Lord of Thunder
Book 1 of the Thunder Trilogy
Annie Mayall was a young bride, brought to Montana in 1940 by her new husband to start their new life together...as soon as he struck it rich in the promised silver mines. Abandoned for three long desperate and lonely years, Annie was forced to survive by herself in the wilds of the mountains. Until one stormy night brought a severely wounded stranger to her tiny one-room cabin. A stranger both mystical and fascinating. A stranger who not only brought her happiness, but a kind of love she never knew existed.
A stranger who was not of this earth.
Warning: This book contains mutilation, abandonment, total isolation, harsh and unbearable weather, blood-letting, attempted homicide, attempted angelcide, snoopy but concerned neighbors, close confinement, promises kept, and unusual uses for a feather.
I devoured this book, alternately smiling and shedding tears along the way. Both Annie and Rion are strong, yet vulnerable characters. Their relationship is poignant and emotionally charged, their slowly developing sexual interaction as satisfying as a finely aged wine. I guarantee that readers will want to read this book over and over again. Great job, Ms. Mooney. I loved it and can’t wait to read Passion of Thunder, the next installment in this superb series! ~ Merrylee, TwoLips Reviews
...Lord of Thunder was well written and interesting... a very interesting idea of dimensional travel being through those 'rock the house' storms. ~ Tanya, Joyfully Reviewed
I will never look at a thunderstorm quite the same again. Lord of Thunder isn’t just a play on words; it describes the main character of this fascinating new novel by Linda Mooney. A story of strength, determination, and love told with characters as rich as the Montana setting. Raw, intense and satisfying, are words that both describe the story and the romance. Reading Linda’s work is an escape like no other. This is the second book I’ve enjoyed by Linda, but it won’t be the last. Reading romance, always a guilty pleasure has now become a real joy! ~ Renee's Book Talk, Blog Talk Radio
...a fine read and a good story, intense suspense and joyful reunions. Lord of Thunder took me away into a world of imagination for my great reading pleasure. ~ Cherry Blossom, Whipped Cream Erotic Reviews
A beautiful and heartfelt story which will surprise you in many ways. ~ Margo Arthur,The Romance Studio
2011 EPIC eBook Awards Winner (Science Fiction Erotic Romance)
Readers' Choice #1 Torrid Bestseller Of The Month
A TwoLips Reviews Recommended Read