Check the forecast for the series that's "an addictive force of nature that will suck you in ." (News and Sentinel)Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin and her new husband, the Djinn David, are running from a malevolent hurricane bent on destroying her. Joined by an army of fellow Wardens and Djinn... show more
Check the forecast for the series that's "an addictive force of nature that will suck you in ." (News and Sentinel)Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin and her new husband, the Djinn David, are running from a malevolent hurricane bent on destroying her. Joined by an army of fellow Wardens and Djinn onboard a hijacked luxury liner, Joanne has lured the storm into furious pursuit. But even their combined magic may not be enough to stop it-nor the power-mad ex-Weather Warden controlling it...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 4th 2009
Pages no: 305
Edition language: English
Series: Weather Warden (#8)
Interesting story....Joanne plays the antagonist some in this book rather than the other way around, but I feel Ms. Caine just slightly missed on developing Joanne as the bad guy. I enjoyed it as part of the overall saga....one more to finish this overall story.
Now sort of kind of married, Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin and the love of her life, chief Djinn David, are facing a whole new world of evil. Bad Bob, true to the nickname that had once been a badge of admiration from his fellow Weather Wardens, has activated the demon mark tattooed on Jo's back an...
Much improved over last volume. Unexpected twists and ending. Already started final volume, "Total Eclipse."
Read: 09/2010Re-Read: 09/20133.5 StarsA crazy, devastating, emotional story that had me hook, line and sinker. From a series perspective, Cape Storm isn't my favorite book in the series but it kept my attention from start to finish regardless.
The last 70 pages saved this book. I struggled to get through the first half. Jo was in a dark place, and there was a reason for it, but her actions and attitude were so Anti-Jo that I couldn't stand her. Match that with issues with Lewis and a sense that we'd fallen backwards a bit - you get my lea...