Raintree: Haunted

6/10/2007 12:36:00 PM / Posted by Kris /

<span class= Raintree: Haunted (Raintree Trilogy book 2) by Linda Winstead Jones
Great book. I liked this one much more than Inferno. The storyline was good, the characters were well suited and the story was very cohesive. If the first book turned you off, give this one a try. I am looking forward to the final installment, Raintree: Sanctuary by Beverly Barton.

Spoiler (highlight to read) ( haven't tried this yet so here goes...)
This book takes place during the same time period as Inferno (phone calls from Dante show that. And it ends the same time as the other book with the call and feeling that Gideon needs to get to Sanctuary NOW. And then the story ends but you do get the conclusion of the couple, they do get together and such before then end of the book.

It's more than a last name; more than a notation on a family tree. It's a mark of destiny. Each family member has a special gift, an otherworldly talent.
Gideon Raintree, a homicide detective, can harness electricity and talk to ghosts. He will need to wield gifts he's kept hidden to solve his newest case—a relentless serial killer unleashed by the dark Ansara wizards. But first he must deal with his reaction to Hope Malory, his alluring new partner. he'd never planned on love in the midst of battle. With evil lurking at every turn, Gideon and Hope are in a race against time to save their love, their family—and their newly conceived child.

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Comment by Casee on 6/11/2007 9:43 AM

I thought this book was SO much better than Inferno. So much better. I loved when Hope told Gideon "You were in a moobeam, all right". LOL

Comment by Kris on 6/11/2007 10:38 AM

Hey Casee, yeah that was a great line. Thanks for stopping by. :)

Comment by Holly on 6/11/2007 2:20 PM

I thought this one was much better, too, but I'm with you on how it ended. At least in Inferno we knew the H/H were going to live HEA, even if the suspense part was left open.

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