- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2016
- Book 10 of The Weathermen
Erotic Romance, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
Emma Sawyer left Central to start a new life, and for the chance to work at Yates Industries. CEO Atticus Yates is everything she'd expect from one of the infamous Weathermen. Gorgeous, charming, intelligent, and charismatic. When he asks her to lead a pet project of his, she's thrilled for the chance to use her skills.
But Emma left behind a secret in Central that, when it's discovered, might ruin all the progress the Weathermen have made toward finding the hackers responsible for sending The Madeline Project on a course of destruction.
Atticus is part of a group of friends financing the efforts to put a stop to The Madeline Project. The program now has a mind of its own, thanks to a virus called Tommy Twister. These men have power, resources, and money, but they're as ruthless and possessive as the storms ravaging Earth.
They call themselves the Weathermen…
May 18, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
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Emma Sawyer is thrilled to start her new life leading a pet project for Atticus Yates but she left behind a secret that might ruin all the progress the Weathermen have made toward finding the hackers in this sensational romance.
Thrills and passion continue to keep readers glued to the pages of this fascinating futuristic series as the Weathermen continue to set things right in their world. Despite some past romance trauma, Emma finds herself quite attracted to Atticus and the feeling is mutual with some sizzling chemistry but Atticus mucks things up which causes some turbulent scenes. And some exhilarating excitement adds spice to the story when another breakthrough is made on the Tommy Twister virus front and Emma's past comes back to haunt her when somebody causes some reporter drama that could jeopardize everything.
Another great story in the Weathermen series and I have to say that while I am fascinated by the intrigue and suspense of the plot, I am also getting quite a kick out of watching the Weathermen fall one after another.
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