Item description for Eye of the Storm by Melissa Good...
Eye of the Storm picks up the story of Dar Roberts and Kerry Stuart a few months after the story Hurricane Watch ends. At first it looks like they are settling into their lives together but, as readers of this series have learned, life is never simple around Dar and Kerry. Surrounded by endless corporate intrigue, Dar experiences personal discoveries that force her to deal with issues that she had buried long ago and Kerry finally faces the consequences of her own actions. As always, they help each other through these personal challenges that, in the end, strengthen them as individuals and as a couple.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 1.2" Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Release Date Feb 11, 2004
Publisher Yellow Rose Books
ISBN 1932300139 ISBN13 9781932300130
Availability 92 units. Availability accurate as of Feb 21, 2017 09:24.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Eye of the Storm?
Even Better the Second Time Around Aug 28, 2007
I'm willing to bet that every fan of lesbian fiction has at least heard of this classic series by Melissa good. With that said, I won't go into detail about the characters or the story. What I will say is this series deserves its place among the best in lesbian literature and should be enjoyed by everyone. I recently read this series for the second time. Although I first read it several years ago, the characters and storyline seemed like old friends and I enjoyed visiting with them again.
Dar and Kerry are obviously based on Xena and Gabrielle. However, Good has given them lives of their own in a modern setting with new adversaries to topple. She has taken them past the bounds of television and allowed them to fully explore the potential of their relationship. Hats off to Melissa Good and the gift she has given this genre.
Romantic thriller loaded with humor Apr 9, 2007
With it's Florida locales, high-tech careers and personal drama this novel has plenty to offer any reader. Add to that Washington politics and you have an explosive story. . Plenty of intrigue and office politics and romance keep this novel a page turner.
I especially enjoyed the continued character growth of both Dar and Kerry plus those who surround them in their lives. A real feel good story whose popularity continues. Populated with endearing characters that have interesting and diverse lives
I am so glad to see this terrific story in print in a wonderfully edited edition. This is a substantial story that is ideal for vacation or a long weekend or airplane trip.
This is a novel in a series that has grown to be 7 novels and is still growing. Don't miss any of the titles in the series -
* Tropical Storm * Hurricane Watch * Eye of the Storm, 2nd Edition * Red Sky At Morning * Thicker Than Water * Terrors of the High Seas * Moving Target
From the publishers web site - Eye of the Storm picks up the story of Dar Roberts and Kerry Stuart a few months after the story Hurricane Watch ends. At first it looks like they are settling into their lives together but, as readers of this series have learned, life is never simple around Dar and Kerry. Surrounded by endless corporate intrigue, Dar experiences personal discoveries that force her to deal with issues that she had buried long ago and Kerry finally faces the consequences of her own actions. As always, they help each other through these personal challenges that, in the end, strengthen them as individuals and as a couple.
Not up to par with previous writings Sep 10, 2003
Not only is this writing not up to Missy's normally good writing, but the overall story is a dud! There is really no action as in the first two books, and her Dar character is getting just a little to imperalistist. There are much better books out there then this one to cost so much and be such a dud.
Missy is better than Good! Jan 16, 2003
Missy is the single greatest writing dynamo to come out of fan fiction, perhaps ever. She never ceases to continue to amaze and astound. I've read all of her wonderful XWP and Dar & Kerry stories online and am always left wanting more. Romance, humor, thrills...enjoy. She also wrote possibly the best first script by a fan for an established tv series ever in the Xena episode "Legacy." You have to read these Dar & Kerry ubers in order beginning with the wonderful first novel, "Tropical Storm" which poses the breathless query, "Can I ask you a personal question?" in the most charming, sweetly sexy and unforgettable manner. D&K are one of the most endearing couples you will ever come across.
This series just gets better Mar 12, 2002
Melissa Good is an accomplished screenwriter, but her series of novels about Dar and Kerry show her style developing with time. The characters and the action in this book are developed much better than the first two books and she weaves several different plots into a more complex book. Dar and Kerry face problems at work and at home. A member of the board of directors is intent on driving them both from the company; meanwhile, Kerry's father is called to answer charges before Congress and Dar has a chance to bring her parents back together. Add an attempt on Dar's life and an explosion that demolishes a hospital they are visiting in, and this book has plenty of action. Now, if Good would just write a good love scene between her stars, this book would be perfect.