Kissing the Rain

Kissing the Rain When Yuruch calls for his children to join him in Ft Worth it takes every ounce of willpower Alex has to stay away He may have to go to Texas but he would rather die than become his father s puppet

  • Title: Kissing the Rain
  • Author: Jen Winters
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Yuruch calls for his children to join him in Ft Worth, it takes every ounce of willpower Alex has to stay away He may have to go to Texas, but he would rather die than become his father s puppet.This novelette follows Alex in the days leading up to meeting Geneva If you haven t already read Kissing Demons, this is your chance to meet the MCs from Alex s POV.

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    1. This is a prequel, a little snippet into the world of the Guardians. And what a fantastic concept, the Guardians who protect the Divine Plan. Angels, demons, vampires, weres and just so much excitement. Although, much of that occurs in the next book. Sorry, I'm jumping ahead. :) This one is about Alex, half-werewolf and half-incubus. His demon father is calling all his children to Texas for a very evil plan. I loved, absolutely loved, this novella. It really shows the growth of Jen Winter's writ [...]

    2. As introductions to a Author goes, I find myself thoroughly introduced. Truth is, I have read this little gem when it first appeared, and had to give it a second read! I will also state, categorically, that I may have found a little addiction in this particular paranormal romance!Jen weaves an intricate story giving you a good education of her characters and their natures. While there aren't any secrets to this writing - it is all laid bare, to some degree - there is just enough left out to make [...]

    3. Kissing the Rain is a novelette of the Guardian Novels series by Jen Winters. It's an erotic glimpse of the point in time when the two main characters from Kissing Demons first meet, told from the hero's point of view. I enjoyed hearing the story from Alex's perspective as the full length book is (mostly) seen through the heroine's eyes. I recommend checking this out; it's an extension of Kissing Demons and free on online retailers as of the date this review was posted!For my review of book one [...]

    4. Kissing the Rain by Jen WintersA delightful read! This is a supernatural-fantasy novella, about a male Halfling. Half of his makeup is werewolf, the other demon. The author refers to his demon half as incubus. I had heard this term before, however I needed to refresh my memory with its meaning. Not sure that the hero of this story, Alex Wolfe, fits the literal dictionary meaning but that may have to do with him being only half incubus. He is an overtly sexual being who can eat auras. I did want [...]

    5. This book tells us the story of how Alex came to be in Dallas. It shows his struggle and how he reacted when he first met Geneva. I loved seeing how this all was from his perspective. It is a very quick read but completely worth it!

    6. A great read!A nice, short prequel to Kissing Demons told from Alex's point of view. We see his constant struggle with the two forces warring within him and feel his fear about his father's call. I enjoyed getting in this character's head and hope to read more from this author soon!

    7. If you have read Kissing Demons by Jen Winters, then this little companion will shed a different light on the first Geneva and Alex's interactions, from his point of view. For those who haven't read Kissing Demons yet, one click this sucker. You will not be disappointed. It is difficult enough to be a Therian and Demon Mix, but throw in a little Incubus and Guardian and WOW what a show. I enjoyed this small peak into Alex's head and how he was feeling and seeing things that were happening, as op [...]

    8. Wow, I love reading books that are paranormal romance. This one combines all sorts of bits and pieces of paranormal things into one short novella, giving us a hint of Adam West's unique persona. His life within the pack and as part demon makes things very interesting for him. Especially as a teacher. He teaches at a school for half-lings, like himself. Children who are half-one-thing and half-another-thing. Jen Winters has creatively put these things together and written a very unique introducti [...]

    9. A brief but very entertaining short introduction to The Guardian Novels.It's a fast-paced, well written book, with amazing characters and great attention to detail. Jen Winters has a wonderful imagination and for a short time I was allowed to escape into her world.I read it in one sitting, it's impossible to put down.I enjoyed it immmensly and have already started reading the next book in the series, Kissing Demons.(13/7/15)Having finished Kissing Demons, I just want to add that the events in th [...]

    10. Kissing the Rain: A Guardian Novelette is a beautifully written adult paranormal romance. The writing is vivid: “Air slammed back into my lungs…Rats scratched at my throat.” Alex is a half-breed who must keep his sensuous werewolf and aura-eating incubus halves in balance. He can reach sensory overload in a crowd ripe with sights, smells, auras, and emotions; the story is drenched with well-described senses and sensuality. Geneva is the dangerous guardian who attracts him. When Alex is cal [...]

    11. Kissing the Rain is a side story of the Guardian series by Jen Winters. It could function as the prologue to the first book, Kissing Demons, and follows Alex through events that lead to his appearance in the first novel, Kissing Demons. It is a well done novelette from the Alex's POV and gives readers a glimpse of the world of Guardians. I enjoyed the short book and would recommend reading it before starting the full series. You will fall in love with the main character and want to know more of [...]

    12. Another round of applause please!! Jen Winters did an awesome job with this story. I had already read Kissing Demons so I had a good Idea of the characters. But I found after reading this book that I have a better understanding of Alex's complicated relationship with his father and his relationship with Geneva . As well as a clearer picture of how Alex struggles for harmony with his demon and Wolf sides.

    13. Wow, what an awesome novelette, as short stories go this is one of the best I've read for a long time, it was engaging, interesting and left me wanting to know more about Alex's struggle to avoid his father as well as about the Guardian that he is drawn to ! certainly a great introduction to an author I have not read before.

    14. Wow! The only complaint I have is that it ended way too soon! Alex is a hot and intriguing character, who is constantly fighting an inner war between his incubus side and his werewolf side. I have to say that I have never read a character quite like him before. I love the connection he has with Geneva, and can't wait to read more of their story!

    15. This is an awesome short and a great introduction to Jen Winters' world of the Guardians! There are a couple of VERY hot scenes, and the characters she has created are very interesting. I've already started reading Kissing Demons, and I can't wait to see where she goes with this series!! :-)

    16. Sexy shifter bar. Yes I'm all in.I loved this book. It was as fast paced. The main character is well developed. The story line has some very sexual overtones .Then you get ready buckle up it's going to get real hot. Candlelit for the next book. Pick this one up.

    17. This was a very short and engaging readI loved the characters of this story and the writing was so amazing making it an easy read. I only wished it had been longer.

    18. I loved seeing Alex before he got to Texas. His transition from teacher to lover was a nice thing to read about. They are a perfect couple

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