Thursday, September 26, 2013

Review: Force of Nature by Sydney Logan

Title: Force of Nature
Author: Sydney Logan
Rating: 4 Stars
Source: Amazon

A short, sweet read about young love.

Force of Nature is about a young college student, Laura Pratt, and how her lack of respect for the forces of nature leads her head first into the arms of a fellow student whom she’s secretly been pining over.
Living in Tornado Alley has caused twenty-two year old Laura Pratt to grow cynical when it comes to storm warnings. When a tornado rips its way through her college campus, Laura finds herself trapped in the library basement with fellow music major and longtime crush Aiden Barnes. After the storm passes, and the two are faced with the harsh reality of Mother Nature’s vengeance, will Laura and Aiden emerge from the rubble with their hearts intact?

I was first introduced to this author through an anthology, Romantic Interludes. And just as with the story I read from her before, Force of Nature had a very cute quality to it that in many ways is refreshing. You won’t find any bad boys lurking in this one. Aiden is beyond sweet, almost to a fault. My one complaint with this story is that I would like to it to have had a little more heat. I’m not saying they needed to jump into bed and get all hot and heavy, but I would like to have felt that conflict a little more…the wanting to find the nearest flat surface and go at each other.

As a whole, I enjoyed the story, and look forward to reading more of this authors work in the future.

Sydney Logan is an Amazon bestselling author and holds a Master’s degree in Elementary Education. With the 2012 release of her first novel, Lessons Learned, she made the transition from bookworm to author. Her second novel, Mountain Charm, was released in July 2013. She is also the author of two short stories: “Mistletoe Magic,” available exclusively on Amazon Kindle, and “Stupid Cupid,” which is featured in the Romantic Interludes compilation. 

Sydney has a very unhealthy obsession with music, and her iPod is filled with everything from Johnny Cash to Eminem. When she isn't reading or writing, she enjoys playing piano and relaxing on her front porch at her home in East Tennessee with her wonderful husband and their very spoiled cat. 

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