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review 2017-09-19 14:25
Kiss Me In The Rain (Destined for Love: Mansions) by Lindzee Armstrong
Kiss Me in the Rain (Destined for Love: Mansions) - Lindzee Armstrong

 

It's hard to control your own destiny when fate has other plans.  Lindzee Armstrong can always be counted on to keep the laughs going and the drama flowing.  Kiss Me In the Rain brings more emotion than usual.  Tyler and Layla are caught in the eye of a storm that seems to have no end in sight.  The heart is the deciding factor, but along the way encounters with danger await and adorable heads right into trouble. Laugh your way into love is a motto that Ms. Armstrong takes to heart and that mantra influence every story she writes.

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review 2017-08-21 11:36
REVIEW BY AMY - Rain (A Stranger in the Woods #1) by India R. Adams
Rain (A Stranger in the Woods, #1) - India R. Adams
What if you knew you had just met the other part of your soul—the one who could take away all the pain and loneliness—but no one believes you because the rugged stranger from the woods is nowhere to be found? Would you search for him? Would you be strong enough to believe he exist somewhere out in the darkness where you he found you? And if you were to finally find the stranger from the woods and learn he is like no other tale that has ever been told… would you still have the courage to love him?
 
Rose has no time for romance because her father has passed away from an illness plaguing her small town, and now her mother has also contracted the illness, leaving Rose’s two younger siblings to be her responsibility. But when her best friend forces her to be young for a night and celebrate her twentieth birthday with a bonfire and friends, Rose meets a stranger from the woods, and Rose soon learns he is no stranger at all. In fact, this magical being is trying to keep her… alive.
 
Two bloods of one will bring down the shadows, to cast, no more...

 

 

@TheIndiaRAdams, @Mommy_Amers, #Mythology, #Fantasy, #Fairy_Tales, 5 out of 5 (exceptional)

 

Source: sites.google.com/site/archaeolibrarian/amy/rainastrangerinthewoods1byindiaradams
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review 2017-07-11 14:39
When the Rain Comes (The Early Years #2) by AmyPond45
When the Rain Comes (The Early Years #2) - AmyPond45

4.5 stars. An angst-filled continuation fic. Sam and Dean find it hard to live apart after Sam leaves for Stamford.


'Bobby commented. "You have any idea how bad things were after you left?"
"I think I got an idea, yeah," Sam winced, guilt climbing up the back of his skull, scratching behind his eyeballs.'

Source: archiveofourown.org/works/4565214
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review 2017-06-04 00:00
Never Trust The Rain
Never Trust The Rain - Laura D. Bastian With Ami and Duncan, Ms. Bastian crafted an often humorous and exciting tale of sacrifice, discovery and new beginnings. Who find a sexy accent, a caring soul and a kindred spirit tempting. But can these opposites take a chance and risk their hearts on what could be a vacation fling? Never Trust the Rain blends themes like listening to the heart and having a sense of adventure to create a story of warmth and thought.
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review 2017-05-23 14:08
rather enjoyed this!
Rain (A Stranger in the Woods, #1) - India R. Adams
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Those of you who follow my reviews will have picked up my teeny tiny dislike of first person AND present tense AND multi point of view. That is the worst way, for me, for a book to be written. I make no bones about my dislike, and I WILL NOT apologise for dumping a book once I discover a book is written such a way. I KNEW this book was first person/present tense going in. It came highly recommended by someone whose opinion I hold in high regard. I did not know it was multi person as well. HOWEVER!! I rather enjoyed this!! It takes time for things to become clear, and being kept on my toes is always good. That waiting for it all to come together is what kept me reading. Because I did finish this, and I DO want to read book two, River, when it comes out. Rose meets the stranger in the woods, who saves her life. Gunner is her best friend. But Gunner is more like Ryder, the stranger, than he knows. When danger comes for Rose, both males have to pull it together and keep her, and others, safe. I don't usually care for younger main characters, but Rose has a wise head on her turning 20 in the book shoulders. Dealing with her father's death and her mother's illness, and that of the others in town, takes a toll on a teenager. Ryder and Gunner, once they realise what's at stake, are great together. Ryder for all his proper-ness and Gunner for all his human-ness. Without giving too much away, I did like this, really I did. I didn't LOVE it though, but I am still left wanting to read book two when it comes out later in the year. Because there is much unfinished, undone, and now.....that....has happened, things will come to a head soon. Oh, and Ms Adams?? You made me cry. When Rose says 'I'm gonna be a mama, and I need my mama' or words to that effect. Bawled my bloody eyes out, thank you very much!! Because, no matter how old you are, you always need your mama, more so, when she isn't here any more. I didn't like the Vikes dialogue. I had to sound out loud every word that wasn't immediately obvious. I looked silly on the bus! So, a solid... 4 stars **same worded review will appear elsewhere**

 

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