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Katie's Hellion (Rhyn Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 804 KB
  • Print Length: 220 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Guerrilla Wordfare (May 27, 2011)
  • Publication Date: May 27, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005347RCW
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***About Lizzy***

Lizzy Ford is the award winning, internationally acclaimed author of over fifty titles written for young adult, new adult and adult romance readers, to include the internationally bestselling Rhyn Trilogy, Witchling Series and the War of Gods series. Considered a freak of nature by her peers for the ability to write and release a commercial quality novel in under a month, Lizzy has focused on keeping her readers happy by producing brilliant, gritty romances that remind people why true love is a trial worth enduring.

Lizzy's books can be found in every major ereader library, to include: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, Kobo, Sony and Smashwords. She lives in southern Arizona with her husband, three dogs and a cat.

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* Fan favorites (paranormal): "Katie's Hellion," "Dark Summer"

* About a reader who gets sucked into a book: "Black Moon Draw"

* Contemporary romance: "Semper Mine"

* Spicy urban fantasy/paranormals: "Zoey Rogue","Charred Heart"

* Sweet (fade to black sex scenes) paranormal romance: "Damian's Oracle," "Katie's Hellion," "Xander's Chance"

* Novellas: (paranormal) "A Demon's Desire," (contemporary romance) "Maddy's Oasis"

* Teen paranormals: "Dark Summer," "Cursed"

* Teen literary fiction: "Broken Beauty"

* Lizzy's first book ever: "Damian's Oracle"

* Time travel: "West"

* Sci-Fi (non-series) romance: (dystopian) "Rebel Heart," (alien) "Kiera's Moon," (futuristic) "Star Kissed"

* First books in each series:
"Damian's Oracle" (War of Gods)
"Katie's Hellion" (Rhyn Trilogy)
"Gabriel's Hope" (Rhyn Eternal)
"Charred Heart" (Heart of Fire)
"Dark Summer" (Witchlings)
"Zoey Rogue" (Incubatti)
"Hear No" (Hidden Evil)
"West" (History Interrupted - standalones)
"Semper Mine" (Sons of War - standalones)
"Severed" (Starwalkers)
"Cursed" (Voodoo Nights)
"Broken Beauty" (Broken Beauty Novellas)
"Xander's Chance" (Damian Eternal)
"Elle's Journey" (The Foretold Trilogy)

***Lizzy's complete catalog***

Omega Series (young adult dystopian with Greek gods, set in modern Wash DC)
"Omega" (Oct 26, 2015)
"Theta" (2016)
"Alpha" (2017"

Omega Beginnings Miniseries (prequel to Omega)

2014-2015 non series books
"The Door" (2015)
"Highlander Enchanted" (2015)
"Black Moon Draw"

History Interrupted (new adult time travel)
"North" (2016)
"South" (2017)

Sons of War (contemporary military romance)
"Semper Mine"
"Soldier Mine"
"SEAL Mine" (2016)

Unnamed (new adult urban fantasy)
"Unnatural" (2015)
"Unmade" (2016)

Incubatti series (NA urban fantasy) - published by Evatopia Press
"Zoey Rogue"
"Zoey Avenger"

Heart of Fire (new adult shifter series)
"Charred Heart"
"Charred Tears"
"Charred Hope"

Starwalkers Serials (with Julia Crane)

Hidden Evil Series (Adult paranormal)
"Hear No"
"See No" (2015)
"Speak No" (2016)

Broken Beauty Novellas - published by Evatopia Press
"Broken Beauty"
"Broken World"

Voodoo Nights (YA paranormal) - published by Evatopia Press
"Chosen" (TBD)

Rhyn Eternal
"Gabriel's Hope"
"Deidre's Death"
"Darkyn's Mate"
"The Underworld"
"Twisted Fate" (2015)

Rhyn Trilogy
"Katie's Hellion"
"Katie's Hope"
"Rhyn's Redemption"

Witchling Series (YA paranormal) - published by Evatopia Press
"Dark Summer"
"Autumn Storm"
"Winter Fire"
"Spring Rain"

War of Gods (Damian) Series (Adult paranormal)
"Damian's Oracle"
"Damian's Assassin"
"Damian's Immortal"
"The Grey God"

The Foretold Trilogy (YA fantasy)
"Elle's Journey"
"Shadow Rising" (2015)
"The Journey West" (TBD)

Damian Eternal series (Adult paranormal)
"Xander's Chance"
"The Black God"

Non series titles:
"Star Kissed" (Sci-fi Romance)
"The Warlord's Secret" (Fantasy romance)
"Maddy's Oasis" (Contemp romance)
"Kiera's Moon" (Sci-fi Romance)
"A Demon's Desire" (Paranormal romance)
"Rebel Heart" (Sci-fi Romance)

Short stories:
"Santa's Ninja Elf: Natasha"
"Santa's Ninja Elf: Hunter"
"Snow Whisperers"
"The Phoenix and the Darkness"
"Rhyn Trilogy: Origins"
"Kiera's Home"

***Contact Lizzy***

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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 2, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
Katie is our 22 year old heroine whose world is changed by the sudden arrival of a five year old who claims to be her son, Toby. Despite being a clearly unfit mother, the `authorities' insist that Katie take the boy home with her. A visit with here psychologist informs her that she was raped five years ago, which caused her amnesia of her son's existence (a surprisingly well researched account, considering the genre of the book). This is when we discover that Toby is a baby angel, who has been handed through surrogate mothers who have their memories altered for years, while our heroine is apparently immune to the powers of the Ancients. An immunity that, for some reason, makes Katie irresistible to them. The youngest of the Ancients, Rhyn, has been locked up with only Death's main squeeze to lean on for company and support. The moment he sees Katie, he too lusts for her and decides that she is the mate for him. Yes, it is that kind of book. Throw in a reality/world breaking family feud and some magic and you have the entire plot of Katie's Hellion.
I'm going to go with eehhh. Let's be honest here, I got this book for my kindle because it was free. Don't let that cloud your opinion of it; it's actually not a bad fantasy novel, so far as self-insert female leads go. I say this, because it is clearly what Katie was written to be, or at least I hope she was; a character that flat can only hope to be a one-size-fits-all girl, especially when coupled with a man for whom she cannot contain her overwhelming lust and vice versa. A staple, so far as I am concerned, in non-Mary Sue popularised fantasy romance novels.
Not that Katie is more of a complex character. I mean, seriously, this chick just stands there and takes everything that is thrown at her and then goes back to the dick that caused it.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Close Encounters with the Night Kind on April 4, 2012
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I think that parenting makes your humor shift a bit, because I'm sorry but I died laughing at the beginning of this book. First Katie gets pulled over by a cop on her way to work at the ungodly hour of around 4:30 am. She was speeding(37 in a 35) and had a tail light out. This really tickled me because after the officer was through with her she had a lot of charges and an extremely expensive ticket. It wasn't funny that she got all of these charges, it was funny because something like this would so happen to me. I had an instant connection with Katie. That doesn't happen to often. So I was still chuckling about the cop when she hops on the train to continue her journey to work. She had a headache coming on and was pushed out of the way rather rudely by a child around the age of 5 years old that hopped on the train at the next stop. Since becoming a mother, you realize that children will always embarrass you and that majority of the innocent things they do are annoying or rude to most people. So as she is about to get off the train, this child (Toby) starts screaming for his Mama. Katie thinks nothing of it, maybe the child's mother was in front of her, until the little boy latches on to her. Katie is shocked but wants to help the child and asks him his name. By this time the child has made such a scene that several people have stopped to watch. So she asks him about his mother and Toby begins to cry rather loudly. He was claiming that she was his mother and that she was trying to leave him on the train. Katie is at a loss. She knows she has no children and thinks maybe the child has mistaken her for someone that either looks like her or has on the same outfit. Its logical right?Read more ›
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By The Book Keeper on March 23, 2012
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I am glad I did not pay for this book, I would have been annoyed with myself.

For the first few chapters, I could not get past the feeling this was actually a sequel but the author forgot to label it book two. Or the author had written a prologue and took it out by accident. I was dropped into a plot I had to work hard to understand. It was choppy, jumping here and there and often did not make sense or lacked sufficient (if any) explanation, and the inconsistencies did not help. I did not like Katie with her pill popping and booze guzzling, nor any other character. I positively did not like the concept of the female lead falling heavily for someone who abuses her, and who goes on to forgive and excuse the behavior of another abuser.

I know this is fantasy, but even fantasy needs a touch of realism and logic. The bulk of Katie's Hellion has neither. The idea behind this story has such great potential, what a shame the author could not make it work.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Browne on November 8, 2011
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I love Lizzy's books and generally prefer her style of giving information slowly to put it all together. If you don't like to wait for the plot to develop, you won't like this novel. If you like to piece together the twisted stories of multiple interesting chacters, then this series and the Damian series will be right up your ally.
Lizzy has great plots and charcters that really draw you in.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Judith on August 12, 2011
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I didn't like this book when I first began reading it. The story line seemed choppy and a bit hard to figure out. I really didn't get into an understanding of what was going on with the plot until about the 3rd or 4th chapter. Maybe I'm a bit slow. I think Katie's character could use a little work. There doesn't seem to be much depth to her, aside from her alcoholism (a bit much there I think). The story got better the closer it got to the end of the book. If the book hadn't been free, I would have been upset about paying for a book I only half liked. Not sure if I will bother with the second book - unless that comes out as a freebie also.
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