Katie's Hellion (Book I, Rhyn Trilogy)

Katie's Hellion (Book I, Rhyn Trilogy)

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by LIZZY FORD
     
 

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Katie thinks she’s going crazy when a baby immortal and death’s personal assistant appear at her doorstep. She’s drawn into a world filled with immortals like Rhyn, an outcast half-breed who claims her as his mate in a show of defiance to his brothers. Rhyn rescues her from Hell and discovers his little human has a gift that’ll help his…  See more details below

Overview

Katie thinks she’s going crazy when a baby immortal and death’s personal assistant appear at her doorstep. She’s drawn into a world filled with immortals like Rhyn, an outcast half-breed who claims her as his mate in a show of defiance to his brothers. Rhyn rescues her from Hell and discovers his little human has a gift that’ll help his brothers protect the immortal and mortal worlds.

Young adult fiction (mature teens only.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013216648
Publisher:
Guerrilla Wordfare
Publication date:
05/27/2011
Series:
Rhyn Trilogy , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
429,124
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Lizzy Ford is the hyper-prolific author of the "Rhyn Trilogy" and "War of Gods" series, both launched in 2011, as well as multiple single title sweet paranormal romances. Lizzy's books have reached into the bestseller lists on both Amazon US and Amazon UK in multiple categories. Lizzy is considered by most to be the ultimate writing freak of nature for her ability to write and epublish a new book every 30-45 days. She is also a regular contributor for the Curiosity Quills website and is an active member of a small guild of nine passionate, talented writers, the Indie Eclective. Lizzy's books are available from Amazon, BN, Smashwords, iBooks/iTunes, and all other eReader libraries.

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Katie's Hellion: Rhyn Trilogy, Book One 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 316 reviews.
busyreader3 More than 1 year ago
Wasnt expecting much until i started to read and then i couldnt put it down, will check back often for the 2nd one thats suppose to be out this month
KatieHB More than 1 year ago
If you have any of Lizzy's Ford's other books and you thought they were ok or you really like them, well, you will LOVE this one. It a sense it kind of reminded me of Damian's Oracle but I think I liked Katie's character a little bit more. The book was filled with excitement and twists, and of course the paranormal romance Lizzy is so good at. I highly recommend this book! Download now before she gets smart and starts charging for her books!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This has to be the roughest beginning to a book ever. Fantastic story, terrible execution. But it does get better. And I went from " thank goodness there aren't more pages..." to " I need the next book now!!!!!" Talk about a comeback! But seriously, an editor needs to get their awesome hands on this story pronto....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The beginning is way confusing, the first thirty pages make no sense at first and ask the reader to blindly accept a lot. But if you can persevere thru, the book really starts to come together. I enjoyed it immensely. There's a rich variety in characters. And after the first book I honestly have no idea where the plot will take this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There's is no romance until possibly the last few chapters of nearly 900 pages. Katie spends the entire time drunk and 'blurry' instead of dealing with anything and the Immortals are immature to say the least. Rhyn is the most annoying. Free will is a big thing but I find it ridiculous coming from beings who clearly can't stand and/or understand humans. Even saying all this I still find I want to know what happens but I refuse to pay for it. I'd only read the Katie's Hope if it were free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this storyline and the fresh take on immortals and mates. I enjoyed the characters but i found it hard to connect with the main character katie. I tried very hard to like her but she was very irritating to me at times. Despite this i will continue to read the trilogy and hopefully she'll grow on me. I would also recommend this book for reading.
Anonymous 7 months ago
About 160-something pages. Part 1 of 3. Worth it! (No in depth sex scenes, though.)
cntrygirlzroc More than 1 year ago
RECEIVED THE TRILOGY FROM AUTHOR.Katie finds she has a five year old son, whom is a four thousand year old angel and she doesn't remember. But that is only the beginning of her weird life. Death's assassin Gabriel starts appearing, she is kidnapped and put in HELL, where she escapes with a prisoner, Rhyn. Rhyn is one of the Ancient immortals, been a prisoner in HELL for centuries, and can't control his powers until Katie. They all know she is an Ancient immortals mate and Rhyn claims her. Her blood is very powerful and immortals can't use their magic on her. Rhyn's brother has offered to give her Life back in exchange for them testing her for two months. Rhyn makes a bargain for her to give him the same amount of time to prove he can protect her.
chelingham11 More than 1 year ago
I love this series. Katie is a human who gets thrown into a immortal world with demons and angels without a say. The problem is that she is immune to most powers and so Katie remembers never having a kid when they give her an angel to take care of. They took about choice in this books but Katie really doesn't get much of that once everyone knows who she is and what she can do and top it off she is an ancient immortal mate. All the characters are fantastic in there own way. I also just want to hit a couple of them. Andre is the best because he is the middle ground of the brothers he has the power to cause all punishments. Katie is a strong female character I have always love the way she fights back with such sarcasm but also knows when enough is enough. She has a way about herself that even though she goes through all this pain and goes through all these things that should scare her she fights through them. Rhyn is another plus. He may be a pain but that changes with time. I love his character and really hate that everyone around him besides Gabe and Katie think he is going to blow up the world. Gabe is another character that I love. The story just flows really well and keeps you drawn to find out what else is going to happen.
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My favorite books are most of the time about either some sort of greek mythology input or supernatural. This was a perfect combination of both and I have to say that even though I think the book was too short for my tastes I can't wait to read the rest of the series! The author did a wonderful job at the sory plot. I almost felt like I was actually there! I would refer this book to mature readers and would say that it is not for young children. Lizzy Ford developd the characters well and it was very hard NOT to get sucked into the story! I look forward to reading more from the author and hope that others would enjoy the book as much as I have! I hope those who have read this review thought it helpful and received some much needed information before reading, enjoy! Oh, and P.S. the book is only 166 pages, but it does list the names of the other books in the series.
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Loved it
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Some backstory would be really great. The author has developed an intricate world and dumped you in the middle of it with no explanation and the main character is too busy guzzling whiskey to ask any questions! Very frustrating!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good start to the series. Make you want to read more.
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Worth Reading... Total Pages: 166...Story Pages: 162...free e-book Immortal beings that sound more like vampires to me. Was good enough and interesting enough that I want to read the rest of the series.