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Acid Rayne Paperback – October 8, 2014
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Rayne is an awesome female lead and I found myself wishing I had the same kind of strength that she does. She didn’t start out so strong. Or at least, it didn’t seem that way, but the real her emerges soon after. Rayne, like most women, has several different “faces.” Many of us show a different face to each perspective of our lives. For instance, my soccer mom face is different from my parent teacher conference face, which is different from my roller derby face. It’s not an attempt to be deceitful; it’s just that each aspect of our lives is a different environment, therefore requiring different “faces.” Rayne is torn because it seems like she thinks she can only choose one face.
She is faced with choosing which life is more right for her. Is the rock and roll life that she always dreamed of going to be the best for her, or will it be the quiet, controlled life of a politician? Rayne faces decisions I would never want to have to choose for myself.
Eventually the stress of everything gets to Rayne. She thinks she has chosen the rock and roll life she previously left behind, but finds herself being forced into rehab thanks to a nasty little drug habit she refuses to get under control. In her search for finding herself, she has made some unfortunate choices.
This story was very emotional for me. I enjoyed reading it very much. I liked the story itself, and the thought and care the author put into her characters. Stevens’ characters were all pretty likeable in some way or another, though were disappointing at times, this made them feel more human. I read Acid Rayne in one day because I was so caught up in the story I couldn’t stop reading.Read more ›
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Great Book!!! The Wicked series is also good!!! Can't wait to see what else you come out with!Published 12 months ago by candise
Omg loved this book!! It was funny and such a good story about over coming life trials!! And learning to live with no regrets!!!!Published 12 months ago by teri