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Breaking The Storm

Posted on May 17, 2015 by in review |

Breaking The Storm Book Cover Breaking The Storm
Credfence Curse #1
Sedona Venez
Paranormal Romance
One Wish Publishing
August, 6th, 2013
Kindle Edition

Stormy Credence was destined to succumb to the Credence family curse--they all did.

When Stormy meets sexy band front man Knox Gunner, there's no denying him. Willing to take a chance on love, Stormy breaks the most important Credence rule, no relationships--ever--a mistake that results in heartbreaking devastation.

Stormy is put to the test one more time, when the one man that she never wanted to see again--'Rock Star' Knox Gunner comes blowing back into her life--back to claim what's his--Stormy. This time he will stop at nothing to prove that she belongs to him in every sense of the word...

If smoking hot sex isn’t your thing, if cliffhangers make you rage, if you hate first-person points of view from the heroine AND the hero... this series is NOT for you! You’ve been warned…

What I Thought


Ok…….So when I first started reading the prologue to Breaking The Storm, I was like…….Woah…….Paranormal romance. Oh no! For some reason paranormal romance was the only genre of romance I steered clear from. I dont know why, I guess books with witches, wolves and vampires weren’t my thing. This here, is a prime example of why you should give everything a try! I couldn’t put it down, read it in a day. Now I want the next book, When Lightening Strikes already. It will definitely be added to my ‘books to buy’ list!

The book starts off with a prologue centuries ago. Where one Fae-witch is trying to proclaim her innocence. She is faced with wolf shifters and the other council, who do not like the Credence family. Its not looking good!

The main story then skips back ahead the centuries, (don’t worry it all links up) where we meet Stormy Credence and Knox Gunner. Storm is a Fae-witch whose family is cursed. After falling in love and revealing their true selves, their loved ones die. Storm knows she has to keep things casual with the men in her life to prevent falling for them.

Until Knox Gunner that is!

Knox has a troubled past, that he is slowly overcoming and is now an up and coming rockstar. He wants Storm but they both have their own secrets and with other people not wanting them to be together, it finally comes between them.

Skip forward another five years. Storm and Knox end up crossing paths. Storm knows Knox is the one man who could break down her walls. Knox wants Storm kneeling before him, submitting to him, as his. Knox is now dealing with being a famous rockstar, whilst Storm is now busy running the family business with her cousin, Light. Together Storm and Light are trying to figure out who it is trying to destroy the family business along with their families legacy. There is a huge twist, which obviously, I’m not going to give away. You will have to read the book for yourselves to find out what is in store for Knox and Storm. What is their fate to be?

At first, as this is a genre of book I haven’t read before, I was a little confused. What’s a wolf shifter and a fae-witch? However I picked it up pretty quickly. How Sedona mixed the paranormal world with the human world was smoothly done. The sex scenes were well written, not over the top. They were quite hot to be honest, but maybe there could of been a bit more dom/sub interaction. A bit more BDSM in there maybe or Knox being a bit more firmer, having a bigger role as a dom.  Storm seemed a little naive to me also, how she didnt realise Knox’ secret, she kind of missed some signs that should of made her stop and think. I did find the story exciting though, It kept me intrigued as to what was going to happen next, hence reading it in a day.

Overall I did really enjoy reading this book, its definitely made me think about trying more paranormal romance books, so I thank you Sedona Venez! 🙂


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