About Dakota Storm:
What if the one that got away came back?
Once burned, twice hell naw. It had taken Misty Evans four long years to get her life back on track, so there was no way in hell she was going to hook back up with the boy who’d derailed it. She’d just graduated college, nailed down her dream job, and was set to head out of Garner, the small town that held too many memories she wanted to forget. David was nothing but a roadblock, and she wouldn’t hesitate to blow past him going ninety, a one-finger salute her only goodbye.
Whoever said you couldn’t go home again had never lived in Garner, South Dakota.
David Buchanan allowed guilt, family trouble, and fear chase him out of his hometown four years ago, but now that he’d pulled a stint in the Marine Corps, he was built to adapt and overcome. Unfortunately, the Marine Corps had never prepared him for the wall that Misty had built. Those bricks were damn near impenetrable. But one thing he’d learned from his past mistakes–you never give up on those you love.
A Dakota storm changes everything.
As Misty struggles with memories and desires she hasn’t felt in years, a tornado slams through Garner, obliterating everything it touches–including the wall she’d erected between herself and David. Though common sense tells her to reconstruct it and keep a safe distance from the boy who’d broken her heart, the real reason David left Garner surfaces, and she’s suddenly faced with a future that she’d once thought was dead and buried.
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