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Sometimes you can’t see the storm coming until it’s too late…
Severe Storm Warning Tip #1:
Be alert to changing weather conditions. Look for approaching storms.
Severe Storm Warning Tip #2:
If you see approaching storms or any of the danger signs, be prepared to take shelter immediately.
Severe Storm Warning Tip #3:
They may strike quickly, with little or no warning.
Situated just outside of Oklahoma City, Calumet County is divided into two drastically different communities: Hope’s Grove and Summit Bluffs. One is the small backward town where dirt roads lead the way to field parties and railroad tracks. And the other, a sprawling suburb where paved drives lead to the landscaped lawns of the wealthy and overprivileged.
For five teenagers smack in the middle of Tornado Alley, summer is heating up fast. The winds of change are blurring the invisible line that divides the rich and the rural.
One has a secret.
One has a crush.
One has been lying.
One will get caught.
And one might not make it out alive.
They’re from two different worlds…but one summer is about to change everything.
Check out the Broken Heartland series online:
About the Authors
Whether you believe in destiny,
divine intervention, or just plain ol’ dumb luck, several things happened in
2013 that caused E. Lee’s and C. Quinn’s paths to cross. It may have been that
the stars aligned perfectly or maybe it was just that their small town roots
and country girl attitudes were magnetically drawn to one another. Despite geography
keeping them apart—Lee in Illinois and Quinn in Alabama—they did. Thanks to
three-hour phone calls, ridiculous amounts of online chats, and umpteen Google
Docs—Storm Warning is the first book
in their edgy new Young Adult series, Broken Heartland.
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