There’s no work to reading it and I love love love that. The Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding. I feel like Jane should’ve moved on by the time Ryu came around. I really enjoyed this book and am glad to say I have found a new series to be keeping my eyes out for. I’m glad Peeler does not do that to us. I had high hopes for this book and was largely disapponited.. While the book had a clear ending, it obviously has more story to tell.

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Jan 28, Ferdy rated it it was ok Shelves: The dialogs between the different parts of her psyche worked really well for me. Please stop the moping. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Now, Jane must enter a world filled with supernatural creatures alternatively terrifying, beautifu Living in small town Rockabill, Maine, Jane True always knew she didn’t quite fit in with so-called normal society.

He creeped me out. She is so damaged from both the town’s ostracization tempest rising nicole peeler the loss of the love of her life. I also found the constant modern-culture references a little distracting. This book was VERY funny at times.

She spent 4 days in a coma, and people thought she was a murder suicide plotter.


Jane True Series

The Dawning of Power Trilogy. Jane lost the love of her life Jason to a horrible accident that she continues to blame herself for, and which nearly cost her her own life as well. One can’t ask for better than that! There are tons of nerdy rizing to video games and TV shows or movies, too. Jane insists her man uses a condom. He and Jane simply must become more than friends down the road.

And how many ‘duh’ moments could one person possibly have? It was kind of like the author just inserted this info as a fake backstory for the reason why Jane was so depressed. Opinions of a Wolf My bestnine. It’s a humorous novel written by someone who thinks she’s funny w This book is a classic case of trying too hard.

How a tempest rising nicole peeler outcast has so many friends is beyond me, but you know Jane is despised by her woe-is-me attitude and the two ;eeler who hate her. I’m sorry, but that’s not very attractive, but I guess it was supposed to be funny and endearing. This may be one odd book cover all of them in this series are, actually but it certainly does nothing to justify the story within. Blood in the Water.

Despite what she thinks, I highly doubt the town revolves around her. But now tempedt I’ve finished the book, I know exactly what that means. It was such a fast paced, enjoyable read. Item s unavailable for purchase. Through her writing Peeler makes me want to crawl into this rrising and investigate right along side of Jane, that’s how appealing this book is.


Tempest Rising (Jane True, #1) by Nicole Peeler

Jane True thinks she’s tempest rising nicole peeler another strange girl living in a small town, until she finds a body when she is taking her usual swim in the ocean by her home. Then Ryu enters the scene, and it all goes to hell in a handbasket. Jane had more chemistry with Iris. Jane lives in a small town that hates her, with lesbian best friends, an abandonment complex, and unexpected heritage swimming her direction.

I can’t wait to read the next installment in this series Tracking the Tempest. Which brings to Ryu to town. Jane and Ryu are just the half of it. Golem in My Glovebox.