Don't Rhine on My Parade [NOOK Book]

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Book One: Piper Cavanaugh is The Rhine Maiden, a descendent of the sirens who lured sailors to their deaths with beautiful singing. After vowing never to use her supernatural power of command, she is more than happy to stay at home with her two little girls, but one little slip-up and her secret has come back to bite her – literally.

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Don't Rhine on My Parade

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Overview

Book One: Piper Cavanaugh is The Rhine Maiden, a descendent of the sirens who lured sailors to their deaths with beautiful singing. After vowing never to use her supernatural power of command, she is more than happy to stay at home with her two little girls, but one little slip-up and her secret has come back to bite her – literally.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044572829
  • Publisher: Erin Evans
  • Publication date: 6/4/2013
  • Series: Rhine Maiden , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 120,448
  • File size: 312 KB

Meet the Author

Erin Evans is a stay-at-home mom and an avid reader of fantasy, sci-fi, literary fiction, mysteries, thrillers, and pretty much anything else that has been written (excepting romance and horror). Her love of writing started at a young age through literature classes with her mother, the author of Learning Language Arts through Literature. She graduated from Samford University with a Bachelor’s of Music, and spent a year teaching in China. Four children later, Erin’s control freak nature made her dream of having the power to command instant obedience from her children. This inspired her to create The Rhine Maiden, whose heroine, Piper, lives a life very similar to Erin’s. Sadly, the supernatural powers are imaginary and Erin has to live vicariously through her writing.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2013

    Fun

    Great series, read them all! Want more

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2013

    Read all about it

    The rhine series is a quirky funny series that has fantasy mixed real housewife issues. Ive read the whole series twice and i recommend it to everyone. Also check out food for love by erin.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2013

    This is a story about Piper Cavanaugh, a stay at home wife and m

    This is a story about Piper Cavanaugh, a stay at home wife and mother of two young girls. She has a strange ability that she hates. She thinks it makes her a monster. A bad college experience with her ability makes her vow never to use it again.
    Years and years later when her emotions are running high, she uses her ability, in public. Unfortunately, this puts her on the radar of the supernatural "government." They go after her because she could have exposed supernaturals.
    The story goes on from there detailing what she does to keep herself alive, humanity safe, and her family in the dark.

    The book was pleasant, well written, and really funny in places. I love the realistic aspect of the heroine. She can't just jump up and go save humanity. She has to call a sitter first and it's usually her mother in law, who she doesn't quite get along with. There is also a side story where she has to deal with her out of control teenage sister while their parents are out of town.
    She needs to battle witches, fairies, and vampires, but first, she has to make a quick side trip for diapers.

    I've read the entire series so far and cannot wait for the next book.

    I can definitely recommend this book and its sequels with no reservations.

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