Tremors by TA Webb is the third part of the Earthquake portion of the pulp friction 2014 serial This is only part of the whole story and should be read with the understanding that you need to have read what came before and the rest is still to come.
Title: Tremors (Earthquake #3)
Author: T.A. Webb
Publisher: A Bear on Books
Cover Artist: Laura Harner
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Charlie Turner’s worked hard to turn his life in the right direction. His smoking hot boyfriend, Amos Greene, is finally settling into their relationship, his doted-on and throttle-worthy teenage brother is straightening up his act, and his long lost ex-boyfriend is back in his life and friends with everyone.
Unfortunately for Charlie, just when things start looking up, they always manage to crash land right in front of him. This time, his darkest terror comes true and one of the most important people in his life is missing. Charlie doesn’t know what to do—surrounded by his fast growing group of friends at Mountain Shadows and his loved ones, Charlie can’t seem keep it together.
Just in case a missing person wasn’t enough to tear him up, his old demons are clawing at him for their pound of flesh. How does a man deal when tremors threaten to shake the very foundation of his life? And if he falls, can anyone put Charlie Turner back together when he breaks?
Wow. That is all I can say. Just wow.
Tremors by TA Webb is the third part of the Earthquake portion of the pulp friction 2014 serial and it is amazing. This story was all about character development. There was plot, oh boy was there plot, but it was the character growth that impressed me most.
I will admit that thus far, Amos has been the main character I have liked the least. He just rubbed me wrong from the get go. But now, I am in love. Mr. Webb has shown us a side of Amos that makes him so likable and worthy. The reader gets to learn more about his past and in doing so, understands why Amos was so unlikable at first. I did not see this side of Amos ever appearing and I am so happy it did.
I also love the character growth of the secondary characters. Damon is growing into a very strong and admirable young man. I am saddened by the plot events, but I so glad that these men are growing into such great people.
The last character needing development is Charlie, but then, according to the ending, that should be coming soon. I eagerly await the next installment.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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