Tempest's Fury (Jane True Series #5)

Tempest's Fury (Jane True Series #5)

by Nicole Peeler
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Tempest's Fury 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the Jane True series! Each one of these books is better than the last and you get more invested with each one. You should should really read the rest of the books first so that you get a better introduction into Peelers world. I can't wait for the one to come out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
amazing! I would only recommend this to readers that have read the previous books in the series, but I think this was definitely one of the best in the series, and leaves you desperately wanting to know what happens next! I would recommend these to anyone that likes the sookie stackhouse series or the hollows, Nicole Peeler has a very funny snarky way of writing that I just love and her characters are enjoyable.
pagese More than 1 year ago
Ok, so 5 books into the series seems like a strange time to introduce a whole lot of history. But oddly enough it worked well in this book. I don't think the chain of events would make a whole lot of sense without it, and it didn't need to be introduced before now. Jane's character has grown tremendously throughout this series. She's gone from learning about who she really is to truly beginning to accept her role as champion. She may think she's not the right person for the job, but she's willing to give it the best she can. She's got a spirit in her that I greatly admire and I'm also realizing why she was chosen (and not just because the storyline tells us it is this way). I also have enjoyed how Jane's relationships have progressed. At first she seems so juvenile and its really reflected in her relationships. By this point you can tell who is important to her and the role they have all played in her life. I particularly love her relationship with Anyan. I relished in the little tidbits of information we get about his life and how his relationship with Jane is special. Yes, the sex scenes in the book are a little bit raunchy, but that's part of the fun. I think my favorite part was honestly the history. Turns out England is steeped in it (and I don't mean the obvious). The Alfar, supernatural creatures, and haflings have been apart of the island so long that the seem to abide by their own rules. I loved the idea of the library with the greatest collection about the supernatural. The librarian guarding all its secrets was especially intriguing. I also was fascinated with the history of the children born from Fire and Air, the Red and the White. The power and destruction was just awesome. And the way the Alfar have gone to such great length to keep them hidden yet the way to find them was written in plain sight. A great addition to the series, maybe one of my favorites. The ending was a shocker and I'm curious as to how this will all work out. There has to be something...right?
DaniDO More than 1 year ago
Great book! You have to read the other books. This book has been so far the best I have read, even if it left me heart broken and almost crying at the end, cannot wait for the next book.
pen21 More than 1 year ago
I love Jane True and this series. The one-liners make me laugh out loud and they add so much to the storyline. Jane's character continues to progress and grow with all her experiences. Jane is not a stagnant character but Jane is back. I feel I am learning more about Jane and how she handles the world she is now a part of. What a cliff hanger!
sand7s More than 1 year ago
Very good book. I loved the characters. one of the better summer reads I enjoyed
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While I read Tempest's Fury I found my self thinking 'Please don't kill the barghest' and to my horror this thought took on the tune from Doris Day's "Please Don't Eat The Daisies'. The last few pages (insert loud vinyl record scratch sound) changed that tune to Salt N Pepa's "I'll Take Your Man". Thanks Dr. Peeler!
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sissyj59 More than 1 year ago
Nicole Peeler just gets better with every book in her Tempest series.I am always waiting for the next one.
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I was sucked into this book so quickly. Absolutely loved it. I cant' wait for the next one to come out.
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