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As bodies pile up in the wake of a storm—stripped, tortured and grimly posed—authorities must admit the unthinkable. The serial killer dubbed the Stormchaser has returned following a tornado and taken it upon himself to bring the death toll up to where he believes it belongs.
FBI investigator Wade Luckett is back on the case, assisted by an agent Wade knows professionally and personally: his ex-wife, Jo. Neither time nor the tragedy that tore them apart have blunted the ache Wade feels for brave, beautiful Jo. And though she tries to deny it, she feels the same. But the stirrings of renewed romance will have to wait until they catch a killer.
The Stormchaser has no intention of getting caught. He's set his sights on a new victim. Jo can forget about the lifetime she dreams of spending with Wade. She'll be lucky to see another day.
We met The Stormchaser in the first book in this awesome new series by Sharon Sala "Going Once". In that book an extremely deranged man was going out just after natural disasters killing people, to get revenge on the government because his wife died while they were waiting to be rescued after Hurricane Katrina.
Three FBI Agents were on his trail and they thought they had killed him after he almost killed Tate's sweetheart Nola. Very obviously, though, he is not dead.
Tornado Alley... Tornado's ravage the Midwest and the Stormchaser is on the move again. Tate and his FBI buds head west to try and catch him again. The FBI higher ups decide to send in a new agent, Jo.. who happens to be Wade's ex-wife. Life tore Jo and Wade apart when she is shot while on the job and loses their unborn son.
Now, they have to work together to try and catch the Stormchaser. Once again, he focuses on the love interest because they aren't part of the original "chase" and they need to go.
Yep, I LOOOOOVED It. Ms Sala has done no wrong in a long time. I sit down with her books and don't look up again til I am finished. And if y'all haven't started following her Facebook page, you really need to. It is SO interesting! She is taking care of her elderly mother, who is spiraling quickly with dementia. She posts daily adventures with her mother, and as frustrating as it has to be for her, it is highly entertaining and, honestly, reading her posts prepares me for the future when my own parents will go down that road. She really needs to write a book about her journey!
Okay, I am off.. Go Read This Book!