A Book Vacation
- Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
This was another thrilling novella that had me on my toes from start to finish. The idea of a wedding set in the middle of all the chaos ensuing was a great touch, especially as more revelations about mating and Cain's true intentions come to light. While I hate to see Abel and Seth internally fighting over their one true love, Rylie, it seems readers are in for a bit of tug of war, because, as we learn from the synopsis, Rylie's unborn child could be either Seth's or Abel's, throwing a huge wrench into Rylie's plans to marry Seth. Likewise, Cain's plans to ruin everything are a bit of a setback, as well.
Reine does a phenomenal job enticing her readers and keeping them glued to the pages as events unfold, slowly releasing vital information that seems to be pushing in one solid direction concerning parentage. Yet, I'm really hoping there is something we haven't been told yet, because I'm hoping these revelations aren't actually true... Of course, I'm a romantic at heart, so the rivalry, while intense and extremely interesting, is really beginning to weigh on my heart. I don't want to see anyone hurt, but it looks like that is where things are headed.
Originally slated to be a four novella spinoff of Seasons of the Moon, the Cain Chronicles series is nowhere close to a finale, for which I am very thankful. I have been following Rylie's story from the very beginning, and when Seasons of the Moon ended with the fourth book, I was satisfied, but sad to see the novels laid to rest. So was Reine, as it were, and this delightful story continued on through her creation of four novellas, with the help of reader input. In my humble opinion, this is the coolest thing ever: Reine wrote the first novella, New Moon Summer, and released it to the public. Then, she asked her readers for their input. From there, Reine wrote the next installment, released it, and again asked for reader input. With the craziness that has been going on around me lately, I wasn't able to chime in--I didn't even know about the spinoff series until very recently--but all that's been put right. With the completion of what I thought was to be the very last novella in the Cain Chronicles, I found that, yes, the story continues. And this time, I'm weighing in, since the next insallment isn't out yet.