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Raine O'Tierney
Raine O'Tierney is an always-writing, boundlessly enthusiastic, exclamation point addict! (!!!) She is known for declaring every day "the best day EVER!" and every thing her "all-time FAVORITE!" Raine spends her days working as a library lady, fighting the good fight for intellectual freedom.... show more

Raine O'Tierney is an always-writing, boundlessly enthusiastic, exclamation point addict! (!!!) She is known for declaring every day "the best day EVER!" and every thing her "all-time FAVORITE!" Raine spends her days working as a library lady, fighting the good fight for intellectual freedom. Frequently changing genres, Raine always tries to imbue her stories with what she calls "The Sweetness" of which there are five Fs (first loves, first times, fidelity, forever-type endings, and... friskiness?). After twenty plus years of writing and dreaming, a decade spent working on M/M, and a year of being a lionheart, Raine is so pleased to finally be a published author! She loves to discuss writing, point-and-click adventure games, and which kind of dachshunds are the best kind of dachshunds!
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Cat's Books: Romance
Cat's Books: Romance rated it 4 months ago
Beau Bell is a former Olympic hopeful, left paralyzed from the waist down after a car accident. He has every reason in the world to be pissed off and miserable, yet he’s training for the Paralympics Men's 100m—S6 division. The chair? Just a part of who he is now. Beau's attitude is golden. If only h...
Momma Says to Read
Momma Says to Read rated it 7 months ago
Young adult, coming of age, romance, and a bit of mystery all rolled into a beautifully written story that is absolutely impossible to put down. I don't read a lot of young adult, but the premise for this one intrigued me and once I started reading, the story was so compelling that I couldn't stop. ...
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blub rated it 1 year ago
It was fun to see Crowley and Rell make an appearance in this book and seeing how far they've come in their relationship. Tyler and David were cute together and fun. I was angry when I found out what Tyler did with his trust fund and what his father did to him. I felt really bad for him and didn't l...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 2 years ago
As an examination on grief, this is a great story. It shows how Oliver comes to terms with his brother's death in Afghanistan and how this shakes his entire life to the core. Everything he was working towards, all his plans for his future, are now called into question and he has to figure out who he...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 2 years ago
If this is what all fated/bonded stories are like, call me not a fan. They have absolutely no choice in the matter because they're "meant to be" and even if they reject each other now, they'll come back to each other eventually. Plus that whole "Fate's string" is all but dragging them toward each ot...
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