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Product Details

  • Series: Jane True (Book 5)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Orbit (June 26, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316128112
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316128117
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.7 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #840,893 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for the Jane True series:

" Peeler pulls out all the stops in this heart-stopping tale with a cliffhanger ending that will leave you gasping!" - RT Book Reviews (Top Pick!) on Tempest's Fury

"Jane is sure to endear herself to new readers with her charm, sass, and vulnerability, while longtime fans will be thrilled by her magical and emotional growth." --- Publishers Weekly

"Witty and fun, with a dash of dark suspense." --- Scifichick.com

"A new star is rising in the urban fantasy world. With her Jane True character, Peeler launches a first-person series that's an exciting journey of self-discovery and murder mystery." --- RT Book Reviews (4-1/2 Stars)

"Grounded equally in ancient myth and the challenges of modern life, Jane True lives up to her name ... true, and truly unique! A fascinating, fast-paced, sexy storm of a book." --- Rachel Caine

About the Author

Nicole Peeler writes urban fantasy and is an associate professor at Seton Hill University, where she co-directs their MFA in Writing Popular Fiction. Having recently finished her award-winning Jane True series, she is looking forward to the publication of Jinn and Juice, the first book in a series about a cursed jinni living in Pittsburgh. Nicole also lives in Pittsburgh, although she's neither cursed nor a jinni.

More About the Author

Nicole D. Peeler writes urban fantasy for Orbit Books and, in her spare time, is an assistant professor at Seton Hill University, where she teaches in their MFA in Writing Popular Fiction. Having recently finished the final book of her award-winning Jane True series, she is looking forward to the upcoming publication of Jinn and Juice, the first book in a series about a cursed jinni living in Pittsburgh. Nicole also lives in Pittsburgh, although she's neither cursed nor a jinni.

She's also a proud member of the League of Reluctant Adults and an alumna of both Boston University and The University of Edinburgh.

Please like her Facebook fan page for up to date information on Nicole's writing. If you want to chat with her or see pictures of her sammiches, feel free to "friend" her on Facebook (Nicole Peeler) or follow her on Twitter (@NicolePeeler). She's also got a Pinterest for her new book, where you can get a sneak peek at her worldbuilding process. If you'd like to send Nicole a message, the best way to do so is through email, at IHeartSelkies(at)gmail(dot)com. The worst way is through Facebook Messages, as they tend to get eaten, and Nicole loves hearing from all of you.

For an autographed bookplate, send a SASE to Nicole Peeler, Box 421F, Seton Hill University, Seton Hill Drive, Greensburg, PA, 15601. Please specify any personalization you'd like.

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Lots of things I thought would happen, but I didn't see this and to be honest...I hate it!
Kate Ancel
There are some awesome battle scenes, a wonderful mythos, humor, and great characters that are fun to read about.
K. Eckert
Will definitely look forward to the next installment where I hope they play a bigger role again.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jen TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 26, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I'll admit it. I am having serious trouble with this review. All I want to talk about is the ending. I know that's not fair. I can't spoil people. I can't rob them of that feeling I got when Nicole Peeler totally ripped the rug out from under me in the last chapter. Unfortunately, my brain just won't let me move past it. So I must tell you off the bat that the ending to this book is a shocking/ amazing/ horrible punch-in-the-gut cliffhanger. But I won't tell you what it is.

That being said, let's go back to the beginning. The story starts with Jane on a mission to Great Britain to help Blondie deal with a new supernatural threat. Ancient elemental entities similar to the underground creature in the last book, are threatening to make a comeback. And unlike the being that imbued Jane with her new fancy ax, these beings are murderous and fierce. Blondie actually hacked up the Air and Fire beings, also known as the Red Queen and the White King, back in the day --when she was the champion of the magic ax. Their pieces were scattered around the world, but now someone is gathering the pieces to put the monsters back together again. Jane, Anyan, and Blondie have to stop it.

It's a cool story arc. It's fast moving and full of action. It takes unexpected twists and turns and it incorporates some familiar faces from past books. All this while continuing to expand the established world building.

The book is really good. I only had one complaint. That was the ridiculous number of near-sex encounters between Anyan and Jane. I was already stretched to my limit before I started the book. While I appreciate the need and desire to keep sexual tension alive, I was just flat out annoyed with all the stops and starts.

Back to the plus side... I love Anyan. Love.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Book Obsession.. on June 26, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Jane is still relatively new to the supernatural world, so the last thing she ever expected to be was the Champion, someone chosen above all others to fight the good fight against evil. But sometimes fate likes to play her twisted little game and right now Jane's up to bat. She'd much rather be spending time getting to know the yummy Anyan in their new relationship, but when duty calls, someone has to step up to the plate. Unfortunately getting everyone to follow her won't be easy as she is seen as anything but powerful. Now she has to prove to herself and others that she has what it takes or everything they know will be lost. Failure is not an option.

I can't believe I'm saying this, but I was really frustrated with how much focus was placed on Jane and Anyan's relationship rather than the actual action and series plot progression. Actually, the relationship itself wasn't the problem as I am a huge fan of the two of them together. In fact, I have been practically salivating for the two to FINALLY get together. And therein lies the problem. Tempest's Fury continued the trend of Jane and Anyan trying to be together, but anytime they started to even remotely get physical some major event would interrupt them. Then they would "fix" that immediate problem and then try again to be together only to have something else happen to muck things up. The pattern continued like that for most of the book, and after the third time I literally yelled at my book saying "Oh come on already!!" To make matters worse, Jane got the brilliant idea in her head for them to take things slow to get to know what another. What? I mean the past few books haven't been enough really? Build up and tension in a book can be a good thing, especially when it pulls the reader further into the story.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kathy Davie on September 14, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Fifth in the Jane True urban fantasy series revolving around a half-human, half-selkie woman and her friends out to save the world.

My Take
Hmmmm, interesting warning about the use of Facebook...!

It's sweet that Jane wants to date Anyan, get to know him. And he does come up with some sweet, thoughtful dates. It's Jane's reticence that drives me nuts and just makes the end worse! I cried so hard. And she keeps calling this warrior "puppy"...too cute! I just love Anyan's T-shirts and that he trusts Jane to teach him how to swim. Peeler has such a great sense of humor.

The truth about Dr. Who!!

Yet again, the winners (also know as "those in power") write the history. Although the consequences of their, ahem, adjustments certainly make a good reason to stop re-writing it!

Typical, the powers-that-be are more concerned with appearance than protecting their citizens. I love that Jane just goes for it. And the Creature supports her! He also suggests Jane take on a new role for the supernaturals. It's "baby seal to the rescue", LOL.

I get that the Alfar are angry and deny Jane and company the use of their helicopter, but then why is Griffin with them on the train?


Jane makes a good point about the difference between Morrigan's troops engaging in battle practice while their side is just a bunch of leather daddies and harpies talking fashion.

Anyan's history with the Indian princess and how the Alfar treated her certainly explains Anyan's hatred for the Alfar.
It makes no sense for them to wait for Morrigan to get inside the cathedral. Why didn't they just take her outside? It would have been safer for the relic.
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