Con & Conjure
Raine Benares is a seeker who finds lost things and people. Ever since the Saghred, a soul-stealing stone that's given her unlimited power, has bonded to her, the goblin king and the elves have wanted to possess its magic themselves. Which means a goblin thief and her ex-fiancé-an elven... show more
Raine Benares is a seeker who finds lost things and people. Ever since the Saghred, a soul-stealing stone that's given her unlimited power, has bonded to her, the goblin king and the elves have wanted to possess its magic themselves. Which means a goblin thief and her ex-fiancé-an elven assassin-are after her. To survive, she'll need the help of her notorious criminal family.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 29th 2011
Pages no: 322
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
Series: Raine Benares (#5)
Much better than book 4. I liked that more of Raine's family was in this one. I enjoyed the dynamic between everyone (now if all families were that loving and supportive of each other). I liked that, despite everything, those that know Raine, know she would never do anything that would hurt them....
quick re-read via audio before I start the final book
I had some trouble starting the book, but that was me and not the book.Once in got into reading this book was every thing that I love in a book.It dose end in a cliffhanger and I hope it won't be a year before the next book comes out because I defiantly don't want to wait that long before I go back ...
The novel would’ve been a fine romp, if it wasn’t #5 in the series. And the series is getting tired. The protagonist Raine is the same in this novel as she was in the novel #1. She hasn’t changed a bit, hasn’t become smarter or wise. No development of any kind. She is a spicy elven girl with an atti...
Another great instalment to the Raine Benares series. Things are kind of going to hell in a hand basket for Raine at the moment. One of the things I love about this series is it's unpredictability. Often, when your hero or heroine gets themselves in a bad situation, you can usually guess how they're...