Lost In the World: I can’t wait to read the next installment in this series Tracking the Tempest. It was not funny even though it tried to be. This book is a classic case of trying too hard. Please review your cart. But if you have no taste for masochism, don’t do it!!! I enjoy the Mythology that is used by Ms Peeler throughout this book.
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It might have been that, in getting to know her and experiencing her formal yet sudden introduction to the paranormal, her experiences carried more import.
Perhaps I am seeing more than is there, but I think he does genuinely care for Etmpest and wants her to be happy. This book felt like a long prequel and, in this case, that’s a good thing. I liked his mystery and his emotional and physical presence in the story. Right where I stopped a supernatural investigator with hot Asian features stepped niccole the tempest rising nicole peeler and grabbed the perplexed heroine to hug her to his hard and muscle-covered shell.
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I especially love the part where she calls Nyx a bitch. Because, people that woman has exquisite taste in books. The question is, are the murders the work of one rogue individual or part of a greater plot to purge the world of Halflings?
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Tempest Rising (Jane True, book 1) by Nicole Peeler
Jane’s voice was snappy and witty, her humor irreverent, but again not much was leaving an impression. But alas, I still didn’t love this book. Unfortunately I was rrising the first 4 books as a gift. Th I started off digging the book. Jane is just that. View all 9 comments. She’s goofy and self-deprecating without much whining and reacts to situations in the way I imagine a normal person would.
I don’t want to say too much, for fear of spoilers, but if you want a book that’s sassy, funny, and full of less-seen mythic critters, tempest rising nicole peeler one is for you.
Book Review: Tempest Rising by Nicole Peeler (series, #1) | Opinions of a Wolf
But things only got worse when Jane’s high school sweetheart drowned. A first time book from a new author, I was so pleasantly surprised by peeper book.
Let me start with the characters. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: The Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding. Peeler, a word of advice? Jane True just comes across as a hillbilly. Things I didn’t like: I’m pretty sure that doesn’t happen very nicolw with his kind, due to their unique “food” source.
Jane lives with her father rusing a small town where everyone knows everyone else’s business. Jane has been an outcast in the town her whole life. Plays games of wit with heroine.
The village in coastal Maine was far more engaging than the Seelie Court in its compound in rural Quebec, actually. Fans of chicklitty romantasy.
This book teeters between urban fantasy and paranormal romance.