Deception Cove (Rainshadow Series #2)

Deception Cove (Rainshadow Series #2)

by Jayne Castle
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Deception Cove 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 88 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a huge fan of Jayne Castle/Jane Ann Krentz. This is a great book. You really get into the characters and the story. It is a very well written book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OMG!! I couldn't wait for this to come available. I knew it was going to be a great read and i wasnt disappointed. SO FREAKING GREAT!!!! Now for Mrs. Krentz to come out with another rainshadow novel. More than 5 stars, worth so many more than 5 stars. Buy immediately! Get the whole series for an awsome reading experience and dust bunny greatness.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a great fan of Jayne Ann Krentz under any of her pen names and Jayne Castle is one of my favorites. Her stories are always well done with characters you'd like to meet and spend time with. Deception Cove is part of a series that started with the Looking Glass Trilogy (Krentz, Quick, & Castle) and continues to delve into the mysteries of Rainshadow Islands and its residents. I read the book as soon as it arrived and can't wait for the next installment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am enjoying this story, true Jayne Castle Style. That said, i am having a terrible time with the e-book quality. Pages are either not in order, or there is a bug that makes them regress. this morning I was on page 191, and I turned to advance a page, and ended up on page 189. Repeated turnings would not advance off of page 188, I finally had to choose "go to page" and type in the correct number. It then regressed and I had to do the same for 193. This has happened numerous times on this book.
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Simply the best!
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Judy-Ree More than 1 year ago
My sister introduced me to the wonder that is Jayne Ann Krentz/Jayne Castle/Amanda Quick. She thought that I would enjoy the Arcane series, and as usual, she was correct. (Don't tell her I said that!) After discovering and enjoying Ms. Krentz, in all her incarnations, I started reading her other works as well. I adored the St. Helen's series and then the Harmony series. And if you pay close attention, you can see how they relate to the Arcane series as well. I always get a thrill figuring out interconnections between different series. :) This book is the second book dealing with an area of Harmony called Rainshadow, hence it's multiple series designation. What's nice about breaking a series up into sections, is that for the most part, you can start at a new section without feeling that you are jumping in mid stream. I think this is a great idea and would appreciate it more, except I have read all the prior books in the series. (What? I told you I liked the author!) This story takes us back to Rainshadow and picks up where the last one left off dealing with the paranormal crystals (from ancient earth) and the alien artifacts left on Harmony. It has been awhile *cough* 2013 *cough* since I read the last book, The Lost Night, but was given enough information to easily jump back in. As per usual with a Krentz/Castle/Quick novel, I was completely taken in by the story. One of the aspects of this book that I was especially thrilled with is that we got some history on the dust bunny. They have been one of the constants since book 1. We have known so little about them, and now finally have some more solid information. Overall, I was very pleased with this book and quite frankly kicking myself for not reading it sooner. Needless to say, I don't plan on waiting another couple of years to read the next one, especially as number #5, Siren's Call, is due out in less than 2 weeks. I am giving this book 4 solid stars.
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Another great read from Jayne Castle. Loved it.
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there s no such thing as a bad book with Jayne castle.
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dibbylodd More than 1 year ago
I admit that I am very prejudiced in favor of any book Castle writes that include dust bunnies. They are just too cool. That said, this is an intriguing story. Who is Drake really? What is the story behind his lab accident? Why does he insist on a Marriage of Convenience? (His family always marries forever, not just for the moment) Alice does not have a good record for honeymoons on Rainshadow island. A really good read. I look forward to more Rainshadow adventures-as long as there are dust bunnies included.
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Another great read but too short. I hope there is more to the Rainshadow Island story.
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Giger0718 More than 1 year ago
Can't get enough of Jayne's books. I read them so quickly then I'm sad when they end. Just love the dust bunnies! Keep the stories coming Jayne!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Go to res two