Review: Weather The Storm by LK Farlow

Weather the Storm (Southern Roots, #3)

Weather the Storm

(Southern Roots #3)

by L.K. Farlow

A new Southern Roots standalone…

Magnolia Ellington is all too aware that dangerous things can come in shiny packages. Her husband made sure to teach her that.Desperate to escape his wrath–and his fists–she flees in the dark of night. Seeking safety and shelter with the only family she has left, Magnolia finds herself in the sleepy, Southern town of Dogwood–and in the arms of Simon McAllister.

Simon has always been more of a thinker than a doer. That changes the minute he meets shy and mysterious Magnolia. She has him rushing into action, ready and willing to do whatever it takes to earn her trust.

Slowly, with his steadfast determination and kind heart, Simon brings Magnolia out of her shell. But just as things start heating up between the two of them, the darkness of Magnolia’s past resurfaces, threatening to rip apart everything they’ve worked so hard for.

With their future hanging in the balance, Simon fears he’s losing Magnolia. Now, he must convince her that, together, they can weather the storm.


3 Practicable Stars

Weather The Storm is the third book in the Southern Roots series by LK Farlow. Magnolia is afraid of her past and afraid she will never escape it. She finds her hard to trust anyone especially men and can barely speak without stuttering. She just wants to be invisible but that plan fails when Simon enters her life.

Simon is a great guy and all his friends can rely on him and he is always for them in their time of need. Magnolia needs someone on her side and although he takes its slow he makes it clear he wants more.

This book felt very rushed to me and I knew what was going to happen before I read it and normally if this happens I just get on with it but this kind of bored me towards the end.

Although this is part of a series it can be read as a standalone book.


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