Reviewed by Roy Murry, Author
Dallas lookout; here comes STORM COUNTRY. Ms. Debacco's novel has all the ingredients that the famous American TV program drama Dallas had in the 80s and 90s.
There are characters you will love and others you will hate - white hat and black hats, cowboys of Montana. In this case, a matriarch Bonnie rules the Storm family of two men and a young lady with a soft but firm hand.
The men run the operations which include a large ranch and a hotel. The young lady is finding her way, and it is she that invites a stranger home to join the workforce.
He is overqualified which raises some suspicions with Bonnie, but she lets them go after his interview. There is something familiar about him. The family adventure begins with love-hate relations brewing leading to a climax that entices you to read book two.
The well-developed characters bring this book one alive for the reader wanting to know what will happen to their future. The Storm family have a lot going on leading to suspense and a hook, by the writer, at the end that reader will want to continue to book two.
I enjoyed the prose and may purchase book two in the future which is not normal for me.