Twisted Tale of Stormy Gale- Christine Bell

Written By: Kellie - May• 23•11

Synopsis: I’m a time pirate—born in 1810, now a 21st-century woman. I travel through time trying to right wrongs without disrupting the fragile balance between what is and what can never be.

That’s why it’s vital that I go to 1836 and find the man who conned my brother out of his Time Travel Mechanism as quickly as possible. If the technology falls into the wrong hands, it could change the world as we know it. The notorious Duke of Leister definitely qualifies as the wrong hands. An amateur scientist of the slightly mad variety, he’s bound to figure out how to use the TTM sooner rather than later.

I knew this wouldn’t be easy. But I wasn’t counting on him being as sexy as hell. Or winding up chained to his bed… -Goodreads

Review: If you were a kid and told you could name yourself, what would you pick? Dorothy Gale and Bacon Frogs are the name of the main characters in this book, I thought that was hilarious! My favorite part of this story by far. The rest of the story, was decent too. Not mind blowing, but definitely good.

Dorothy ‘Stormy’ Gale is a time pirate, which is pretty cool in concept. We didn’t get to see any actual time pirating, but it was referenced. Anyways, her brother Bacon goes and get’s his time travel device and Stormy has too go to some crazy antics to get it back! She goes about being a fake Romanian gypsy the same way I would, not very well.

There are only three characters in this short story, and they’re all decently fleshed out for such a short story. Bacon was super cute, and a lot of fun. You really felt how protective and big sisterly Stormy felt for the guy. The third character, Devlin, is devlinishly sexy and has a dark and stormy past (bud dum chee). The group dynamic here is great!

Anyways, short book so short review. It’s a super quick read and a lot of fun, go for it!

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Second Opinions: Review @ The Bookish Girl
Review ‘The Twisted Tale of Stormy Gale’ by Christine Bell

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