Lightning Strikes

Lightning Strikes After a storm a major power outage leaves two at odds neighbors dependent on each other Forced to unite will their animosity for each other crash like thunder or will they discover love as lightning

  • Title: Lightning Strikes
  • Author: Carlene Havel Bonnie McCune Josie Riviera Trinity Hart Kim McMahill
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After a storm, a major power outage leaves two at odds neighbors dependent on each other Forced to unite, will their animosity for each other crash like thunder or will they discover love as lightning strikes

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      Posted by:Carlene Havel Bonnie McCune Josie Riviera Trinity Hart Kim McMahill
      Published :2018-010-09T19:07:23+00:00

    1 thought on “Lightning Strikes”

    1. This book was pretty pathetic. Honestly, truly and utterly pathetic. Another freebie that is really not even worth the time and trouble of downloading. Rachel is at home when the storms hits. Luke is home too, in the apartment above Rachel's place. Without electricity, Rachel cannot complete her column which is due in the next morning. Luke kindly takes her in for the storm's duration cooking her dinner and saving kittens with her??Both of these characters were shallow, stupid and one-dimensiona [...]

    2. Part 1 of a 3 part Writing Round Robin,Books involved are: Lightening Strikes, After the Storm, and Blizzard Wedding.Now, if you are not familiar with "round robin" writing, it's a BLAST. One writer starts the story, writes so much, then hands the story off to the next writer. There are NO RULES!!! The next writer can take the story wherever they want. When they are done, the story is passed along to a 3rd, writer, and so forth, until you run out of writers, or the story is completed. (hopefully [...]

    3. Another freebie from that wasn't clearly marked as "Christian." I quit reading when they started praying while climbing down a storm drain to rescue a momma cat and kittens. I found them to be stupid people for a)going down a storm drain during a storm, b) endangering their lives to rescue cats. I love cats. I would have tried to rescue the bedraggled beggars as well. However, this just went way beyond nonsense.

    4. I was recently away on a project and didn't have much time to read. After finishing, I desperately needed something that would take away the stress. I was glad that I had downloaded Lightning Strikes. It was just what I needed. It was an interesting story line. A funny and well written, easy to read book. I really enjoyed it and would certainly recommend it to anyone who likes to read a short romance book.

    5. A fairly cute novella, felt way too rushed though. The Christian elements really didn't seem to go with the story, just thrown in there. Maybe it will make sense with the next one. Cute cover. Makes me think of the song "I'm just a fellow, a fellow with an umbrella" Next book: After the Storm

    6. I was ready for something very short (and sweet) and this is exactly what I got! It was like reading a short story in a magazine. This story was only 3 chapters. I have the next 2 novellas in the series already downloaded and ready. They are: After the Storm, and A Blizzard Christmas. You can download all 3 novellas for free at: prismbookgroup Enjoy!

    7. This is a three chapter, short story. I guess for a short story it kept my attention but really needed to be a whole lot longer.

    8. Each day has the distinct possibility of being uniquely adventuress and hunger is a perfect catalyst and great motivator. Rachel Harmon is a young ambitious journalist working for a local rag known as This Week. I’m sure everyone has experienced one of those Friday the thirteenth days when absolutely everything seems to go wrong. After a very busy day where foregoing meals was the rule rather than the exception, Rachel arrives home just as a great thunder storm begins to break. Before her micr [...]

    9. Interesting concept — multiple authors writing in round-robin style, taking the story wherever they want. Much like a game we used to play as kids where someone starts the story with a sentence or two and then the next person takes it up. I assume that this was done in a single sitting, with very little editing. If that's the case, then it worked surprisingly well — even if there was editing, it was good. This short story or novella seems like a pretty typical clean romance story. The part [...]

    10. Lightning Strikes Written in round-robin style by:Carlene Havel, Bonnie McCune, Josie Riviera, Trinity Hart & Kim McMahillLuke and Rachel are neighbors in a condo. Rachel is a workaholic and she considers her upstairs neighbor annoying as he's always happy and playing Christian music. When a storm hits and Rachel can't work on her laptop, heat her supper in the microwave or do much of anything….Luke invites her to eat with him. Quite an enlightening moment night for her.Looking forward to [...]

    11. This book is a round robin style story written by Bonnie McCune, Josie Riviera, Trinity Hart, Kim McMahill, and Carlene HavelThis was a very short story and while I really liked parts of it, the rest fell flat for me. I think it was way to short to have so much packed into it and the Christian part of the book made no sense to me. I wish that , , or someone would announce that a book is Christian before I start reading it. I like a good Christian romance but I really like to know when I am getti [...]

    12. This was pretty good. I liked the characters and the plot. The ending was good too. A more relaxing book that's good for a 'rainy day' read. I enjoyed reading this, although it was pretty short. I don't really think I would read it again but it wasn't a waste of time. It did bring guilt to me, I'm not really up-to-date in the religion department and this was a gentle reminder. Shame shame on me. Overall a good read with some spontaneous actions thrown in. (Kindle freebie) Enjoy

    13. Okay , so this is the first in a series of three and I read the second one first duh me ! Glad it's a short story ;-)Cute intro story and does leave you wondering what's next ( even though I knew-ha ha !).

    14. A round-robin story created by several authors, this was surprisingly good. It not only held my interest and was complete on its own, but had romance, conflict, storms, power outages, and an animal rescue. I recommend it, and intend to read the rest of the series.

    15. This was a locely little read hac tree things that made this book very enjoyable for me romance, humour and suspense, I am glad it all worked out with the right person in the end.

    16. Short read. Very cute for what it was. There are two sequels to it. Read all three novellas in about 2 hours.

    17. This is a short story. It was cute and refreshing. I read it on a stormy day and it was perfect! Clean and light read. I think this may be label under christian category, not sure.

    18. Surprise!When we stop being self-centered, we learn that the world is really not a not a bad place to live

    19. Very short 24 pages.I really could read more about Rachel and Luke. Loved the storm, mother cat and kittensally could be vamped up. This had potential to me to be a great novella.

    20. Ends all to soon.Ends all to soon.This a very short story. I was desiring more depth to the plot, than ending up in an mud filled sewer. Yuck!

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