Always Watching (Rayne Tour Series #1)

Always Watching (Rayne Tour Series #1)

by Brandilyn Collins, Amberly Collins
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Always Watching 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 380 reviews.
Mary-Bell-Foster More than 1 year ago
Life is far from boring for young Shaley O'Connor, traveling with her mother's tour. The Rayne Tour is going strong, the excitement of the fans lending energy to the beautiful Rayne. But life is going to get busy with danger lurking in the wings. Who is watching? Why are they watching? And who exactly are they watching, Rayne or Shaley? Can the tour continue? Will Brittany be frightened away by the upheaval? Will Brittany's mom let her continue the tour with Shaley? Action fills the pages of Brandilyn & Amberly's newest book. You'll anxiously hold your breath as you read scenes filled with suspense. Questions arise that must find an answer before you can move on. I couldn't put this book down for wanting to know who caused the danger that surrounded the members of the Rayne Tour. I can't wait to read the next book in the series. Always Watching Zondervan Publishing ISBN 978-0-310-71539-9 $9.99
elizoria More than 1 year ago
I could not care less about these characters. I made it to chapter 4 and wanted to hurl my precious nook across the room. Instead, I just deleted this terrible book from its memory. Perhaps, if others have made it further and can tell me it gets better, I will re-download. *~*~*~*~ Okay, I tried reading it again (based upon the good reviews here on B&N). I stand by my first opinion. This is a terribly written story. The writing is choppy, and the author somehow used too many words and not enough words at the same time. Example: "I still felt lightheaded. I really needed something substantial to eat, but nothing was available at the hotel at that hour. And our room's pay-as-you-eat bar with cookies and chips held no interest for me. My body craved protein." Seriously? Substantial to eat? Really? What teenager speaks like this?
Chelseymof2 More than 1 year ago
I found this book very intense and very suspenseful.It kept me wondering through the whole book who the real killer was and had me completely fooled at the end.I suspected one and then another and too have a person that you not once expected to be the killer turn out to be the killer,was very surprising to the say the least.This book constantly had me wanting more and kept me reading with only bathroom breaks.I loved this book and i can't even really express how much.it truly was amazing!I am looking forward to reading the second one and will do so a.s.a.p!The authors of this book are truly talented and amazing to say the least.I will be looking up all of their books for more suspenseful mysteries.I was not at all disappointed with this book.To end this,all i have left to say is WOW! Awesome job! :)
SharonALavy More than 1 year ago
Most of Brandilyn's books cannot be read by the BFHCC (Big Fat Honkin Chickin's Club) But this one co-written by her daughter is milder, but still full of suspense. I found it a page turner and could not turn out the light until I had read every last page. At the end of the book I was a bit disappointed to be left hanging and I am eager to read the next book Last Breath. It was supposed to release in Sept so I will have to search for it. I look for the family relationships in the books I read. And this one focused on a young woman who lives with a single mother. She yearns for knowledge about her father. This is what motivates her to act as she does throughout the story. I have daughters, granddaughters and greats. Brandilyn and Amberly have developed a believable character in Shaley.
GracieFW More than 1 year ago
This book is amazing! You can't stop reading! Thrilling and suspencfull. I can't wait till the second one comes out! Amazingly written and exciting. Written excellently, a must read for teens! Tell your friends and family! :)
Smilingsally More than 1 year ago
Bestselling author Brandilyn Collins teams up with her daughter to produce this suspenseful whodunit series. Written in first person narrative from the perspective of Shaley, a sixteen-year-old, this teen story keeps the readers interest. The killer's thoughts, written in third person and interspersed throughout the story, have a chilling effect. A typical teen, Shaley's BFF, Brittany, has an intuitive ability to know the future. Unfortunately, this reader does not have that ability. The novel is well written. The characters are believable, but the story stops just in time for the next book to begin. I understand that this is a series, but I feel gypped when left with a cliff-hanger.
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I liked it and want to know more. Guess I better look for the books.
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No offensive language, good characters.and a good mystery. The main character is a child of a rock star and is portrayed as spoiled but not a complete brat so the subjects come across as believable. I will read more by this author.
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Such a fast read! I mever wanted to put this book down!!! Cant wait to read thr rest of the series!
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kcdee More than 1 year ago
This is the 3rd.free book I have received that turned out to be a winner... Have just ordered #'s 2 & 3 in this series... A easy book to read and well written.... Certainly a suspenseful page turner.. Now to start reading books 2 & 3 for the "Rest of the Story" Enjoy
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVE THIS BOOK!
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Bestselling author Brandilyn Collins teams up with her daughter to produce this suspenseful whodunit series. Written in first person narrative from the perspective of Shaley, a sixteen-year-old, this teen story keeps the readers interest. The killer's thoughts, written in third person and interspersed throughout the story, have a chilling effect.A typical teen, Shaley's BFF, Brittany, has an intuitive ability to know the future. Unfortunately, this reader does not have that ability. The novel is well written. The characters are believable, but the story stops just in time for the next book to begin. I understand that this is a series, but I feel gypped when left with a cliff-hanger.
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