Synopses & Reviews
After a peaceful hiatus at home in Rockabill, Jane True thinks that her worst problem is that she still throws like a girl - at least while throwing fireballs. Her peace of mind ends, however, when Anyan arrives one night with terrible news . . . news that will rock Jane's world to its very core.
After demanding to help investigate a series of gruesome attacks on females -- supernatural, halfling, and human -- Jane quickly finds herself forced to confront her darkest nightmares as well as her deepest desires.
And she's not sure which she finds more frightening.
"Peeler seamlessly blends snarky pop culture references with emotionally harrowing topics in the third Jane True supernatural adventure. Still reeling from her trip to Boston in 2010's Tracking the Tempest, halfling Jane True is dealt another staggering blow: her long-lost selkie mother, Mari, has been murdered at a secret lab where horrible experiments were performed upon supernatural creatures. When Jane's sometime lover Ryu and her current crush, Anyan, find the lab, everything and everyone within it has been destroyed. When Jane's best friend, the succubus Iris, is kidnapped, Jane is certain her nemesis, Jarl, is behind the unspeakable acts. Jane is sure to endear herself to new readers with her charm, sass, and vulnerability, while longtime fans will be thrilled by her magical and emotional growth. (Jan.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright PWyxz LLC)
The third installment in Peeler's urban fantasy series--the follow-up to "Tempest Rising" and "Tracking the Tempest"--finds half-selkie/half-human heroine Jane True fighting to keep humanity safe from the supernatural. Original.
About the Author
Nicole D. Peeler received an undergraduate degree in English Literature from Boston University, and a PhD in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh, in Scotland. She's lived abroad in both Spain and the UK, and lived all over the USA. Currently, she resides in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, to teach in Seton Hill's MFA in Popular Fiction. When she's not in the classroom infecting young minds with her madness, she's writing Urban Fantasy for Orbit Books and taking pleasure in what means most to her: family, friends, food, and travel.