Item description for Every Storm (Contemporary Romance) by Lori Wick...
Overview When the PT boat Every Storm sputters ashore onto a deserted South Pacific island, Lieutenant Donovan Riggs and his crew are unprepared for what they discover. Homesick American teacher Lorraine Archer had booked a flight from Australia---now she's the sole survivor of the plane crash. Is providence bringing Donovan and Lorraine together?
New from Lori Wick, this stand-alonestory shows how unexpected changes can set the perfect course for love.
"1945, WWII--"When Lieutenant Donovan Riggs experiences trouble with his PT boat, the sailors of "Every Storm "make an unscheduled stop...and a surprising discovery.
Lorraine Archer is an American teacher living and working in Australia. While on a flight with her sister, her daydreams are disrupted by the sounds of the plane going down. Lorri ends up alone on a deserted island in the Pacific. And just when she loses all hope of being found...Donovan and his crew arrive.
Neither Donovan nor Lorri suspect that their encounter is the beginning of something very certain...a future not left to chance, but to faith.
Awards and Recognitions Every Storm (Contemporary Romance) by Lori Wick has received the following awards and recognitions -
Christian Retailing's Best - 2005 Winner - Women's Fiction category
Citations And Professional Reviews Every Storm (Contemporary Romance) by Lori Wick has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Romantic Times - 09/01/2004 page 70
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.97" Weight: 0.74 lbs.
Release Date Jul 15, 2004
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736909761 ISBN13 9780736909761
Availability 105 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 24, 2017 02:08.
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More About Lori Wick
Lori Wick is a multifaceted author of Christian fiction. As comfortable writing period stories as she is penning contemporary works, Lori's books (more than 6 million in print) vary widely in location and time period. Lori's faithful fans consistently put her series and standalone works on the bestseller lists. Lori and her husband, Bob, live with their swiftly growing family in the Midwest.
Lori Wick currently resides in the state of Wisconsin.
Lori Wick has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Every Storm (Contemporary Romance)?
I loved this book Jan 9, 2007
This was the first Lori Wick book I ever read and I LOVED it. I immediately went to the library and read through every book of hers that they had. "Sophie's Heart" and "The Princess" along with this book are probably my favorites, but picking a favorite is like trying to pick a favorite child. Lori does such a good job telling a story and getting you involved in what happens to the character. If I had to say something bad about her books it is that it is always makes me a little sad when I am done with the book, I would love to go on reading forever!
Not her best... Dec 27, 2006
I am a BIG fan of Lori Wick. I have read most of her books. I found this book hard to read. It took me a long time to get through it. I usually eat up her stuff. The book was just a bummer in my opinion. I usually save the books and reread them but this one I didn't bother, I donated it to the library.
I Liked It Dec 11, 2006
I picked up this book recently when we were traveling and read it on the road. I have not read Lori Wick before so didn't have preconceived ideas of her writing. I enjoyed the book immensely. When I finished I went back and re-read parts of it as I tend to miss things the first time around. I thought the part where the book skips to Riggs finding Lorri on the Island was actually an interesting style of writing. Little by little it comes out what happened after the plane crash. Reading the other reviews I noticed no one mentions the grandfather and the impact he has on Lorri's life and helping her to recover such a trauma. From the beginning I was sure Riggs and Lorri would find romance but was curious how the author was going to get them together. I thought his character took such special care of Lorri and was going to make a special person in her life. Even though some of the reviews were pretty critical, I enjoyed the book. Since reading this one, I have read a few more Lori Wick books (The Princess, Who Brings Forth the Wind, To Know Her By Name) and have enjoyed those also. Sometimes I think I want the story to go a little differently but yet understand what the author is trying to accomplish. I enjoy the historical times even if they aren't completely accurate. Anyone enjoying historical Christian romance, another excellent author is Gilbert Morris. I really enjoy his books and as a rule the history in them are right on.
One of her better "stand alone" books Jul 15, 2006
Having been a fan of Lori Wick's series, I sometimes have a hard time getting into her stand alone books. For instance, "The Princess" was not one of my favorites. However, "Every Storm" is one of my favorites. Some of the other reviews were critical of the book, but the story line is good, and although some were disappointed by the gap between the sisters boarding the plane and servicemen finding Lorri on the island, I felt it added to the book. Instead of getting all the info. in a neat little package, you get little hints on what happened.
It's a good read. If you really get into the characters when you read keep kleenex handy.
I couldn't finish it... Jun 12, 2006
Usually I love Wick's books and have sincerly enjoyed her tuckermills books and have read all of her other novels, enjoying Pretence and others the most, but this book was terribly hard to get into. I actually couldn't finish it and gave it to my husband to trade for commentaries (He's a seminary student). I was really disappointed, because when I learned Wick had written a WWII novel I was excited, but my excitement was misplaced.