Woo hoo, the new Jane True is out! Tracking the Tempest by my pal Nicole Peeler was officially released today, even though it's been shipping and appearing in bookstores all week. Yeah!
As I noted in a previous write-up, this series has taken its place in my pantheon of shiny, sexy, go-to series, right next to Kresley Cole's and Charlaine Harris's. I have a book buy planned this weekend and Tracking is at the top of my list!
In fact, in total OCD fashion, I plan to get Tracking at the same bookstore I got Tempest Rising from. It's a bookstore I rarely go to, but I feel compelled. This is a new form of book OCD. Look at me, biotches! I'm pioneering new forms of OCD! But enough about me. Back to Nicole.
The word on the street: TTT kicks ass:
From Publisher's Weekly: “Peeler’s chick lit tone adds sparkle to the most spine-tingling scenes with a style that never strikes a false note, and the seamless plot weaves together Jane’s paranormal and personal growth while linking both to the swelling suspense.”
From Bibliopunkk: "I just finished a treat - Tracking the Tempest by Nicole Peeler. It's an excellent and fun read from Peeler for the second time in a row, I'm happy to broadcast."
Melissa of My World...in Words and Pages calls it "a fantastic fast paced fun ride with terrific action and love."
I knew it would be good. And here, for your perusal, in case you haven't started the series, from my write-up of yore:
Three things I loved about Tempest Rising, Book #1:
1. Jane True is a vulnerable, fascinating and totally compelling heroine. I enjoyed her careful intelligence, as well as her unabashed love of eating and other sensual pleasures.
2. This book featured my favorite kind of love triangle, where both options are hugely attractive, but you definitely know who the hero is. A very low-angst triangle that lets you stop and smell the roses.
3. Yummy imaginative world building with dashes of smutty goodness all along the way.
The contest! Enter to win A copy of Tracking the Tempest!
Okay, instead of buying ONE copy this weekend at the store where I must buy Jane Trues, I will buy TWO copies, therefore thwarting the OCD mojo and spreading the Tempest goodness all that the same time! How do you enter? Just leave a comment, my friends. But the contest closes Friday morning whenever I get up and turn on my computer. And, this is a US or Canada one.
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