Thunderstruck is a touching story about second chances, finding love and believing in yourself. It’s touching, wonderful and heart wrenching.
Jo has moved halfway across the country to start over. She’s divorced from a high profile Arizona Senator and wants to start over where no one knows her. She moves to Georgia, buys a “fixer upper”, and falls in love.
Hawk Stephens is a horse-whisperer. He’s working hard to get a therapeutic ranch up and running in Arizona. He’s attracted to Jo and vows to win her over. He’s certain she’s meant to be with him. His Apache roots and beliefs have shown him what he knows to be true. He only has to convince Jo.
Hawk was the perfect man. He was relentless in his pursuit. This doesn’t mean he stayed in her face and demanded things. He gave her space when she needed it. He listened to her and paid attention to the signals she was giving off. It was nice to have an alpha male (and believe me, he's an alpha!) that wasn't beat on the chest, me man - you woman. Don't get me wrong, I like those, but it's also nice to have a different kind of alpha male. Change of pace and scenery.
Jo was pretty amazing. She’s been knocked down but she didn’t let that stop her. She was cautious but she still believed enough in herself to trust her instincts. It served her well.
Jo made some hard decisions that could have very easily cost her dearly. She was willing to risk it all in order to give the man she loved, everything he was working for, everything he dreamed of. That takes an inner strength that not all people have.
Kendall Grace managed to create characters you care for, cheer for and hope their struggles are all worth it.
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