Book Reviews of Desert Storm

Desert Storm
Desert Storm
Author: Nan Ryan
ISBN-13: 9780061085147
ISBN-10: 0061085146
Publication Date: 3/1997
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Harpercollins (Mm)
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Why?... The characters do have chemistry, you know what I mean, your heart squeezes painfully when something pulls them apart and your stomach contracts when they're together and that's all well and good, yummy and delicious, but they have to TALK! Throughout the book there were *mass misunderstandings* and as I quickly read through the book I realized there were less and less pages, when were these things going to be brought out into the open and resolved?! Some of it was, finally, but not much was dedicated to it. I *love* to escape in a romance novel, but this book was filled with soooo much steamy sex, I would have certainly have traded a scene or two to fill in a lot of the blanks. More about her childhood, her mother and father, and why all the sudden she has a twin? Where was her mother? Why did her father treat her the way he did, verbally, emotionally, and physically? Why were her next door neighbors who thought of her as the daughter they could never have even mentioned once if not again? All the sudden Pecos' father is not really his father, he's the result of a love affair and his true father did make an brief appearance in the book but never got to meet his son or even know he had one? And at least have Pecos (the hunk) say he was sorry for treating Angie so poorly, never believing her! He never even officially proposed!
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Another good nan ryan.
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headed to Texas to meet her future husband...Angie falls in love with his son...