Torn Apart

Torn Apart

Torn Apart The twister that touches down in Bordelaise Louisiana not only destroys the calm of a summer Sunday it pierces the soul of Katie Earle whose young son Bobby goes missing and it wasn t the storm th

  • Title: Torn Apart
  • Author: Sharon Sala
  • ISBN: 9780778327929
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The twister that touches down in Bordelaise, Louisiana, not only destroys the calm of a summer Sunday, it pierces the soul of Katie Earle, whose young son Bobby goes missing and it wasn t the storm that took him.Katie s first thought is that her estranged husband, J.R saw his chance and grabbed Bobby to spite her But the reality goes beyond that to truly horrifying, andThe twister that touches down in Bordelaise, Louisiana, not only destroys the calm of a summer Sunday, it pierces the soul of Katie Earle, whose young son Bobby goes missing and it wasn t the storm that took him.Katie s first thought is that her estranged husband, J.R saw his chance and grabbed Bobby to spite her But the reality goes beyond that to truly horrifying, and now her nightmare is only just beginning The real terror will begin when the tornado s wreckage is cleared away and the kidnapper can escape with his prize.The agony of uncertainty grows with every passing hour as Katie and J.R reunite with a single, desperate purpose to find their son before he slips from their grasp forever.

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    My first SS book and it was great reading. The subject matter is a little disturbing,so beware of it. To assure you I will say it was only in one man's thoughts and never acted out. I didn't realize this was #2 of a series when I grabbed it off the shelf. It could read as a standalone. All 3 books are centered around one town and one helluva storm. Sala's writing will haul you inside the story and not let you go until the end. I have #1 on order and am going to read #3 next.

    Rating: 4.5 / 5Man, what a brutally disturbing book. I literally HAD to keep reading, HAD to get to the HEA before I could even think of stopping. I HAD to have the happy thoughts from the ending in my head before I went to sleep. That's how disturbing this story is. Series Note:Second book in Sala's "Storm Front" series about a small Louisiana town that is rocked by a tornado. This book can probably be read as a standalone despite the fact that all three books are connected by a single event.Su [...]

    This book was much better than the first in the trilogy. So much so that it almost seems like 2 different authors. Sharon Sala does seem to be either a big hit or a big miss for me. The suspense was highthroughout the book. It is not often that I wish over and over again that a character would just die. But in this one I did. At first I was not sure that I would be able to read a book about a young boy being kidnapped by a pedophile since I have 2 young boys myself. For those who might feel as I [...]

    I would advise that if you don't care for book that involve children being taken, then this is not the book for you. For the rest who can read this as a work of fiction you'll enjoy this well written book. From the first page you can't stop reading it. The way that Sala puts you in both Bobby thoughts (the little boy) and Newts (the kidnapper) is down right scary. You spend the whole book praying he'll be fine. I also thought what the parents had to face is heart wrenching and at times--being a [...]

    this book was very interesting to read and I never got bored with it though the child molestation part was freaking me out abit but the main character gets hurt (burned) on a job and never touches the boy at least so that was a relief. Sharon Sala writes an awesome story. Other than that I really enjoyed this book.

    The second book in the Storm Front trilogy. Katie Earle's son, Bobby is missing in the aftermath of the tornado. At first she believed that her ex-husband, J.R. was responsible but soon discovers that wasn't the case. Very heart wrenching and fast paced. Each story is a story on its own but also has glimpses into the other stories in the trilogy.

    It would be difficult for me to say that I liked this book.a lot of it was quite disturbing. JR and Katie's little boy Bobby was abducted during the big Bordelaise tornado by a child molester. There was quite a bit of the book that was told from the child molester's POV. It eeked me out so much hearing him talk about Bobby and his lust for the little boy. Luckily, he is injured and can't physically do anything to the kid before he's found, but being in his head just made me feel dirty. JR and Ka [...]

    This book was very good but it was also very hard for me to read. This book dealt with a child kidnapped by a child molester. There was a lot from the molester's POV and it made me sick to read all his thoughts about poor little Bobby. Thank God the molester got hurt and couldn't molest Bobby.Poor Bobby! There were so many times during his POV that I was teary-eyed, and reading his POV just about broke my heart every time.I really wish J.R. had killed that sick pervert, but I am soooo glad that [...]

    This was a very disturbing but good book. Katie and JR and their son Bobby live in Louisiana when things start going wrong for them all! Bobby starts seeing the monster outside his window at night , JR gets a promotion and Katie doesn’t want to uproot her family and leave. At a standoff JR buys a house in New Orleans ,where his new job is, but it is to no avail , Katie will not go.A twister lands in Louisiana and wreaks havoc on the town including the disappearance of her son Bobby . Now anoth [...]

    The two main characters were very flat and I felt no investment in them getting together. The fact that when the book starts they are already married, and have the perfect marriage and then the next chapter they're separated didn't give me any reason to want them back together. The story line of their son and the kidnapper was done much better but I found it very disturbing to get that much detail into the mind and actions of a child molester. Not what I look for from a romance, even if it is a [...]

    The second book in The Storm Front trilogy. Good book except I didn't like that a small child was abducted and all of the thought going thru Newt's head and the only reason he couldn't follow thru on them was because he got injured. Glad the ending turned out OK.

    2nd installment of the Storm Front Series - A couple separated but still in love reconnect while trying to find their kidnapped son. This story is fast paced but deals with strong hard issues of child endangerment. I like how Sala continues this story from installment 1-3.

    Katie and J.R. are a married couple in Bordelaise, Louisiana. The couple has a deep love for one another and solid commitment to the marriage and to raising their son together. They are experiencing some realistic problems - he's away from home a lot for his job, and she's still grieving over her parents' deaths.Life throws in a monkey wrench, as life is wont to do, and this seemingly tiny thing puts a serious crimp in the marriage, leaving the two living apart, with neither willing to move forw [...]

    This is the second in Ms Sala's Trilogy of the Storm Front novels. The twister that had shattered the small Louisiana town on a Sunday afternoon was like a nightmare to the people who lost their homes, their businesses and the lives of their loved ones.Katie Earle thought her little boy Bobby, had taken shelter from the storm inside the church with the rest of the children that had been ushered inside from the storm as they played the church playground.After crawling out of the rubble Katie Earl [...]

    I like Shala's stories. This one disturbed me though because its focus was on a child abduction by a sexual predator. To me, it was scary at how easily a sick adult can take advantage of a tragedy (a tornado that separated a child from his parents) and kidnap a child. I actually started to stop reading because of how Shala was weaving us into the thoughts of the victim as well as the thoughts of the predator. But, when a child drew a picture of God taking Bobby away, drawn from what she saw, I f [...]

    FANTASTIC! it had rave reviews and now I know why. After Hurricane Bonnie in New Orlenas , there is a twister in Bordelaise, Louisiana and not only detstroys the calm of a summer Sunday it tears up Katie Earle, where suddenly her son is missing. Who would imagine at a church play ground that anything could happen.Thinking the storm took him, then suddenly another 7 y.o girl draws pictures about God taking Bobby her friend also 7ey automatically think it is the father after all they are separated [...]

    Oh my goodness it has been a while since I've read a book that has so completely taken me hostage like this one did. I could not put this book down. There were parts I think I even stopped breathing, especially whenever Bobby was with the pervert. Reading about little Bobby's experience was so heartbreaking and I just wanted to reach through the pages and strangle the pervert. I wasn't a big fan of Katie's and J.R. was okay but I loved how they came together to find their little boy. Such a good [...]

    The hero and heroine fought about stupid stuff. Being in the mind of the villian (a pedophile) was very disturbing. The boy doesn't get molested, not even off-screen (thank God).One thing that ticked me off was the sex scene in the middle of the book, after their child is missing. If our son had been kidnapped by a child molester, believe me, having sex would be the last thing my hubby and I would be interested in.

    Great story. It kept you on edge the whole book. I loved how you were able to hear the story from every person's point of view.I loved Katie and JR's story. It really highlighted how a misunderstanding can break apart two people who really do love each other. It was sad they were both too stubborn to bend. The story was thrilling and had me on edge the whole time. Light on steam only a couple hot and heavy scenes. It is more about the suspense.

    It was a decent read but because the majority of J.R. & Katie's relationship took place in the past, it seemed somewhat forced. The journey to search for their son, however, was well written and kept you turning the pages. Sala did a good job at capturing the essence of a small town banding together in a time of crisis and the overall plot was just very put together. A good read.

    Just finished the 2nd book in the Sala storm series. It took me waaaaaaaay too long to read this one wasn't a bad read just didn't keep me hooked long enough to sit and read for more than 10 minutes. Maybe I wanted more romance and less of a child predator story line? I love Sharon Sala books. She's a must-read author for me.

    I didn't enjoy this book as much as I'd wanted to and I can't even pinpoint down why. It was more focused on saving the child than kindling their love, which is what I guess I wanted to see more of.

    Well I can tell you that the son was a a better character than his parents. The mother was weak and selfish. The dad made me say a bad word when he didn't listen to his messages and called to say he was coming home and just hung up before they could tell him what was going on. Who does that?

    This was a decent fast read. I didn't enjoy it as much as the first but I also didn't feel like it was a waste of my time. I did find the fact that they started with the tornado again but explained the experience from a different perspective to be a little jarring at first.

    Did not finish. The book really lacked any romantic elements. The hero/ heroine are apart for most of the book. There are also large portions of the book told from the POV of a child molestor. The child is never sexually abused but it wasn't fun to read.

    I had won these three books from Sharon's contest and I will be buying her books from now on. author, love the character'sd I usually read historial romance, but I do stray sometimes, and this was a great stray.I say, move over Nora Roberts!!!

    I have read all three books in the Storm Front series and they were all EXCELLENT! This one entails every parent's nightmare tornado hits town and the child goes missing. Is he dead or in the hands of a child predator?

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