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Wrong as Rain: A Rose City Thriller (The Rose City Thriller Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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"Resonates... memorable and suspenseful."
"Hooked from the start."
"A fantastic read!"
"Wrong as Rain was AWESOME."
"I couldn't put it down."
"Layered and intense."
"Five stars all the way!"
Praise for Forty-Four...
A FANTASTIC novel! Forty-Four was just about impossible to putdown once I started. From the very beginning, there was an air of mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat... I highly recommend this fantastic novel! - The Caffeinated Diva
Everything from the setting, to the time frame, to the characters, was beautifully developed. This book is truly a gem and I highly recommend it. It literally took my breath away. - Avery's Book Review
Sinclair sucked me in like a vacuum cleaner sucks up dirt. She brings mystery, love, and friendship to the book and weaves a lovely tale. - Just Another Book Addict
IMPRESSIVE! Forty-Four is a wolf in sheep's clothing, and will take readers by storm. With so much information in such a small book it will impress readers to the detail and depth in so few pages. The conclusion will take your breath away. Don't miss you chance to check out this amazing story. - The Book Whisperer
Fantastic, edge of your seat thriller. A MUST READ! It twists you about and as soon as you think you have it all figured out, throws you for the final loop with an ending that will break the hardest heart. - Wormhole
About the Author
Emily Jordan lives in Portland, Oregon. She's bad with men and good with dogs, cats, and fish. She is currently working on When the Night Comes Falling, a romantic thriller set in the Pacific Northwest.
- ASIN : B01M8IH0IF
- Publisher : You Come Too Publishing (October 13, 2016)
- Publication date : October 13, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 561 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 396 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #733,379 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is an absolutely excellent read. Readers who enjoyed Abby from the 44 series will be pleased to see their old friend in stable happier times. And Kate, the supportive sister, has grown to be a vital presence in her own right. The authors have textured a life for Kate that is rich in complexity. I for one, will enjoy getting to know Kate better. This is a brutal book in that it addresses a dark subject without looking away. It is well worth reading and unfortunately, is very timely in our society. I recommend this book highly.
While fictional, it hits close to home for many people, predominantly young college students, athletes and tackles a subject that's getting all too common.
What does Kate Craig - a feisty reporter at the Portland Free Press, Joey Richardson - a young budding Quarterback, Jessica Kaplan - a dead young girl and Clay Moore - a relentless Detective have that connects them together? Follow Kate and Clay on their separate paths to finding justice and seeking the killer. Will Jessica's killer be found? Read along in this psychological thriller and follow the characters through a roller coaster of a ride. It'll leave you wanting more!
The content is reality with extremely valuable information, even to the point of saving your life, and not just from death, but from life quality devastation for and your loved ones involved in your life.
Not only does this book keep you from putting it down, but the information put out there for college students (or anyone) is awesome. This book provides them with the statistics. tactic.
I loved the edge to “Wrong as Rain.” I loved the contrast of love and sex vs. violent rape--and, of course, the paranormal. I love how the paranormal aspect is every bit believable.
The topic of rape in a college setting is a tough one to tackle, but authors Sinclair and Jordan address this story with forthright honesty and solid facts, while still telling an engaging story that will keep you interested. While this story takes place after the conclusion of the final book of the 44 series, it stands alone; you can read it without reading the 44 series (but really folks, 44 is awesome and you should read that too!) This book kept my attention to the point that I didn't want to put it down.
I love, love, love the 44 series by Jools Sinclair. To the point where I have publicly danced with excitement (in front if a class of teenagers) when I got an email from Jools saying a new book was coming out. This series is so very different. It's dirtier and more raw.
I understand that Kate's world is different than Abby's so I did not expect the same. I also read the first book of this series and it was okay. But this book, it reads like a research paper on rape statistics. Or maybe like a debate paper highlighting varying views and attitudes on rape. It was more graphic than I prefer. I also found it overly predictable. I could guess every "twist" long before it came and I didn't find any real mystery to the plot. I knew what happened before anyone else in the book even suspected it.
So, I was very disappointed. I debated between two stars and three. It gets three for being well researched and well written. Just not my cup of tea.
Top reviews from other countries
I really like the character of Kate but got cross with her for putting a story first, I know that most of her life has been about journalism but I was hoping she would think of Clay and his needs. This tells you that the characters draw you into the book and you can feel their joy and pain.
The writing is absolutely brilliant once you start the book you won't want to put is down. The story evolves well and it was thought provoking about what happens in real life. I just loved this book and it was an even better sequel!