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www.SharonSala.netThe final storm of the season could be her last.After barely escaping death when her plane crashed deep in the Rocky Mountains during tornado season, Laura Doyle is left with a lingering fear for her life. Her lover, FBI agent Cameron Winger, reassures her that he found her then and always will. But Laura is right to be afraid, because when their engagemewww.SharonSala.netThe final storm of the season could be her last.After barely escaping death when her plane crashed deep in the Rocky Mountains during tornado season, Laura Doyle is left with a lingering fear for her life. Her lover, FBI agent Cameron Winger, reassures her that he found her then and always will. But Laura is right to be afraid, because when their engagement is announced it signals to a madman that it's time for his killing spree to begin again.Twice thwarted by Cameron and his partners, the Stormchaser pairs random acts of God with deliberate acts of evil. His final act of vengeance will finish his twisted vendetta by taking from Cameron the thing he loves most: Laura.As law enforcement struggles to connect the gruesome murders he's committed to mask his return, the Stormchaser draws closer to his true target. But Cameron and Laura don't realize they're in the eye of the storm—and this time, being unprepared for the onslaught could spell disaster....

Title : Going Gone
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ISBN : 9780778316596
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Number of Pages : 368 Pages
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Going Gone Reviews

  • Jane Stewart
    2019-05-18 01:29

    2 ½ stars. The best I can say is that it kept my interest. But I was annoyed with some things including stupidity.The Series:This is book 3 in the Forces of Nature series. The same bad guy Hershel is in all three books. He is after a different woman in each book. The three women are the love interests of the three FBI agents trying to catch Hershel. The bad guy finally gets caught in book 3, so there is a cliffhanger in the first two books. Each book has a happy ending for the couple. The first book was good, but I was disappointed with books 2 and 3.Going Gone (Book #3):I was kind of bored during the middle. I was tired of the bad guy being lucky all the time. One example: All the local cops had a picture of Hershel but they did not tell the media they had his picture. Hershel pulls into a gas station and sees a cop talking to someone nearby. Hershel walks over to the cop’s car and sees his picture inside. That tells him to immediately do something different. Three books of the bad guy constantly being lucky. Somehow it was too much.Laura did stupid things. She knows Hershel is after her. So why does she sit in a grocery store parking lot alone at night after work and make a phone call to her sister? And why does she open her front door when the bad guy knocks pretending to be a delivery man?I was let down with the ending. I wanted to see the good guys catch the bad guy and hand cuff him or hit him. I wanted to see Hershel’s suffering, anger and pain. Instead something else happened that was unsatisfying.I was annoyed that the last six pages of book 2 were repeated “word for word” in book 3 on pages 102 to 121. Book 2 should have called those pages “Excerpts from Book 3” but they were called “Epilogue.” For example the book 2 Epilogue shows Hershel reading about the engagement of Laura and Cameron in the newspaper. That same scene is repeated in book 3 on page 109. It was like “wait a minute I’ve read this before.”The sex scenes were brief but nicely done. DATA:Narrative mode: 3rd person. Story length: 354 pages. Swearing language: strong but not often used. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: 6. Setting: current day mostly Virginia, Washington D.C., and Mexico. Copyright: 2014. Genre: romantic suspense.

  • Pamela(AllHoney)
    2019-04-29 04:01

    Going Gone is the third and final book in the Forces of Nature series by Sharon Sala. We met both main characters in the previous books. Laura Doyle is a Red Cross employee and FBI agent Cameron Winger's lover. She survives a plane crash and Cameron proposes. Meanwhile the evil Stormchaser killer believes he succeeded with his last mission and when he finds out they are alive after all he resurfaces to carry out the deed once again.This is a series that really needs to be read in order due to the story line. But there are not any major cliffhangers. Each romance is tied up nicely in each book. I don't know if I just wasn't in the mood to read this or it really just didn't have the same feel as the previous books. It was a decent read but I had a hard time keeping at it to the end. I got tired of reading about the villain and I didn't like the ending. Yes, we get the HEA but I didn't feel the villain got his comeuppance. I would still recommend this series, though, to Romantic Suspense fans.

  • AG Reads
    2019-04-20 07:08

    It pains me to give this author a low rating, but this book was a hot mess. The lack of attention to detail killed it for me. The errors were not all small details, like when a minor character's name changed from Mercy to Marcy. Some were major points in the plot that differed later in the book. I finally skimmed the last 35% just to get to the end. Even the tone of the writing changed from the previous two books in the series, including the addition of three times the number of sex scenes. Unfortunately, those scenes were repetitive and poorly written and added nothing the advancement of the plot or development of the romance. I'm not sure who is more at fault -- the author for not keeping track of her own storyline, or the publisher/editor who declared this manuscript print ready. The end result was a book that is just plain bad.

  • Hayzbaw
    2019-05-09 02:17

    Laura’s plane crashes and she is the only survivor, the first few chapters are dedicated to her survival and being reunited with lover Cameron. Then due to all the publicity of the crash and Laura’s subsequent survival, an old enemy resurfaces with the intent of murder. This book has a fantastic storyline with the perfect balance of a suspenseful plot and sweet interaction between the characters. I recommend that people read this series in order, although each book can be read as a standalone. It was a very satisfying ending to a great trilogy!

  • Alice Boni
    2019-04-23 02:23

    This was the 3rd book in the series and it was great. Finally all the questions are answered and the mystrey resolved. I was surprised a bit by the ending but in a good way. thank you Sharon for a great ride. Alice

  • Bernie
    2019-04-21 02:12

    Going Gone reviewGoing Gone is the third excellent romantic suspense book in the Forces of Nature series written by author Sharon Sala.

  • Kristina
    2019-05-04 05:30

    I love Sharon Sala. I thought that this was a good book. glad the bad guy finally got what was coming to him. this is the 3rd book of a series. I would recommend this book to others.

  • Denise
    2019-05-05 04:25

    I liked all three of the books in this trilogy, the first one being the best. By the end of this one, I was just as ready as the characters for the enemy to be dead and gone. :)

  • Betty
    2019-05-01 03:05

    http://www.newandusedbooks.com/index....GOING, GONESharon SalaMiraOctober 2014Forces of Nature ~ Book ThreeLaura Doyle is the sole survivor of a private plane crash in the Colorado mountainside. She spends two nights fending off wild life and using her Red Cross survival training on her injuries and the freezing weather. Her fiancé, FBI Agent Cameron Winger, flies from D.C. to Denver to join the search and rescue team to find her. She has a severe infection in a gash on her leg, three broken ribs, and pneumonia; Cameron moves into waiting room of hospital in Aurora, Colorado while Laura is in ICU. He is joined there by Laura’s only family, her sister Sarah. When Laura is finally released, it is with severe trepidation and great courage that she is willing to get on another airplane.Hershel Inman, a.k.a. The Stormchaser, and his late wife, Louise, had planned to retire in Mexico, but Louise died during Hurricane Katrina. Hershel met Laura and Cameron through the Red Cross operations in the Gulf area during that disaster and he blames the FBI for his wife’s death. He caused a lot of danger and problems for the women in Agents Benton’s and Luckett’s life. Hershel uses the name Paul Leibowitz now. He returns to Louisiana for the anniversary of Louise’s death, learns that Laura and Cameron are planning a wedding, and realizes he can get his revenge on the FBI at last. He arrives in D.C. with an evil plan for Laura; rents an apartment from a very astute senior citizen; and begins a series of atrocious massacres. Hershel is having trouble with Louise, as she keeps nagging at him to stop what he is doing. She has always been that voice that just won’t leave him alone.GOING, GONE is one emotionally draining and beguiling psychological thriller. Sharon Sala has crafted a rapid-paced suspense tale in this third story featuring FBI Special Agents Tate Benton, Wade Luckett, and Cameron Winger, and their special ladies. GOING, GONE is a tight, gripping tale that has a villain with a ruthless craving for retribution.Betty Cox, Staff ReviewerReaderToReader.com

  • Vivian
    2019-04-23 05:11

    2.5 star readLaura Doyle is normally a sensible, logical, and highly competent and capable person, but that seems to change after she survives a plane crash. She is the sole survivor on board the plane and must make do with the limited supplies on board while trying to outsmart the wolves attempting to get in. Fortunately, the crash site is found and she is rescued, but she still has the overwhelming sense of fear and impending doom. Her suspicions become reality when her fiancé, Cameron Winger, realizes that the madman he's been searching for is still alive and may be coming for them.Going Gone is the third and final book in the Forces of Nature series by Sharon Sala. This book focuses on the last couple, FBI agent Cameron Winger and his fiancée, Laura Doyle, a disaster coordinator with the Red Cross. Once again, the team of agents attempt to track down their wily prey, Herschel Inman, now known as Paul Leibowitz. As more people are murdered in and around their hometowns, will they be able to catch this killer before it's too late. I found Going Gone to be a fast-paced read. I enjoyed the focus on new primary characters, Laura and Cameron, as well as their interactions with the other couples from this series: Nola and Tate Benton (featured in Going Once) and Jo and Wade Luckett (featured in Going Twice). Although I found this to be an enjoyable read, it had a distinctly been-there read-that feel to it. Don't get me wrong, this isn't a poorly written story but the plot just seemed all too familiar. This was a romantic-suspense read that was heavy on the suspense and light on the romance (sex yes, romance not so much). The best part of the story for me was the interaction between Herschel and his dead wife Louise (either evidence of mental illness or extreme guilt). I also enjoyed Ms. Lucy Taft, a minor character, but one feisty, spirited, and highly intelligent older woman. If you've read the previous books in this series, then you'll definitely want to read this final chapter. If you haven't read the previous books in this series but are looking for a light read for the fall, then you may want to grab a copy of Going Gone.

  • Sparkymom
    2019-04-23 04:29

    I was totally hooked into this book from the first page! What an exciting way to start a story. From the beginning, it is obvious Laura and Cameron have a history from previous books. Since I haven't read any of this author's other works, I wondered if I would be lost. Fortunately, that was not the case at all. I was completely sucked into their relationship and their deep love for each other.Laura's plane crash was harrowing to read and think about. Cameron wasted no time getting to a place where he could find her and putting all of his effort into the search. He becomes her lifeline and her tie to reality in the aftermath. He is strong and supportive and exactly what she needs. The scene where they fly back home totally grabbed my heart!Unfortunately, before she has completely recovered emotionally, a killer from Cameron's past related to his work for the FBI returns and chooses Laura for his final target. Fear rises along with the body count as the killer baits Cameron and his FBI team. Laura works to become stronger in every way as she and Cameron both have to spend more and more time at work and apart. Cameron suspects the killer is targeting Laura, but has no proof until it's almost too late.I loved how Laura used the strength and research she sought out for herself in the end and how Cameron's gift to ensure her safety ultimately proves its value. This was a great story, and I am so excited to have found another favorite author. I purchased the first book in this series before I even finished this one, that's how much I enjoyed it.Thanks go to Net Galley for providing a copy to review. Awesome book!

  • Alima Livzletlivz
    2019-05-15 04:23

    I’ve always enjoyed reading Sharon Sala and her Rebel Ridge Series is a one such great work, and not to mention the Forces Of Nature Series. The Forces Of Nature Series is a group of three special FBI agents chasing the evil called the Stormchaser in the aftermath of a hurricane in Louisiana. Going Once and Going Twice are the first two in this series and Going Gone is the last in the series.Barely surviving a plane crash in the mountains of Colorado, Laura Doyle has the lingering fear for her life. Despite reassurances by her lover Cameron Winger, she still gets nightmares and suffers PTSD. As she gets better, and looks forward to her life with her fiancé Cameron, she accidentally gets into the eye of the Stormchaser leading to a spree of killings with Laura as his final target.As Cameron along with his FBI buddies Wade and Tate try to chase down the evil, the Stormchaser is weaving a web of evil with Laura in the center. Months have passed and not knowing how he looks is not making it any easy to catch him. Going Gone is a fitting end to another of thrilling series from Sharon Sala. A definite winner!!!Received an ARC from Netgalley for an honest review.http://alimalivzletlivz.wordpress.com/

  • Marjorie
    2019-05-10 05:05

    Laura Doyle, a Red Cross employee, met Cameron Winger, FBI agent, when he came to Queen's Crossing, LA to hunt the Stormchaser. Both kept up the relationship and finally Laura is assigned to Red Cross office in Washington, DC. Now she and Cameron are planning their wedding. The Stormchaser, Herschel Inman, has come back to the United States to honor the anniversary of his wife's death. He sees the engagement announcement in the paper and decides to kill Laura, though, of course, he has to "play" with the FBI team. He starts killing people in Washington, DC and the team realizes he is back after the second murder. Laura is told to be diligent and aware and they even teach her self defense moves as the team knows Herschel is after her, though they aren't totally convinced until she is caught. This book ends the Stormchaser saga in splendid form. I liked the book because the storyline moved along. You will enjoy the three books as they keep you interested.

  • Lindy at BookBlinders
    2019-05-07 02:21

    Good solid ending to a series!Long time Sala readers have come to appreciate her attention and skill at writing difficult situations with a vividness and intensity that makes you feel as though you are there.This title is no exception.Here we have the long awaited finale of the Forces of Nature series focusing on Cameron Winger, an FBI agent tasked to apprehend a serial killer who preys on his victims during natural disasters, and Laura Doyle, a Red Cross employee who is on site after disaster strikes.This time the Stormchaser killer is making this personal, going after Laura in an attempt to make Cameron and his FBI team pay for thwarting him in the past.The twists and turns the plot takes are vintage Sala and the action comes quickly in a satisfying climax that left me smiling and feeling fulfilled.

  • Lisa
    2019-05-18 01:07

    I received a complimentary book from Net Galley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Sharon Sala does it again! This is a wonderful book! This book grabs you with excitement from the first page, and it never lets you down all the way to the end. I loved the other two Sbooks, but this one tops them both! As always, Sharon Sala's writing style is top-notch as always. In fact, there is never a dull moment in this book. If you haven't read the first two books, you will need to read them before you read this one. Look forward to a wonderful journey with these three FBI men, their loves and the man who continues to elude them through all three books. I loved this book and am looking forward to reading it again!

  • 2sonreader
    2019-05-01 04:25

    Going Gone is the final book in the Forces of Nature trilogy which follows a trio of FBI agents trying to catch a serial killer nicknamed Stormchaser. This master of disguise chooses his victims from people who have survived major natural disasters. The focus of this book is on agent Cameron Winger and his fiance Laura Doyle. After Laura survives a plane crash, Stormchaser targets Laura as his next victim. Although this was an interesting story that wraps up the trilogy, the link between the plane crash and the rest of the plot felt disjointed. I had not read this series before and ended up reading book 2 (which I felt was the better story) after this one. It may be best to read this series in order.Review based on an ARC received from NetGalley.

  • Christa
    2019-05-05 05:01

    Going Gone is a great conclusion to the Forces of Nature Series! In this book, Laura Doyle survives a plane crash and is rescued by her lover Cameron Winger. When the two become engaged, and old enemy learns that they are alive, and decides to rectify that. Cameron and his partners are suddenly back on the trail of Hershall Inman, and the suspense is nail biting as the story plays out.I loved the characters in this one, both the main ones and the secondary ones from the prior books of the series. The storyline was very suspenseful and kept me on the edge of my seat. I was thoroughly captivated and couldn't put the book down.

  • Bigedsgirl1
    2019-05-11 03:09

    I have thoroughly enjoyed the Forces of Nature trilogy by Sharon Sala! Going Gone was the final book of this unforgettable series, and features Cameron and Laura, who were introduced in the first book, Going Once. Going Gone opens with an adrenalin rush as a plane crash leaves Laura seriously injured and her fellow passengers as well as the pilot dead. There are myriad twists and turns to the plot after that to keep a reader glued to the pages until the end. There is also a feisty, elderly lady with ties to the CIA that adds color and depth to an already fascinating story.

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-05-01 00:10

    "The Stormchaser is back and the danger is close as the Forces of Nature trilogy comes to an end. The action doesn’t let up as the fast pace continues; this killer is relentless. The race against time is chilling and well crafted. There is also an entertaining parallel story about an elderly woman who rents the killer a room. It turns out her late husband was with the CIA, and the suspicious lady has some serious snooping skills (and connections) of her own. This page-turner will not disappoint" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars).Forces of Nature, book 15

  • Sarah
    2019-05-16 00:21

    Going gone is the final book in the Forces of Nature series. This one starts out nicely, but stalls out somewhere in the middle. The plot and ending are somewhat predictable. This book doesn't reach the level of suspense and romance we've come to expect from Mrs. Sala. It's not a bad book, it's worth reading if you've already read the previous two of the series, just don't expect to be blown away.

  • Reading
    2019-05-08 05:29

    Sharon Sala's "Going Gone" is an extremely satisfying conclusion for the Forces of Nature trilogy. The heroes, Laura and Cameron, find their happily ever after, which is no surprise. Inman is...well, I won't ruin the book for anyone. Spoilers! This book has tons of action, great romance, and lots of thrills. It's the book that you better not start on a work night or you're going to be very tired after staying up all night to try to finish.

  • Deb
    2019-05-17 01:30

    Any book I've ever read by the amazing Ms. Sala (aka Dinah McCall) has been a 5 star must read! ... This final book in the Forces of Nature trilogy does NOT disappoint either! ... Romantic suspense at it's best, never a bland story-line with great characters that will keep the reader engaged! ... Edge of your seat twists & turns will keep the pages turning! So grab your copy now (actually, you'll want books 1 & 2 as well :) & get reading!

  • Diana
    2019-05-05 01:30

    I had a harder time getting through the 3rd book, maybe because I read all 3 in a row. I stopped for a couple of days to read another book, then was able to finish this off. It was okay. I liked how it started and it was very impactful. It was somewhat predictable, but he was also a much more twisted murderer. Had a feeling that it would end that way with him. He was truly a coward and that's how it ended. Again there is sexual content and language.

  • Julie Mink
    2019-05-20 06:21

    The third book in the Stormchaser Trilogy was as exciting as the first two or maybe a little bit more. The author, Sharon Sala keeps the tension building to the end.The Stromchaser team works with the Washington DC police and finally the CIA to take down the serial killer who had tried to kill the team and the women close to them. If you love romantic suspense, this trilogy will fit the bill.

  • Ann
    2019-04-26 08:10

    This is a great final book for the forces of nature series. The serial killer Stormcatcher is back and FBI agent Cameron is the catalyst when he announces his wedding to Laura. Laura survives a plane crash in the Rockies and they decide to marry sooner than planned. A great thriller and a page turner. Sala is an author of many genre and this series is a great example of her skills.

  • Laurie Covington
    2019-05-16 01:00

    I read this book from Netgalley. The final book in the Forces of Nature series begins with a small plane crash. Red Cross worker Laura is on the plane when it crashes. Her FBI boyfriend had been chasing the serial killer called the Stormchaser; he drops everything to search for the plane. This is just the beginning of this exciting book that is a satisfying end to the series.

  • Peggy
    2019-05-12 05:20

    What a way to finish a sears I won't spoil this but it was shocking how the killer dyes.This was the third and finally book and it was really good the start up was so good I had a hard time putting it down.The rest of the book was the same it was truly great so now we say good y to this sires and start a new one.I really did enjoy this sears and I hope the next is just as good.

  • Emily Higgins
    2019-04-24 03:10

    Red Cross worker, Laura Doyle, is the sole survivor of a crash of a private plane. Her boyfriend, Cameron Winger, was on the search team. When they returned home to D.C., Laura becomes the target of a serial killer. Good story.

  • Peggy Sinden
    2019-04-29 01:27

    At last the Storm Chaser has been put to rest. What more can I say except the Team of FBI agents can now go on without looking over their shoulder for him. Good book and even though I knew the end was inevitable it was worth it. I'll be on the lookout for more Sharon Sala books.

  • C.
    2019-05-02 05:13

    2.5 starsThe series as a whole was ok, but the ending was a disappointment for me. (view spoiler)[After all the pain and suffering the Stormchaser caused he kills himself in the end? I was hoping he would be caught alive. (hide spoiler)]