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Tempest's Legacy by Nicole Peeler
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Apr 10, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: in, 2011, urban, fantasy, jane-true, series
Read in October, 2011

Half-selkie Jane True is struggling for balance in her life. Balance between her human and selkie sides, balance between the normal world and the supernatural, balance in her relationship with bad boy baobhan sith Ryu. When her old friend and secret lust Anyan arrives bearing terrible news, Jane's entire world falls apart. Even worse, one of the most powerful supernaturals, Jarl, continues to target Jane and those close to her. Jane is sick of being a passive little seal waiting to be clubbed. This time, she's ready to wield the club herself.[return][return]This third book had a lot of surprising twists and turns and I was surprised by the darkness at some points. Jane really goes through hell, and Peeler handles it in an adept manner. I especially like the twists in the romantic subplot. Ryu isn't a bad sort, but he is very selfish, and I'm really glad that Jane is attuned to that. Her attraction to Anyan makes perfect sense and the book is really more fun with that romantic temptation instead of Ryu and Jane just falling into bed at every opportunity (not that that was a bad thing--Peeler creates some fabulous, laugh-out-loud sex scenes).

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