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The Lost Night (A Rainshadow Novel) Mass Market Paperback – September 4, 2012
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*Starred Review* Aura healer and martial-arts-expert Rachel Blake knows monsters exist. In fact, she encounters one, Marcus Lancaster, on a daily basis at the Chapman Clinic. Rachel knows she can’t successfully treat Marcus using her healer’s talents because he isn’t sick; he’s a psychopath. Unfortunately, the clinic’s owner disagrees with Rachel’s diagnosis, which leaves Rachel out of a job and back on Rainshadow Island running the bookstore-café left to her by her great-aunts. However, Marcus isn’t the only monster in Rachel’s life. Memories of the bizarre creatures Rachel encountered the night she became trapped in the mysterious preserve on Rainshadow Island continue to haunt her dreams. Although Rachel might not remember exactly how she got into the preserve or even how she got back out, she does know that Harry Sebastian, a self-proclaimed monster hunter, may be the one man who can provide her with the answers she needs to vanquish the monsters once and for all. Castle’s deliciously dry sense of wit, delightfully amusing characters, and devilishly imaginative plot, spiked with plenty of thrilling twists and turns, all add up to another stellar romance from one of the genre’s most consistently entertaining writers. --John Charles
“No matter who she’s writing as, whether it’s as Castle, Jayne Ann Krentz or Amanda Quick, this is one author who never, ever disappoints.”—Fresh Fiction
"Jayne Castle, one of the pioneers of the futuristic subgenre, continues to set the standard against which all other such books are judged.”—Affaire de Coeur
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Top customer reviews
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.
I'm still a fan, but will think about possibly getting her next book from the library instead of buying it.
The Rainbow Island series is exciting with all the paranormal talent. I like the little dust bunnies that get about being so cute and when danger is near turn into something dangerous.
I loved how it carries on from Canyons of the Night with Rachael and Harry as the new characters.
Looking forward to the new book