Review of Gathering Storm by Victoria Danann

When Engel Storm, retired Knight of the Black Swan, gets lost in another dimension thanks to his father-in-law in Gathering Storm, his friends and family rally to find him. When his father-in-law, the Demon Deliverance, returns with the wrong Storm, they decide to use look-a-likeĀ Angel Storm to hide the fact that their Storm is missing. Meanwhile, Lady Elora Laiken is once again being hunted by the people from her own dimension and everything will come crashing together at the same time for a very dramatic conclusion.

This is the fifth book in the Black Swan series and it’s been a while since I’ve read the others, so it took some time to get reacquainted with everyone. This books skips around a bit between dimensions and I found it a little confusing at times. I always forget how fun these books are until I read the next one. There’s always a lot going on, but that just keeps you on your toes. I found myself really liking Angel Storm, even though he was kind of a jerk in the beginning. He redeems himself by the end. You get to visit with all the main players from pervious stories and I enjoyed the time I got to spend with them again.

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