Title: Storm Crossed
Author: Dani Harper| Series: The Grim Series
Page Length: 375 pages
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Publication Date: (January 9, 2018)
To prepare to read Storm Crossed, book #4 in The Grim Series, written by Dani Harper and published under the Montlake Romance brand. I streamed the audiobook version of Storm Warrior and totally enjoyed the book. Since the audio version isn’t available for download unless I wanted to pay for a subscription to Audible. I had to read Storm Crossed. It took me several starts and stops to finally get through the story. Nonetheless, I can finally say that I finished. I didn’t enjoy this title as much as I did the Storm Warrior, but that might have been because I listened to the first story instead of reading. Now if this title would ever become available as a free audiobook companion with my Kindle Unlimited subscription, I would give this title a second try. Even though the story had a slow pace, I am enjoying the world that Dani Harper has created.
The latest stand-alone novel in Dani Harper’s Grim Series will delight old and new fans alike, transporting them to the ancient fae realm beneath the modern human world, where magic rules and menace abounds…
Heir to a noble fae house, Trahern is forced to watch helplessly as his twin brother is cruelly changed into a grim—a death dog—as punishment for falling in love with the wrong person. Trahern doesn’t believe love exists, but he will do anything to keep his brother alive—even join the Wild Hunt and ride the night skies of the human world.
Lissy Santiago-Callahan believes in love but has no time for it. She’s busy juggling her career as an academic and her home life as a single mom to a young son with Asperger’s. Her hectic life in sleepy eastern Washington is made even more chaotic with the sudden arrival of a demanding fae and his unusual “dog.”
Mortal and immortal have nothing in common, and the attraction between Lissy and Trahern surprises them both. But when their desire places Lissy and her child in the path of a deadly faery feud, will the connection last, or will their separate worlds prove too great a divide?