Storm Front (Montana Rescue, #5) by Susan May Warren

Storm Front (Montana Rescue, #5)

A tornado has destroyed a small Minnesota community and among the missing are not only a group of students but PEAK Rescue team leader Chet King. Ty Remington will stop at nothing to rescue his mentor, not even when the girl he loved--and lost--walks back into his life. But Brette needs his help more than he knows, despite her stubborn determination to push him away. And when he gets a second chance, loving her just might cost him more than he ca...

Details Storm Front (Montana Rescue, #5)

TitleStorm Front (Montana Rescue, #5)
Release DateMay 1st, 2018
GenreChristian Fiction, Romance, Contemporary, Christian, Suspense, Christian Romance

Reviews Storm Front (Montana Rescue, #5)

  • Hannah
    Edit: Dropping my rating. "Okay" describes it best...cut out all the sloppy romance and I'd be okay, but I just don't like thinking back to grownups acting like teens and refusing to grow up and get a life and instead being stuck in drama. I tried to be nice to the book because I liked where we ended up, but who am I fooling? I thought we ended up there in book one. It's like leaping to the top of a sand heap and sliding down over and over again....
  • Sarah Grace Grzy
    This was the first Susan May Warren novel I have read, and I had high hopes for it. The summary was very intriguing and the beginning captured my interest right away. Unfortunately, due to several reasons, Storm Front just didn't live up to expectations. I found the multiple POVs very confusing, and it drew me out of the story to be constantly switching between four different people's distinct stories. While Ty and Brette are the true main charac...
  • Brittany
    Goodness! What an action-packed addition to the Montana Rescue series! I simply love the way these characters feel like family to me as I read. I have really enjoyed the fact that this series is a nice, long one and that it is also connected to the Montana Fire series, which I love. I highly recommend both of these series of books, and of reading the books in order.Ty was really a stand up guy in Storm Front. I felt for him and for the insecuriti...
  • Staci
    Tons of action in the fifth book of the Montana Rescue Series!Ty continues to be grounded and serve more as a generalist for the PEAK team. Brette is a photographer with storm chasers. She is struggling with her health prognosis and to pay her medical bills. Both find themselves in a Minnesota town devastated by a tornado. The clock is ticking on finding survivors alive. Ty does a great job of finding clues to lead him closer to where the survivo...
  • Susan Snodgrass
    'I know you feel decimated, but don't let your circumstances tell you who God is. Let who God is tell you how to deal with your circumstances.'Reading a novel written by Susan May Warren is akin to going to a powerful church service where the message speaks directly to a situation in your own life. Seriously. I don't know how she manages this; well, yes, I do. She writes under the anointing of the Holy Spirit. Time and time again, I have been min...
  • Aimee (Getting Your Read On)
    I am so obsessed with this series (and the previous series) by Susan May Warren. I watch and wait to see when the next book is coming out and then stalk NetGalley waiting, hoping to see a review copy become available. Honestly, I am a stalker of this series. Why? I love the characters, who cross over throughout the books. They become so familiar to me and that sense of family and belonging shines through. I also love the sense of adventure and da...
  • Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)
    I love this series, but Storm Front began a little slow for me. It picked up the brief relationship between Ty and Brette from two books ago (A Matter of Trust), and there wasn't a strong foundation there to begin with. The first part of the book is definitely plot-centered, but it also begins to show the inner struggles of Ty and Brette that they have faced during their time apart, and are still struggling with. A secondary story line is the fal...
  • Cara Putman
    A twister of a race against nature. The tension comes from a complex crowd of old and new friends and their race against mother nature. The hero is pitch-perfect and swoon-worthy, partly because he doesn't realize it. And the heroine is wounded in such rich ways that only the hero can touch. The layers from past characters add to the novel without making it hard for those who haven't read prior books to keep up.
  • Clara
    Confession: I've had a soft spot for Ty since I first met him, so I had great expectations for this book, which can be dangerous. Based on my 5 stars review you can guess it was a success!What I compleeetly adore about this series is that it's very character driven. Susan May Warren takes her time digging into each character's personality, story, fear, and dreams. And I like that we get to follow side stories in addition to the main one. The roma...
  • Loraine
    Storm Front was definitely a page turner from start to finish packed with plenty of action. Having lived in Texas for many years and dealing with tornadoes, I really enjoyed the premise of the story with the PEAK search and Rescue Team. This is the first book in this series I have read so it took me a few chapters before I got the characters all straight in my head, but it definitely didn't spoil the story for me although I would imagine reading ...
  • Melanie
    Storm Front was written very well, however the main romance was a bit disappointing. I liked the characters, just the romance was not my cup of tea and I can't even explain why, exactly.I enjoyed the storm chasing aspect, even though it was kind of freaky. I liked how previous MC from the series were in this book and it was nice to see what was going on in their lives.All in all, I liked Storm Front, but it was my least favorite of the series so ...
  • Felicity W
    About this book~ " A tornado has destroyed a small Minnesota community, and among the missing are not only a group of students but also PEAK Rescue team leader Chet King. Ty Remington will stop at nothing to rescue his mentor, not even when the girl he loved-and lost- walks back into his life. But Brette needs his help more than he knows, despite her stubborn determination to push him away. And when he gets a second chance, loving her just might ...
  • Mayda
    This fifth book in the Montana Rescue series drops the reader in the continuing storyline. Although the tale is complete in itself, the backstories of the main characters factor in the plot, and while fans of the series know them, new readers do not. Eventually, enough clues are dropped that newbies to the series can mostly figure out the backstories. The characters are well-developed and the intricate plot is an adventurous and exciting one. The...
  • Deena
    When you turn to the first page of a novel by Susan May Warren, you can count on three things:3) She loves her craft.2) She does her research.1) She is passionate about her Jesus.When you read the final page of a novel by Susan May Warren, you can count on three things:3) You've cried buckets of tears.2) You'll have imaginary people as friends forever.1) You're going to want the next book NOW.In "Storm Front" we finally get to know Ty Remington a...
  • Dana Michael
    Storm Front is another adrenaline laced action romance from Susan May Warren. I enjoyed it and got caught up with Ty and Brette during the twisters. I got a little annoyed at times with Brette and also with the secondary romance with Ben and Kacey. I got a little flustered with her. But, in Warren style it all worked out for a thunderous and wonderful ending. I can't wait for the final installment with Pete and Jess!
  • Trixi
    God doesn't promise to keep the storm away, but He says He'll be with me through it. My faith won't protect me from the loss, but it will carry me and keep me from despair. ~page 195High-stakes adventure and tense moments that will steal your breath away are just a few of things you will find while reading this story. Susan Warren is one of my top authors who knows how to throw you in the middle of the action from the start and not let up until t...
  • Laura
    STORM FRONT is the fifth book in this ongoing adventure series Montana Rescue, which isn't limited to just Montana. This particular story is mostly set in Minnesota where the PEAK team is trying to find missing junior high and high school athletes who went missing in the tornado. Add to the fact that a PEAK team member has gone missing with the athletes. Of course they're going to get involved. I started reading the story and discovered the Brett...
  • Madison
    Five stars are not enough to convey the true awesomeness of Storm Front. What is it about this Montana Rescue series? It just gets better and better and better with each book - and they were pretty darn good to start off with. Brette Arnold is tired of facing the challenges constantly thrown her way - the death of first her father then her mother, cancer, assault and now mounting debt - she’s tired of believing in hope when everything seems hop...
  • Rebecca
    "He's loyal to the bone, the kind of friend who shows up without a word of complaint."Ty Remington. Brette Arnold can scarcely believe her eyes; their paths have crossed again. And of course the first words out of his mouth were, "Oh, my gosh, Brette, what happened to you?" Disease has a way of changing a person, from the inside and outside, in her case. That's the reason she fled Ty's comforting presence the first time, he made her feel things t...
  • Karen R
    Wow, the newest book in the Montana Rescue series is a wild ride across the Midwest, as the PEAK team comes to the aid of a town ripped apart by a tornado. Lives are also torn up and restored by faith, prayer, compassion, and love in this latest installment of the series. Recommend reading these in order to get the full back story and better understand the drama behind the dialogue. "God doesn’t promise to keep the storm away, but he says he’...
  • Renee
    What to do when your students borrow your books & you lose track of them? Find your favorites on Kindle Unlimited! . . . Susan May Warren never disappoints. You should be reading her books!! Quotes . . . “Nothing Ty, or any other guy, says will change that. You have to stop seeing yourself through the eyes of your disaster and start seeing the woman you’ve become. Our scars—my scars—are part of the beauty that makes us not only survivors,...
  • Cayla
    Ty, Ty, you got under my skin. Ty was a character I felt like I didnt have a great grasp on in earlier books, plus his and Brette's relationship was so I pretty much was just ready to get to Pete & Jess's story. But I quickly got swept away in Ty & Brette's adventures and loved getting to know them better. I admired Ty's faith and his love for Brette through her fears. The cancer storyline gave that love a stronger foothold an...
  • Andi
    When you open a Susan May Warren book you can count on explosive action, romantic tension, and honest faith that flows through every page like a beautiful ribbon. Ms. Warren loves her craft, and Jesus which is evident through each word she places on the page, and every character she creates. Storm Front starts off in a whirlwind, literally. An entire town is obliterated by a tornado and we get a front row seat as the PEAK Team work together to re...
  • Lucinda
    Another great book in this awesome series!It was great to see Ty and Brette's relationship progress as they went through some personal growth and changes, both together and apart. The theme of trust is a strong one. As usual, catching up with the other PEAK members is always a treat and I especially liked the sweet resolution to Ben and Kacey's relationship. Looks like the next book will bring Pete and Jess's relationship into focus, plus Esme/Sh...
  • Marylin
    I’m at a loss to have words eloquent enough to convey the depth of emotions and feelings I get each time I pick up one of Susan May Warrens’ books. Her stories will teach you, life lessons you never thought you needed to learn and take you to places your mind could not possibly think up. Like chasing down a tornado and running for your life from storm after storm. She does this all in such a way where you as a reader, are drawn in and can’t...
  • Jennifer Robb
    The storms in this book are both literal and figurative. Ty Remington is part of a Search and Rescue (SAR) team. Brette, Jonas, Nixon, and Geena are a storm chasing team. Ty and Brette have a previous history, and their lives intersect again when a tornado hits near where Jonas and Nixon live. The bad weather ruins country-star and sometimes SAR member, Ben's, plan to elope with his fiancee and puts Ben's father among the missing. Jonas's brother...
  • Susan K
    Romance, clean; Christian faith elementsTy and Brette's story, intermingled with Ben and Kacey's struggle to finally become a family was a beautiful read. All of the PEAK team coming together to help find some students and a woman missing after a tornado tears through a small town. Ty came with PEAK, and Brette with a tornado chasing team. Brette's team member has a brother who is one of the missing which brings her back to face Ty, her fears, fe...
  • MJSH
    How does Susan May Warren do it? How can this series just keep getting better and better? Well, I don’t know how she does it but the series DOES get better and better! I’m totally blown away (sorry for the pun) by the storm and tornado chasing in this latest installment of Montana Rescue series. Such intense scenes and adrenaline! And I thought the last book had some pretty serious scenes with the yacht crash! The title Storm Front has severa...
  • Debbie
    "Storm Front" is a Christian romantic suspense novel. It's the fifth book in a series. I'd recommend reading the previous books in the series as there are ongoing story lines that were further developed in this book. For example, Ben and Kacey's relationship crumbled as their wedding was canceled yet again. Some of the misunderstandings that they originally struggled with are back. They must work through their insecurities and the differences in ...
  • Kara
    my rating is 3.5This is such a good book, but I just couldn't get into it as much as I wanted. I saw Brette as reckless and so full of hurts that she intentionally puts herself in danger chasing tornadoes with her team. She didn't win me over, but I was glad to see her journey turn out better after all the running she has done.Ty is such a great man and he doesn't see it! He's determined to love Brette and find those high school teens and...just ...