Tempest Rising - Nicole Peeler Reviews
Description:ISBN 0316056588 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Nicole Peeler / Mass Market Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 2009-11 by Orbit
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Nicole Peeler Tempest Rising: Book 1 in theJane True series
Jane True has always felt like a misfit in Rockabill. With a shad ...
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by - written on 29/01/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Yey! I asked for this book to be added because I wanted to recommend it. Tempest Rising is very reminiscent of the early Sookie Stackhouse novels. The heroine 'Jane True' lives in a small town in which she is very much the outsider and has a very hard time of it, having mysteriously lost her mum when she was young. Jane has a secret, she swims in dangerous, freezing cold waters without any difficulty, a fact she hides from all others as they think she is strange enough as it is. Early on in the novel Jane finds out that she is only half human and realises that there is a whole supernatural society hidden amongst us. Together with a hunky vampire she solves a spate . Read the complete review
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