Hurricane Crimes


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43 Pages
Genre: Romantic-suspense
Heat Rating: Medium (sexual tension/behind-closed-doors)

After her car breaks down, Beth Kennedy is forced to stay in Florida, the target of Hurricane Sabrina. She stocks up supplies, boards up windows, and hunkers down to wait out the storm, but her plan unravels when she witnesses a car accident. Risking her life, she braves the winds to save the driver. Just when she believes they are safe, she finds out the man she saved could possibly be more dangerous than the severe weather.

Donovan Goldwyn only wanted to hide from the police, but the hurricane shoved his car into a tree. Now he’s trapped with a beautiful woman while the evidence that can prove his innocence to a brutal crime is out there for anyone to find.
As Hurricane Sabrina wreaks havoc, Beth has no other choice but to trust Donovan to stay alive. But will she survive, or will she become another hurricane crime?

Content Warning: police brutality, violence, gun violence, animal death, snake

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NOTE: May contain spoilers.

“Hurricane Girl” by Alexz Johnston – The opening of the story with Beth and Hurricane Sabrina.

“Look At Those Eyes” by Alexz Johnston – When Beth and Donovan meet and Beth looks into his eyes.

“Blow Me Away” by Breaking Benjamin – When Beth sees the breaking news bulletin.

“Hurricane” by Thirty Seconds to Mars – Hurricane Sabrina.

“Gotta Be Somebody” by Nickelback – Intimate scene and the end.

“Living In The Eye of the Storm” by Trapt – While Hurricane Sabrina rages.

“The Thunder Rolls” by All That Remains – The Crimes Before the Storm (prequel), Donovan before he crashes his car in front of Beth’s house.


“Both Beth and Donovan were interesting characters and kept my attention. Coupled with the interesting mystery plot I had no problems reading this whole story eagerly in one sitting.” – Long and Short Reviews

For all of you authors out there wondering how to craft the perfect novella, I say use this as your template. Honestly, I really don’t have any criticisms!” – Romance Novels for the Beach

“There is usually just not enough time to develop the characters and pull the reader into [a short] story. But Chrys Fey not only managed to blend it all together in a whirlwind (or hurricane), she delivered it as one fascinating read!” – The Novel Lady

“This little novella has it all. A gorgeous cover, a captivating title, a hot guy and a not so defenseless woman stranded in a category five hurricane.” – Sherry Fundin, reviewer at Fundinmental

“This book is full of mystery, suspense, romance and passion. I would absolutely trade places with Beth Kennedy in order to have time with Donovan Goldwyn.” – Bookaholic Mama, reviewer with Words Turn Me On



What inspired Hurricane Crimes?

I had just finished reading a book set during a blizzard and pondered the fact that I had never been in a snow storm because I live in Florida, so the idea to write a story that really focuses on a hurricane immediately became my goal. Although I wanted Hurricane Crimes to be a romance, I didn’t want it to be a typical romance. Thus, I created Donovan, a sexy and passionate man who may be a murderer.


Not Inadequate / A Post About Self-Defense and Abuse

Donovan’s Deleted Scene

Alternate Ending

Beth’s Character Interview

Donovan’s Character Interview

Poems by Beth Kennedy

Hurricane, No Crimes

Hurricane Crimes Cocktail

5 things you don’t know about Donovan in Hurricane Crimes:
1. He is of Irish, Cherokee, and German descent.
2. His favorite drink is single malt Scotch.
3. He is six foot even.
4. He went to college on a basketball scholarship.
5. His favorite color is red. Blood red.

Diary entry written by Beth Kennedy:

Dear whomever may find this,

I am writing in case I don’t survive. Whether I die by Hurricane Sabrina’s windy hands or by Donovan Goldwyn’s strong hands has yet to be seen, but I am not taking any chances. You see, I saved Donovan’s life, putting myself at risk, and I didn’t exactly walk away from that unscathed, but I still have my life. For now.

I was fooled by Donovan’s violet eyes, but a murderer’s eyes can be any color. There is no proof that he’s a killer, but there is no proof that he’s not. And every fiber of my self-defense-instructor-being is telling me to run. RUN! But I can’t. Hurricane Sabrina is waiting for me outside, banging at the doors and windows like an intruder trying to get into my house. So I am trapped with a man who can kill me at any given moment.

And yet . . . those eyes. I look into them and I can feel them prying apart my carefully crafted walls. Donovan is handsome. He is alluring. He is intense. And we are stuck together.

Anyway, if you find this and I am dead then look at the two suspects: Hurricane Sabrina and Donovan Goldwyn.


hurricane crimes photoshoot

Beth Kennedy’s hurricane survival tips:

– Board up all of your windows to keep wind and other intruders out. Or in.
– Have a fully-equipped first aid kit for any wounds you might get.
– Make sure you’re not stuck with a possible murderer!

Donovan Goldwyn’s hurricane survival tips:

– Get a blue tarp. You never know what you’ll wrap up in it.
– Have a shovel handy just in case.
– The bathtub is a great place to hide . . . things.