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Sunday, April 5, 2009
Review - Storm Chasing by Donica Covey
Title: Storm Chasing
Author: Donica Covey
Publisher: Champagne Books
Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed by: Mickey
What is more dangerous than a bored witch with time on her hands and the whole world as her playground; try four witches with immense power and the will to cause mischief. In Donica Covey’s Storm Chasing four sisters find themselves facing another springtime with nothing to do when one decides to challenge to her sisters to a contest. The terms: the first one who can make a human male fall in love with her without using any magic, only her natural charms, will be the winner. They each agree to the challenge and decide upon their Aunt Meggie as their Judge, and the person who assigns them each a chaperon; after all they need to be honest about following the rules, don’t they? It all seems fairly simple and easy; at least that is what Storm Duile believes until she finds herself in Red Cabin, Oklahoma trying to capture the attention of Vance Nodin, her human male.
While Vance might be a local meteorologist and Storm Chaser, with tornados as his passion, he’s not an easy man to find and pin down. Storm’s elemental power is the wind and she is able to control the storms that result, but any advantage she would have does not really exist because she is not allowed to use her magic. The beauty of Storm Chasing is not just the romance which is very well written, with a nice touch of sensuality, spice and humor, but also Ms. Covey’s use of so many well-developed and charming secondary characters. Fortunately for her fans, Storm’s sisters are destined to have their own books too, and I am sure there are more than a few other characters that the readers will hope to see again as well. This is a very enjoyable book; I have little doubt the others in the series will be just as entertaining.