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The Lost Night (A Rainshadow Novel) by Jayne Castle (2012-09-04)

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  • By Alenya on June 23, 2013

    The Rainshadow series!This is the second book in the series and I didn't think it could possibly be as good as the first. Boy was I wrong! Harry Sebastian, (yeah, Those Sebastians ), is every bit as interesting and sexy as Slade, (the hero of the first book), and has a very strong and extremely rare talent just to add even more spice.Our heroine is very interesting and likeable, which is not always true of strong female characters. All too often, they come across as bossy or just plain selfish and thoughtless. Not so here. Rachel was raised in a harmonic enlightenment community. While she is always having to correct various misconceptions that people have, (especially a lot of men's sexual fantasies about "free" love attitudes of those practitioners of harmonic enlightenment), she appriciates her upbringing, but knows she doesn't fit in there.Trying to find a place she does fit in, as well as claiming the inheritance of a bookstore, is how she ends up on Rainshadow Island.Sebastian has come to find out why the Preserve that his family owns and protects is changing. Recently, the psi inside the Preserve has been getting "hotter"; while the energy fence doesn't seem to be as effective as it has been in the past. Seems like more people are able to get past it now.Things are changing, and not for the better.Rachel knows she spent about twelve hours inside the Preserve a few weeks ago. She not only went in, but also managed to find her way out again; a very rare occurrence. Too bad she has no memory of how or why she did it, or what happened to her during those twelve hours; nightmares, but no memories.Harry and Rachel need to figure it out fast because Someone does know what happened, and is anxious for a do-over. Only this time, they don't plan on letting Rachel get out of the Preserve...ever.Harry knows the only way anyone is going to harm Rachel, is over his dead body.Turns out; that's the plan.If you love paranormal romantic suspense, you can't beat Jayne Castle, aka, Jayne Ann Krentz and Amanda Quick!I have thoroughly enjoyed all of her world of Harmony books. It would be impossible to choose a favorite.Pick up the first book, and dive in! Just be sure not to start at bedtime unless you don't have to get up early the next morning. These are hard to put down!

  • By Stephanie on May 15, 2013

    I love JAK, in all of pseudonyms, and this was another solid, if already done book. We see a little of the ties in the Lantern Street series (Quick) and a few name dropping appearances from some of the more solid Castle books but while the characters are aware of Arcane they are not part of Arcane.The second book in the Rainshadow Island series, I'm growing a little tired of the (admittingly at first cute) dust bunnies. If the things are so common that most protagonists have 1 if not a matched pair why does every. single. villain. feel the need to ask, "What is that thing!" when confronted with one.I did have to go back and read the preceding book, Canyons of the Night, to fill in a few gaps which, for me, is indicative of me skimming these books and not reading as thoroughly as I have others. Might be growing bored with the redone plotlines.

  • By Marty Field on May 31, 2013

    Jayne Ann Krentz writes as Jayne Castle in this futuristic, paranormal romance-adventure. This is the first of the "Rainshadow Island" series. However, as the last book of the "Looking Glass Trilogy" takes place there, that's debatable. The plot here also brings in the Sebastian family and three paranormally powerful stones. They show up in "Crystal Garden," the first of the "Ladies of Lantern Street" series, set in a much earlier time period and written under her other pen name of Amanda Quick. OK, now that the book relationships are set... The book is devoted to figuring out what's causing the growth of the dark energy that threatens the island and who is involved with it. This is in addition to the growing relationship between Sebastian and the lady bookstore owner. The Preserve is a dangerous area, but Sebastian's family treasure, once buried there for safety, is missing and they have to find it. Also involved is a violent sociopath who is fixated on the book store owner. Thrills, chills, and romance, something for everyone..

  • By Doreen G on January 20, 2018

    I have read all of Ms Castle’s book and totally enjoyed them. Futuristic, suspenseful and just enough romance and funThe heroine doesn’t wait around to be saved either. I like that.

  • By K. Brandt on November 28, 2012

    I've been following the Jayne Castle books for a while now and I've grown to love the world of Harmony. However, this book in particular didn't hold my attention as much as the rest before it. While the mystery aspect was engaging, the love story between Harry and Rachel doesn't seem very founded. I can certainly buy in that they're attracted to one another and like each other. But the ending just seems like there's something missing. That there should have been more between them.I'm still a fan, but will think about possibly getting her next book from the library instead of buying it.

  • By Mayuri on February 24, 2018

    She’s better when she’s writing in her Amanda Quick persona . Maybe she just doesn’t have her sci fi sea legs yet. Her medieval series were great, Regency was terrible, Victorian series were amazing! Check out her other books. I haven’t given up on her as Jayne Castle yet, I’ll give the next one a go.

  • By Pat S on July 8, 2017

    Hope Krentz continues with great characters. Would love a book with all the dustbunnies involved in highjinks with their humans.

  • By Kindle Customer on August 21, 2016

    This series has become one of my favorite series.. I am reading it for the third time. This author has given us a unique picture of what the future could hold for us. Simply, a curtain opens that allows space travel, and homes on other worlds. When the curtain suddenly closes, the travelers are stuck in a new world where the excitement and mystery begins..if you like mystery, action and romance plus a cute little pet called a Dust Bunny, you should really enjoy these books.

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