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In Hurricane Crimes by Chrys Fey, Beth Kennedy is alone in her house with Hurricane Sabrina beginning to bear down on her Florida home. As she watches the storm through her front window, a car comes zooming down the road and slams into a tree. Beth fights the elements and makes her way to the smashed car, to find a handsome man draped over the steering wheel. Beth pulls him out, drags him home, and the story begins. Donovan Goldwyn is bruised but otherwise fine. Donovan’s picture appears on the TV as a wanted man and Beth’s first reaction is to panic. As the storm rips apart Beth’s home, the two are forced to spend several hours together and they cannot deny the attraction they are feeling towards each other. As the storm’s eye passes over, the two take a canoe through the flooded streets and attempt to prove Donovan's innocence. Together, they are faced with life threatening dangers.
Hurricane Crimes by Chrys Fey is a pure delight. It is a romance first and a suspense novella second, but both are combined in a perfect formula for a wonderful afternoon’s reading. Chrys Fey is a talented author who has blended the best of two genres into one wonderful story. I really enjoyed my afternoon curled up in my favorite chair and reading Hurricane Crimes. This was a love story against all logical odds, but it was impossible not to hope that Beth and Donovan would find happiness together. I highly recommend Hurricane Crimes and can’t wait to read more of Chrys Fey’s books.