there, and respect her wishes, but he also shares some of his own struggles. Ty is honest about his feelings for Brette, but doesn't push and keeps praying for her.
I loved how this book still follows the team members form previous books, like Ben and Kacey, who are still trying to work their wedding in around crazy schedules.
Brette comes to admire Ty and face her fears, I love how they work together to track down the missing people.
Action packed, full of tension, with a lot going on. I like revisiting past characters from the previous books, and I like how this series continues to follow them even after they fall in love. Great interaction and plenty of adventure, I can't wait for the next book in the series!
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