The Ripple Effect

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Overview

There is always a price to pay...

Rhiannon Murphy visited the future, witnessed hell on earth and made choices to change things for the greater good. Unfortunately there are consequences for her actions, the penalties for her interference possibly more than she can bear. Determined to sever her debt with a fallen angel, she pushes everything aside, focusing on locating Marigold Vesta's resting place.

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Overview

There is always a price to pay...

Rhiannon Murphy visited the future, witnessed hell on earth and made choices to change things for the greater good. Unfortunately there are consequences for her actions, the penalties for her interference possibly more than she can bear. Determined to sever her debt with a fallen angel, she pushes everything aside, focusing on locating Marigold Vesta's resting place.

Until death comes knocking at her door.

When Disco's maker arrives in New York, he resents Rhiannon on a level she can't begin to comprehend. Yet Marius isn't her most dangerous adversary, not by a long shot. Marius's sire -- a half-demon -- is determined to see the necromancer who stunned the vampire world on her knees. If she won't bend, he'll do everything in his power to make her break. No price is too high, meaning no one is safe -- including Disco and Paine.

Dealt a blow from which she can never recover, Rhiannon turns to the only person who can help her: the fallen angel who is relying on Rhiannon to save her soul. Bartering with a creature from Heaven is probably just as dangerous as starting a war with a demon from Hell, but with nothing to lose it's no longer about life or death.

It's about getting even.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606593318
  • Publisher: Mundania Press
  • Publication date: 7/28/2012
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.49 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Awsome

    Cant wait for the next book.Ripple effect was a novel that made me cry,laugh,and wish i was able to kick some ass.best in the series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2013

    Fantastic series

    This is a great series and the latest installment doesn't diasppoint, fans of urban paranormals will love this series

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  • Posted September 25, 2012

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    Utterly Brilliant! I strongly suggest you read the previous boo

    Utterly Brilliant!

    I strongly suggest you read the previous books in the series (Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between and The Renfield Syndrome) prior to reading this installment.

    I have been impatiently awaiting this book’s release since the end of the last book. This installment was a complete adrenaline rush; by the end of the book, I was entirely speechless!

    I don’t recommend this installment to the weak-hearted. The violence, agony and misery are colorfully illustrated, with an unceasing throbbing, pulsation of violence that slithers around every corner.

    I story begins by hitting the ground running with dark magic and non-stop action and excitement from the very first page until the very last. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of Rhiannon’s dark journey through the underbelly of hell and back.

    I highly recommend this book to fellow dark urban fantasy readers and can’t wait for the next book Edge of Darkness due out 2013.

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  • Posted September 9, 2012

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    You've come this far, you probably want to know what happens with Rhiannon, Disco and Paine, so keep going.

    We are reminded of past events and Paine feels something bad will happen to Rhiannon for messing with fate and saving Disco. Rhiannon is out of away-time as Disco's Master, Marius, is coming to town to check in on him and Rhiannon since Rhiannon was strong enough to kill the half-demon, Graham Tavish, and if he does not feel satisfied with their respective feelings could view Rhiannon as a threat. Being Marius's maker is half-demon, Revenald, he could consider Rhiannon a threat for what she possesses. While many half-demons in the mortal world wants her dead, Rhiannon has a list of things to do. Find Victoria Delcroix and prevent a terrible future from happening by killing her like she promised. A debt to be paid to a fallen angel by finding her resting place. Stay safe. All on top of convincing the older vampire and his half-demon sire she is not a threat to there being along with saving her friend and lover who will do anything to protect her. All before her time runs out, or the half-demons come for her.

    We start in with it being weeks since Rhiannon has seen Disco, now after she'd been beaten by her ghost possessed close friend, she sees Paine and Disco. You can feel the tension here in this triangle. She loves Disco but terrified of him after his behavior at the end of The Renfield Syndrome. Disco and Rhiannon are in a complicated place. He really screwed up at the end of The Renfield Syndrome, to the point of abusive in a sense, when he lost control. Rhiannon is trying to deal as she loves Disco yet not ready to hand over the trust he broke.

    All starts simple with all Rhiannon's troubles easily laid out. Now she just has to figure out how to deal with them all at the same time while they conflict with each other and her plans.

    All that is going on in Rhiannon's world is laid out for us quickly in the beginning. Easily placed to layer on the colossal tasks she has to conquer in different areas to keep herself, and friends, safe. One of the things she needs to do to seal her debt is to have a sacrifice. This will get Rhiannon tangled into a murder spree going on in town, and bring in a new character that makes us curious about him, Bane the weapons dealer.

    I had a few things that didn't blend as well for me this round. I'm one for things on a time frame adding up together, and I felt there where a few placed is was a little off. And I didn't seem to feel for Rhiannon as I had in the past books.

    I do love Disco, in the first book, and so glad to have him back here. I understand in part his jealousy, but at times he comes across a bit to possessive. I understand he's a ruling Vampire in the House, in the City!, but at a few moments sets me back as he's not the same easy going Disco from book one. And Rhiannon is so confused in her thinking where Disco is concerned. Love him, yet so hurt still. Then stuck in a game with him and Paine due to Marius. Part of me things Disco is rather stressed here too.

    For me this book has moved this Urban Fantasy series into the Romance side of the genre. Rhiannon still has her strong tough exterior, but she struggles a great deal in this book with her love for two men. She figures out what those feelings are for each, but there is a focus there along with her debts and promises. This one also felt as a transition book, leading us to the next book to come. I felt we didn't get much resolve on the fallen angel and stirred things up with the vampire/demon wo

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Awesome

    Such a good series

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  • Posted August 14, 2012

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    One of the best series I have EVER read.

    I read this book in one day. . .that is how amazing it is. I do have to say that you wont really get who people are or exactly what is happening unless you at least read the second book, but trust me you wont be disappointed. I don't like giving spoilers so I wont. Its a story full of supernaturals, love, triangles and lots of a** kicking action. Love Love Love the book.

    ---Also for those that get the book (especially electronic files) please don't give them away for free. This is a series where the writer just informed us (the readers) that if people keep doing that she will stop writing the series. If you are an avid reader you KNOW how much you hate when a book stops right before you get real answers or get to finish the series.

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