Review by Gloria Lakritz
Sr Reviewer and Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild
From the moment we met Aaron Roberts and David Collins they were lost. Each foundering, searching for better. What was a hook-up for a cold snowy Detroit night gave them hope for something more. We have followed them from the meet in ‘Into the Gray’, thru the angst of the baggage of their pasts, in ‘A Lighter Shade of Blue’ to this shorter novella ‘The Violet Skies of Morning’.
If you know anything about Mr., Feeley’s writing, it is his wonderful descriptive ability of sharing the oncoming storm! Black clouds, thunder heads and lightning … fear to rip you apart. In this novella he takes license to add a horrific storm to the lives of Aaron and Collin to work out; now losing everything they own from a devastating set of tornados that rip apart their town. He tests the strength of the relationship they have made together since meet them in the first two books. We watch them on the decisions they make for their future… Again, a nice addition. One question Mr. Feeley if there is a #4…Will it be Hail, Locusts or Pestilence?