Phillip Kersey finds himself and his hotheaded girlfriend, Stephanie, at a crossroads. He's the singer of the chart-topping rock band, Fury, and they're forever in the studio laying down tracks for their third album.
Steph's photography career has exploded. She's always on location and out of his grasp. Tired of Skype dates and stolen weekends, Phillip makes plans to whisk her off to Ireland so he can pop the question.
When Steph returns to the U.K. for the birth of their friends' baby, Phillip finally gets his chance. He's down on one knee when tragedy strikes. Aching hearts cause tempers to flair chaotically out of control. Phillip feels pushed aside and vanishes. Assumptions and accusations follow, and the public fallout between them becomes the stuff of legend.
Michelle Pace is a registered nurse who resides in Texas with her husband, Les. She is the mother of two lovely daughters, Holly and Bridgette, and one uber-charismatic son, Kai. A former singer and actress, Michelle has always enjoyed entertaining people and is excited to continue to do so as a writer.
Tammy Coons lives in Illinois with her husband Casey and three children Skyler, Sawyer and Savana. Writing has always been a passion for Tammy and she hopes to be able to continue on for as long as her brain and fingers will allow.
This is the sequel to Fury. Read it yet? You'll want to before you read Rage. The boys are back. And for once, I can honestly say I don't think this has ever happened before, I felt like I was on the side of the man for the story. I was so irritated through so much of this story. Okay, through the whole story. And not with just Stephanie, I was also so very irritated with Cheyenne. Both of these women choose to NOT talk to their men when they have issues. They kept it all in. Don't say a word and just bitch. It's just so annoying.
First thing was Stephanie's hospital stay. What the hell!!! And she keeps the damn secret for years. SUCH A LONG TIME! That frustrates me. I get he did her wrong too, he publicized things that didn't need to be. But she kept. That. Secret. He should have been told. He should have known. And Cheyenne. Her insecurities just lead her through everything. She's married for goodness sake and couldn't even take the time to talk to her husband about what was going on, what was bothering her. It drove me nuts!! I got severely pissed.
These two women drove me nuts. Even though I can understand it, I really didn't like it at all. The saving grace for me was Bret and Sarah at the wedding. From there the story took a turn for the better. Then things got so much better and I was able to take a deep breath and cope. It was like that was a turning point for everyone. Okay, let's be honest.. I was coping all along. I just felt like I was the "man cheerleader" this time, instead of being the women's cheerleader, like usual. I gave the story 3.5 hearts