Weather Warden Novellas by Rachel Caine

I’ve been making my way through the Weather Warden series by Rachel Caine, and through the course of the series, there are a 6 short stories/novellas that the author has released to be read along with the series. As these are really short, between 6-35 pages each, I have put them into a bulk post.

All these stories are free to read on the author’s website, so I have put the link to each of these, should you wish to check them out yourself.

No Love Lost- Rachel Caine
Book #: Book 1.5 in the Weather Warden Series
Pages: 6
Read online: http://www.rachelcaine.com/shorts/ww/nolovelost/

Description: Joanne, Weather Warden on the run, is asleep in a hotel room after picking up David the Hitchhiker- who is secretly a Djinn. While Joanne sleeps, David is visited by Rahel, another Djinn, who tries to lure him away from Joanne, who David has developed feelings for.

My review:
Short, a scene that was likely cut from the original book, it shows us a side of David that we didn’t have in the first book and it’s quite sweet how devoted he is to Joanne, even at this early point. I’m surprised that Rahel tries to seduce David, as I never get that vibe from her in the books, so that was unexpected. There’s not much else to say as it is so short a story.

Rachel Caine- Oasis
Book #: Book 2.5 in the Weather Warden series
Pages: 34
Read online: http://www.rachelcaine.com/shorts/ww/oasis/

Description:
Joanne and David are driving to Las Vegas to try and stop Kevin and Jonathan from whatever nefarious things they are doing, and on the way to Vegas, David convinces Joanne she needs to sleep. Enter the motel in the middle of the desert, where suddenly a murder occurs and Joanne is stuck trying to fight a mad Djinn who appears to be the culprit.

My review:
Longer than the first novella, this is an actual proper short story. There is a bit crammed into the little story, but they are fun to read about and you get a bit more of a sense of the characters and their situation. It also ties into the third book and a scene where David disappears during the night, leaving Joanne alone. Not a huge scene or anything, but having read this, then reading book 3 where this is mentioned, you get a bit of an “Oh right! That’s what that was about!”.

Rachel Caine- Claimed
Book #: Book 2.75 in the Weather Warden Series
Pages: 7
Read online: http://www.rachelcaine.com/shorts/ww/claimed/

Description:
David and Joanne are sleeping in a motel room on the way to Las Vegas, when Joanne is awoken in the night by David having a bad dream, and asks him about it.

My review:
Another short scene that was probably cut from one of the books, it’s about how David had a nightmare relating to his time with Bad Bob and that Prentiss bitch (whose death was too swift and short, in my opinion). It’s something to help build up David and Joanne’s characters, we see some of the damage the Djinn experience at the hands of a brutal master who abuses them- like that Prentiss bitch did to David.

Rachel Caine- Midnight at Mart’s
Book #: Book 3.5 in the Weather Warden series
Pages: 30
Read online: http://www.rachelcaine.com/shorts/ww/midnightatmarts/

Description:
Joanne has left Vegas and is travelling homeward, but she’s out of money after pissing off Rahel. As she’s spending the last of her cash in a petrol station in the middle of nowhere, Ed the petrol station owner takes pity on Joanne and offers her a temporary job, to make a little cash to help her get home, and then Joanne meets Ed’s dead brother.

My review:
I liked this story, it was a bit strange given the whole ‘blue sparklies are keeping your dead brother alive’ plot but overall, it was fun to read. I do miss having David in the story, given the other three had him in it, but it’s nice that Jo can rely on herself to get out of a mess instead of having her Djinn come in to fix things.

Rachel Caine- Ladies’ Night
Book #: Book 6.5 in the Weather Warden series
Pages: 13 pages
Read online: http://www.rachelcaine.com/shorts/ww/ladiesnight/

Description:
Jo and Cherise are dressed up and ready for a fun night out at a club, dancing and drinks and no David! In the club, they run into Rahel, who is out for a bit of fun herself, and Jo has an unexpected visitor come dance with her.

My review:
A short scene where the girls go to cut loose, without any Djinn’s around to annoy them, and then they have Djinn’s popping in. It didn’t do anything to add to any storylines at all, but it was kinda nice to see Jo cut loose, given the amount of stuff she goes through in this series!

Rachel Caine- Black Corner
Book #:Book 8.5 in the Weather Warden series
Pages: 25 pages
Read online: http://www.rachelcaine.com/shorts/ww/blackcorner/

Description:
David and Joanne head to the desert to help Lewis locate a missing child, along the way they run into trouble and they discover something new about Lewis.

My review:
This coulda been fleshed out into a longer story for sure, it’s opened up some really great questions that I want answers to! So this is meant to be read after book 8 in the series, but the events in the story clearly occurred prior to the events of book 8. I suspected the twist with Lewis pretty quickly, but it was a nice twist, and I would love it if Rachel explores this in her future books.

Overall review:
Short story ratings: Solid 7/10.
They were all good story-building, character building stories and were great to get some more background. Plus they were mostly fun to read. A lot of them could have been snuck into the actual books themselves rather than as standalone short stories, thankfully Rachel lets you read them for free on her website (unlike some other authors who charge for every word they write!).
I also really would have liked a few of them to be fleshed out into longer stories, but oh well!

Cape Storm by Rachel Caine

Cape Storm (Weather Warden, #8)

Published in: 2009
Pages: 305
Edition read: E-book
Series #: Book 8 in the Weather Warden series; 9 in the Weather Warden Universe

Book description:
Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin and her new husband, the Djinn David, are running from a malevolent hurricane bent on destroying her. Joined by an army of fellow Wardens and Djinn onboard a hijacked luxury liner, Joanne has lured the storm into furious pursuit. But even their combined magic may not be enough to stop it-nor the power-mad ex-Weather Warden controlling it..

My review:
I love cruises, so this book was right up my alley as the Wardens kicked out an entire cruise ship full of people and took control of the ship, to draw a terror-storm away from Miami and out to see where it couldn’t harm innocents. Along with cruise-ship shenanigans, we have Jo dealing with Bad Bob’s mark on her back, which threatens to steal her control at any moment and turn her evil- so nobody, not even her husband David, can trust her anymore.

There was some horrid moments, moments where I shed a few tears as everyone Jo loved had to choose between her and the person she had unfortunately become, due to Bad Bob’s influence- and the decision that Lewis had to make, that had some super teary moments. There was also a betrayal by David that I didn’t see coming, and again, another cliff-hanger ending.

So I will be hitting the next book pretty quickly after having finished this one, as I need to know what is next in store for Jo and David- can they live like this, will they hunt down their lost, well, lost things (let’s not put in a massive spoiler or anything), will they return the cruise ship they didn’t trash? All these questions and more, I need the answers to now!!!

Final review:
Cape Storm rating:
9.5/10. This was such a good book, so much happening, so many twists and turns, so much evil Jo, it’s just awesome.
Would I re-read it? Yes I would
Who would I recommend it to? For people who like paranormal fiction, the author’s other work, and/or have read this series or the Outcast Season series.

Links:
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/5088467-cape-storm
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Cape-Storm-Weather-Warden-Novel-ebook/dp/B002FBBREK
Book Depository: http://www.bookdepository.com/Cape-Storm-Rachel-Caine/9780749009946?ref=grid-view

Undone by Rachel Caine

Undone (Outcast Season, #1)

Published in: 2008
Pages: 305
Edition read: E-book
Book #: Outcast Season 1, Weather Warden World #9

Book Description:
Once she was a powerful Djinn. Then Cassiel defied her ruler, Ashan, who tore her very essence away and reshaped her in human flesh as punishment. Forced to live among mortals, Cassiel has found refuge among the Weather Wardens–whose power she must tap into regularly, or she will die.

Cassiel earns her keep by assisting the Earth Warden Manny Rocha on his missions–which she finds much easier than coping with the emotions and frailties of her human condition, especially her growing affection for Manny’s brother, Luis. But when Cassiel encounters a malevolent force that threatens the Rocha family, she discovers that her perceived human weakness may be her greatest strengths…

My review:
Ok this was awesome. Cassiel is a Djinn who is now human, and she’s kinda kick-ass and awesome while also being like a child, as she discovers how to live as a human and deal with emotions. It’s in the same world as the Weather Warden series, so David and Jo turn up at the beginning, and we have the same powers to deal with, which is all familiar territory. Cassiel teams up with Manny as her warden, whose specialty is Earth powers- however it’s his brother Luis that Cassiel really clicks with, and after tragedy, Luis and Cassiel are brought closer together.

I liked the energy of this book, it’s a nice break from Jo’s story as we have familiar characters dealing with their own set of issues, and has me more prepared for the next weather warden book (after Gale Force, I didn’t want to keep reading as it was just all too much, but now I’m ready to power on). I really want Cassiel and Jo to meet up again and team up, as I think they are two kick ass characters who could, if united, really beat this end of the world crap that keeps happening!

Final review:
Undone rating:
10/10. Loved this book
Would I re-read it? Yes, it’s a whole slew of new characters in an established world and I love it
Who would I recommend it to? Fans of the Weather Warden series should read this, you will love it. Fans of paranormal romances, or anyone who hasn’t read the Weather Warden series but is curious- this could be a nice introduction to you, a taster if you will.

Links:
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3596225-undone
Author’s website: http://www.rachelcaine.com/books/outcastseason/
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Undone-Outcast-Season-Book-1/dp/0451462610

The Mammoth Book Of Paranormal Romance

The Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance

Published in: 2009
Pages: 512
Edition read: E-book
Series #: Weather Wardens 7.5, Guardians 3.5, Kitty Norville 0.4, Otherworld Stories

Book Description:

If love transcends all boundaries then paranormal romance is its logical conclusion. From the biggest names around, here are 24 tales to take you to another time and place.

Within these pages mythical beasts, magical creatures of all shapes and sizes, heart-stoppingly handsome ghosts, angels, and mortals with extra-sensitive sensory perception play out the themes of extraordinary desires.

Stories include:
“The Temptation of Robin Green” by Carrie Vaughan
“Succubus Seduction” by Cheyenne McCray
“Paranormal Romance Blues” by Kelley Armstrong
“John Doe” by Anna Windsor
“Taking Hold” by Anya Bast
“How to Date a Superhero” by Jean Johnson
“Daniel” by C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp
“Light Through Fog” by Holly Lisle
“The Tuesday Enchantress” by Mary Jo Putney
“Trinity Blue” by Eve Silver
“Grace of Small Magics” by Ilona Andrews
“Once a Demon” by Dina James
“Night Vision” by Maria V. Snyder
“Pele’s Tears” by Catherine Mulvany
“Pack” by Jeaniene Frost
“When Gargoyles Fly” by Lori Devoti
“The Lighthouse Keeper and His Wife” by Sara Mackenzie
“Blood Song” by Lynda Hilburn
“The Princess and the Peas” by Alyssa Day
“At Second Bite” by Michelle Rowen
“Blue Crush” by Rachel Caine
“The Wager” by Sherrilyn Kenyon
“In Sheep’s Clothing” by Meljean Brook
“The Dream Catcher” by Allyson James

My review:
There were too many stories in this anthology. 24 stories means that each story is about 20ish pages long, so as soon as you get into a story/world/characters, it ends, and you have to start a new one. That’s exhausting. Having to get into a new group of characters, new world, new circumstances every 20 pages, that is really hard reading. I could only read one or two stories in one sitting, so this took a while to get through.

That aside, these stories are quite good. Short, weird and wacky, but good. There were a lot of good authors in this anthology, some old favourites like Sherrilyn Kenyon, Rachel Caine, and Maria V Snyder; and some well known authors I’d been dying to read, like Carrie Vaugh, Kelley Armstrong, and Alyssa Day. There were some fantastic stories, some mediocre stories, and some really fun characters introduced.

I liked and hated this anthology. Liked the stories, the characters, the worlds, the energy of the writing. I hated that they were all so short, so crammed into one volume, that it just became a blur. I had a look at that list of story names and I can remember like three of them- I did take notes on each story, but that means little now (I had initially meant to review each story, but we’d be here all night if I did that, at 24 individual stories!).

Final review:
The Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance rating:
5/10. Good authors, good stories, but too short and too many crammed into one volume. Would I re-read it? I’d read the stories for sure, standalone, but as a volume or collection I wouldn’t read this again. My running issue is the too many short stories.
Who would I recommend it to? For fans of any of those authors or who are intrigued by any of those authors, fans of paranormal romances and fantasy stories, and people short on time- if you say you don’t have time to read, maybe try an anthology like this- the stories are so short that you can finish one while eating breakfast, and that’s your reading done for the day!

Links
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4916680-the-mammoth-book-of-paranormal-romance
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Mammoth-Book-Paranormal-Romance/dp/0762436514

The Jewel by Amy Ewing

The Jewel (The Lone City, #1)

Published in: 2014
pages: 362
Edition read: Paperback
Book #: Book 1 in the Lone City series

Book description:
“Today is my last day as Violet Lasting. Tomorrow I become Lot 197.”

Sold for six million diamantes, Violet is now Surrogate of the House of the Lake in the centre of the Lone City, the Jewel. Her sole purpose is to produce a healthy heir for the Duchess – a woman Violet fears and despises.

Violet is trapped in a living death, her name and body no longer her own. She fights to hold on to her own identity and sanity, uncertain of the fate of her friends, isolated and at the mercy of the Duchess.

My review:
First things: this city is totally Atlantis, right? Can anyone confirm this for me? It was bugging me the entire book, and towards the end I was like “ATLANTIS!” what other city would have to hold the tides back? It makes sense. But so far, I can’t see anyone else making that connection… maybe it’s just me?

Moving on. I loved this book, it was easy to read, fun, and just really good. Violet’s life sucks, but she’s making the best of her bizarre situation. I really like the characters in this book as they are well developed and quite interesting. So many things are unknown in the book, and I cannot wait to read the next book in the series to find out more.

Also, love the romance between Ash and Violet.

Final review:
The Jewel rating:
9/10
Would I re-read it? YES
Who would I recommend it to? For fans of YA dystopian books

Links:
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22586252-the-jewel
Author’s website: http://amyewingbooks.com/books/
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Jewel-Amy-Ewing/dp/1406347493Wikia: http://thelonecity.wikia.com/wiki/The_Jewel

 

 

Dracula by Bram Stoker

Dracula

Published in: 1897
Pages: 488
Edition read: E-book

Book description:
When Jonathan Harker visits Transylvania to help Count Dracula with the purchase of a London house, he makes horrifying discoveries about his client and his castle. Soon afterwards, a number of disturbing incidents unfold in England: an unmanned ship is wrecked at Whitby; strange puncture marks appear on a young woman’s neck; and the inmate of a lunatic asylum raves about the imminent arrival of his ‘Master’.

My review:
Always wanted to read this, but I’ve held off for years because I thought it might ruin my love for vampire stories. My best friend read this and said it was crap, so I was really apprehensive going in. However, she was wrong- this book was good. It wasn’t the horror story that I expected, but it was intriguing, had memorable characters, and a decent plot.

The story is told through journals of the main characters, which means you have to keep track of which character’s journal you’re reading each time, but apart from that it’s fairly easy to follow the story and events. We see Mina’s point of view, as the victim of Dracula; as well as Jonathan her husband, who is the first person to meet Dracula in the story; as well as Van Helsing, who I have to say was a weird character that I didn’t quite expect- he’s portrayed in quite a quirky manner in this book.

All in all, this was a really great book and I’m glad I’ve read it finally!

Final review:
Dracula rating:
8/10
Would I re-read it? Yes, it was a really great book
Who would I recommend it to? People interested in literature, fans of the paranormal or horror genres, people who like vampire stories, anyone whose seen any move adaptation and is curious of how the book goes.

Links:
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15756620-dracula
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dracula
Read free online at: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/345/345-h/345-h.htm

Gale Force by Rachel Caine

Gale Force (Weather Warden, #7)

Published in: 2008
Pages: 306
Edition read: E-book
Book #: Book 7 in the Weather Warden series

Book description:
Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin is on vacation when her Djinn lover, David, asks Joanne to marry him. She’s thrilled to say yes, even if some others may be less than happy about it.

Unfortunately, Joanne’s pre-marital bliss is ended by a devastating earthquake in Florida. And she can’t ask David and his kind for assistance. Because the cause of the quake is unlike anything Joanne has ever encountered, and a power even the Djinn cannot perceive.

My review:
Aww Jo and David getting married! That’s awesome. This book though, that was nuts. There’s new bad guys- the Sentinels- who have created Anti-Matter, which can kill Djinns and remove them from the collective memory of all Djinn. It’s also super radioactive.

I feel so bad for Jo through this book, she ought to be having a fantastic time being engaged, planning her dream wedding, being in love with David- and instead, she’s fighting yet another bad guy/threat to the world, and its gotta be exhausting. I had some moments of near-tears at the end when the wedding is over and then Jo’s alone, I was cursing David big-time (but then had to take it back when it was revealed where he was).

And Jo’s arch nemesis comes back and I was so not expecting that. He’s behind the Sentinels, and one of Jo’s closest friends is a member and she accidentally kills him while trying to kill her arch nemesis and it’s mental. The the arch nemesis- who is now a demon, BTW, somehow binds Jo to him and it’s like OH COME ON SERIOUSLY, when will Jo get a break? This series… it’s starting to get to me.

Final review:
Gale Force rating:
8/10
Would I re-read it? Yes? Well, out of the series, this might be the one I’m least likely to re-read, as I got frustrated with yet another bad guy/end of the world scenario.
Who would I recommend it to? Fans of the author, fans of paranormal romances

Links:
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2295830.Gale_Force
Book depository: https://www.bookdepository.com/Gale-Force-Rachel-Caine/9780451462237
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Gale-Force-Weather-Warden-Book/dp/0451462238

Thin Air by Rachel Caine

Thin Air (Weather Warden, #6)

Published in: 2007
Pages: 307
Edition read: E-book
Book #: Book 6 in the Weather Warden series

Book description:
After preventing Mother Earth from destroying the planet, Joanne Baldwin lost her memories thanks to Ashan the djinn-and they will remain lost forever unless Joanne can recover her identity-and destroy the demon who is impersonating her, fabulous shoes and all…

My review:
This book was sooooo good. Jo has lost her memories, and an evil demon is pretending to be Jo and has all her memories. The first part of the book is Jo, David, and Lewis trampling around the forest where Jo was dumped after her memories were stolen, and I really liked that part of the story- it was simple, not many characters, and Jo was so lost without her memories that she was trying to figure out everything, including her relationships with the men. So good!

There was mention about something happening to Imara in the previous book that I swear I never read- but it really sucks, until it turns out that something else has happened to her. I don’t really like this new development that much though, I preferred Imara coming and going and acting a bit like a teenager, that was way better. Oh well.

We also get the continuing saga of Sarah and Eamon the dick, and basically Jo gets Sarah out of a bad situation, gets Eamon out of her and Sarah’s life… and then it turns out Sarah was the evil mind behind everything and it’s like, oh my god, Sarah you bitch. She’s been a terrible person since she turned up in the 4th book, and I gotta say she ain’t improving herself in this book.

Overall, it was a good read indeed, there was some really great moments like when the evil twin/demon Jo is pretending to be Jo and real Jo is caught by David and Lewis, and it’s like COME ON IDIOTS ITS JO. David’s reaction, when he realises that this is the real Jo, was the best reaction ever.

Final review:
Thin Air rating:
10/10. This has been my favourite book so far, it’s gonna be hard to top this!
Would I re-read it? Yes
Who would I recommend it to? For fans of paranormal romances with kick-ass main characters, and fans of the author.

Links:
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28650.Thin_Air
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com.au/Thin-Air-Weather-Warden-Book-ebook/dp/B000U20VC0
Book Depository: https://www.bookdepository.com/search?searchTerm=thin%20air%20rachel%20caine

Firestorm by Rachel Caine

Firestorm (Weather Warden, #5)Published in: 2006
Pages: 292
Edition read: Paperback
Book #: Book 5 in the Weather Warden series

Book description:
Rogue Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin is racing to New York to warn her former colleagues of the impending apocalypse. An ancient agreement between the Djinn and the Wardens has been broken, and the furious Djinn, slaves to the Wardens for millennia, have broken free of mortal control.

With more than half the Wardens unaccounted for in the wake of the Djinn uprising, Joanne realizes that the natural disasters they’ve combated for so long were merely symptoms of restless Mother Nature fidgeting in her sleep. Now she’s waking up—and she is angry….

My review:
Jo and David’s daughter Imara was born at the end of book 4, and in this book she pops in and out of Jo’s life as Jo rushes across the USA trying to locate the three oracles, in hopes of trying to get them to get a message to Mother Earth to go back to sleep and stop taking over the Djinn- because for some reason, the earth can control the Djinn and make them do her bidding. It’s a weird but kinda fun story, lots of travelling around the country and trying to locate the oracles.

I think my favourite of the oracles was the Air one, because that was just nuts. The fire oracle and earth oracle seemed like normal people by comparison. I also enjoyed reading about the relationship between Jo and Imara, because she really didn’t know how to go about suddenly having a fully-grown daughter.

And of course, my favourite part of the book was the ending- because it was like WHAT?!?!?!?!? Wait, hold up, WHAT?!?!?! Oh. My. God. Next book is gonna be hella good….I think I lasted about three minutes before starting the next book because I had to find out what the hell happened to Jo.

Final review:
Firestorm rating:
8.5/10
Would I re-read it? Yes
Who would I recommend it to? For fans of the Author, fans of the series, fans of paranormal romances.

Links:
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/157572.Firestorm
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Firestorm-Weather-Warden-Book-5/dp/0451461045
Author’s website: http://rachelcainebooks.com/Firestorm-Mass-Market-Paperback
Googlebooks: https://books.google.com.au/books/about/Firestorm.html?id=IOr79FNLQx0C&redir_esc=y

 

Windfall by Rachel Caine

Windfall (Weather Warden, #4)

Published in: 2005
Pages: 330
Edition read: E-book
Book #: Book 4 in the Weather Warden Series

Book description:
Less than a year ago, Joanne Baldwin was an agent for one of the most powerful organizations in the world, entrusted with the safety of millions of lives on a daily basis. Now she’s a scantily clad “weather girl” for a Ft. Lauderdale television station.

After losing her job as a Weather Warden (those with the ability to manipulate the weather and avowed to protect humankind), Joanne is finding life in the “real world” not as enticing as she once thought. Her job as a cheesecake weather girl is humiliating, especially with a lecherous head meteorologist (deliciously named Marvelous Marvin McLarty) who delights in devising new ways to embarrass her on camera. But with her supernatural Djinn lover slowly dying and a recently divorced, shopping-addicted sister camping out on her sofa, Joanne’s problems couldn’t possibly get worse — or could they? Throw in a highly suspicious detective bent on arresting Joanne on murder charges, a Djinn civil war, and a monster of an approaching hurricane –and suddenly Marvelous Marvin’s antics don’t seem so bad!

My review:
Although this was a good book, it took me forever to read, but that could be cos I’ve had a busy few weeks. Joanne is trying to have a normal life by being the weather girl at a terrible morning television program while David is still trying to heal (and doing a damn terrible job of it), and we get to meet Joanne’s sister Sarah, who attracts the worst guy. I have to admit that although it seemed too good to be true with Eamon, I still didn’t see it coming (but then it was like “oh duh”).

There is a lot happening in this book, there’s a lot of bad things happening with Jonathan (dude, what are you doing?), there’s some new characters, there’s a lot of weather happening, and we get some more background on what happened to Joanne years ago with Quinn (I am so glad that dude is dead, I wanted to reach into the book and pull him out and strangle him for what he did to Jo, who is handling it really well considering).

It’s a really fun read, as this entire series has been so far. The ending of this book leads to a lot of crap for the next book- which is super exciting because it’s apocalypse time and you know that means the next book is gonna be super mega action-packed good times!

Final review:
Windfall rating:
8/10
Would I re-read it? Yes
Who would I recommend it to? Fans of the series and the author’s other series, fans of paranormal romances.

Links:
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/157569.Windfall
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Windfall-Weather-Warden-Book-4/dp/045146057X
Book Depository: http://www.bookdepository.com/search?searchTerm=Windfall+Rachel+Caine&pdg=kwd-74093026688:cmp-613071998:adg-29755994339:crv-110931545939:pos-2t3&gclid=Cj0KEQjwouW9BRCN0ozIifTI6_cBEiQAD9gNseofgPJ55W4nPeEBnbpwm-XuRTQvtmi50nplNTzpBPUaAgbL8P8HAQ