Rainne

Biography

Reader of horror, paranormal, fantasy, thrillers and some sci-fi.

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Smashwords book reviews by Rainne

  • Heku : Book 1 of the Heku Series on July 12, 2015

    This book was absolutely amazing!!! The whole series is amazing!!! This series is one of my all time favourites. I was sad the series came to an end! Looking at other reviews it seems as though you either love it or hate it… I love it! I found the first two books in the series for free on Amazon, and once I started reading I couldn’t stop… I had to know what happened next. I read all 9 books in 2 weeks (buying the other 7). The characters are well developed and the plot is gripping. I’ve lived alongside Emily for years, as she struggled to find her place in the Heku world, as she made friends and fell in love. I’ve shared her happiness, her anger, her sorrow… a whole roller-coaster of emotions. This series puts a different spin on ‘vampires’ and the way they live.
  • The Finding on July 12, 2015

    I enjoyed this series, it's well written and draws you deep into the world of the Lycan. (books1-5 read) The first book is useful in establishing the Lycan culture... laws, traditions, politics, etc., with some great insight into the background. The world building throughout the series is wonderfully descriptive. The characters are well developed with strong personalities, and continue to grow through the books. Overall the series is fascinating, imaginative, dark and thrilling. A must read for fans of the paranormal, though not really for teens.
  • Eternal Service: A COLONY Paranormal Romance Vampire Series on July 12, 2015

    An adult paranormal book that has suspense, action and romance. A wonderfully written book, with great character development. The story flows well and has a unique take on the lives of vampires, and their place in the world. I was captivated by the book and think it's a great start to the series.
  • Baby Girl Book 1: In the Beginning on July 12, 2015

    A powerful and well written, but brief introductory novel to a series, that has left me wanting more. The author does a great job of depicting events and settings and bringing her characters to life. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.
  • Throwing Away the Good on Nov. 20, 2015

    A short, action packed and somewhat 'steamy' book. Within this story you get a teasing glimpse of the characters and the world that will, no doubt, be expanded upon in the following books. A great little introduction to the Enforcers and Coterie series.
  • The Case of the Missing Bubble Gum Card: A Jarvis Mann Detective Short Story on Nov. 20, 2015
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    A heartwarming short story, and a lovely way to introduce a new detective. Not a lot of detective work or action in this book, the first of the series. but plenty of personality and character. I will be reading book 2
  • Rising Tide: Dark Innocence on Jan. 04, 2020

    This trilogy is one of those that you want to read from beginning to end without stopping. The storyline is fantastic and flows seamlessly from one book to the next. The plot is well thought out, with great twists and turns throughout, and I loved the multi-dimensional characters. I really enjoyed theses books, and am looking forward to reading the first book of the follow-up trilogy, The DeLuca Vampires. A well-written supernatural series for readers of all ages.