Tempest's Legacy

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 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 frightening
Tempest s Legacy 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

  • Title: Tempest's Legacy
  • Author: Nicole Peeler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Tempest's Legacy”

    1. 4.5 starsOkay so when I sat down to write my review I thought about how much I love this series and how much Ryu drives me nuts and how funny Jane's libido is and how it's like it's own character and how this series has made me laugh so hard and it's totally one of my favorites and then I realize how I've pretty much said the same things in previous reviews so I've decided to end this run-on sentence because I just have one thing to say:That’ll be all.

    2. Higher powers that be, bless us one and all! Just wow! This series already had me sold and then it goes and does this. Now I don't want to give anything away, but this book really brings the plot! It starts off with news that Jane's mother has been found. Sadly she's dead. Jane has to deal with losing her mother all over again. Digging into her mother’s death reveals medical labs that are trying to figure out the fertility issue of pure bred Alfar. It's amazing the journey that Jane has gone t [...]

    3. I came upon Nicole Peeler's Jane True series a little late, and I just gobbled up all three books to find that it's going to be a while before number 4 comes out, and I'd kind of like to curl up in a ball and cry. But that's not what Jane would do!As much as I enjoyed the first two installments of this series, I have to say that number 3, Tempest's Legacy, was the best. Jane has always been a strong and sassy character without ever falling into a cliche or, more impressive yet, without ringing u [...]

    4. In short, it was an exciting, smart and funny book. Dr. Peeler knows how to let her characters grow and how to develop the story along with them. Jane's growth from the sad and isolated young woman in the first book to the increasingly confident and strong woman we see by the end of this book feels real. There's no instant heroism here, Jane has a lot of learning to do, socially, sexually, magically, etc and her story is brought along in a way that feels real. That includes her relationship with [...]

    5. (originally posted on mah' blog: here)Quick Take: This book starts with a bang and keeps up a relatively darker tone throughout. There are plenty of action-packed scenes, as well as a well of serious inner-musings from the protagonist. All-told it's a great followup and excellent set-up for the series's next books.This book was quite a ride. It follows some weeks after book 2, Tracking the Tempest, and shakes up Jane's world quite thoroughly. With a new setting--"the Borderlands"--came some fres [...]

    6. Solid 4.5 Stars. Jane is really starting to come into her super-naturalness, although there are plot twists that make you wonder if we're just seeing the tip of the iceberg. She is also coming into her own self confidence and it's a pleasure to watch. The story is action packed and exciting. There are times when it's macabre and heart breaking, but not overwhelmingly so, and there are plenty of times that it's outright hilarious.I've also pieced together that Jane talks to herself a lot more whe [...]

    7. Originally posted at WickedLilPixie ReviewsIn anticipation for the release of Tempest’s Legacy, I picked up the first two Jane True books in the series: Tempest Rising and Tracking The Tempest. I found myself completely engaged from the get-go and devoured these books! Since finishing the third Jane True book Tempest’s Legacy, I have really had to sit on writing this review for almost a month so I could think on how to explain why the book knocked my socks off. The truth is, I just loved it [...]

    8. After saying goodbye to Ryu and leaving Boston, Jane's now been home for a few months to train on both offensive and defensive magical skills. She's making progress, and figures she has time to learn, but one thing she didn't count on was the horrific news she would be getting. She'll need her powers at full strength, as she gets wrapped up in a case dealing with brutalized females, both supernatural and human, that hits closer to home than she could have ever imagined. Despite Ryu and Anyan's p [...]

    9. I have three words for you allOh. My. Gosh. Yes, profound, I know *sarcasm intended*, but this book was absolutely, positively freaking Amazing with a capital "A". All my dear readers, you know my love and complete unadulterated obsession with my dearest Jane True. As you also know that includes her wonderful consorts *clears throat*mely a sexy hell houndd if you don't, then you should. (Or you can remind yourself by checking out my review of book one and two on my blog at intheclosetbibliophile [...]

    10. This is the third book in the Jane True series, and I couldn't wait to get stuck into it. Though I have to say that I'm not really digging the new UK covers. :( I prefer the gorgeous US covers, they're so cute. So, I've already ordered and pre-ordered the next two books in the series with US covers. :)Sorry about the cover talk, lol.Jane is getting on with her life in Rockabill, where she lives with her father, enjoys her job in a bookstore, loves hanging out with her friends, and is continuing [...]

    11. I just adore this series. I'll admit outright that shallow as I am to be impressed by the covers of books, the cover art attracted me to Tempest Rising, the first book of the series. Fortunately it was fabulous and I was hooked.The writing is gentler than in many UF books and series' and Jane True can hardly be considered a kick butt heroine I find it almighty refreshing to have a central female character who is neither a helpless victim in need of rescue, nor a hard-arsed, kick butt heroine con [...]

    12. This was more of a 4.5 star read. Jane is back after having dealt with some pretty hard stuff and to top it off her new found crush on Anyan is causing things to be even tougher because he seems to have disappeared. Ryu is still trying to get Jane to change her mind about being with him. But she knows that no matter how they care for each other things between them just won't work. Finally Anyan returns with horrible news for Jane. She joins their hunt to try and put a stop to the labs that have [...]

    13. Jane True was recommended by a fellow reader of True Blood. After getting discouraged by that series I thought what the heck and am delighted so far by this one. I really compliment the author for being able to recap in a way that doesn't drive series followers completely bonkers. Series are so popular now how can authors/publishers not realize that today's new reader can figure out read book 1 you wanker (sorry, just had to say it since I just learned it). Even Robin Hobb drove the recaps into [...]

    14. I'm really sad to be done with the books that are out so far in this series. I really enjoyed the series and especially this book because I think all the elements are coming together for Jane. She is really figuring herself outt only with her magic but who she is and whator who she wants.This book had a nice combination of action, as well as, personal growth for Jane. The only problem was there wasn't enough smexy time for me. I really like Ryu but I can understand why Jane did what she did. A [...]

    15. This was a book of possibilities. Yay Anyan! Boo Ryu! Ryu STILL doesn't get why Jane is mad at him and basically makes a game out of why he is there, which was that Anyan had told her her mom was dead and then Ryu came to "pick up the pieces". I was so rubbed the wrong way it totally did seem like he was just trying to use her for sex and then convince her to take him back. At least with Anyan he hasn't under estimated her too much and treats her well. Though they aren't quite a thing yet. This [...]

    16. I deeply, madly in love with this series. I'm on the fourth book now and can't seem to stop. I fear that I will have to have an intervention to pry my fingers from my Kobo. Is it a bad sign that I know there's only two books left and already I'm worried :-( These books keep getting better and better and this book is no exception.I laughed, sighed and even cried at one point. Already I'm cutting this review short, just so I can get to start the next book. Sorry folks, that's how my addiction talk [...]

    17. Contemplating reviewing this, considering I started and finished the next book already… I JUST REALLY LIKE THIS SERIES.

    18. This series is getting better and better as it goes along. It's just a nice light read but it still managed to get a few tears along the way but left me with a big smile plastered on my face at the end. I hate all the cheesy happy ever after books that are out there but this book is anything but that. Can't wait to read the next one.

    19. The storyline of this book was pretty dark. It felt at odds with the Jane True humor we are used to. Even the characters seemed different to me. Ryu seemed more annoying, Anyan didn't seem as sexy tough guy as I remembered and though Jane was stronger mentally, her snarky libido comments seemed greatly misplaced. All in all, not my favorite Jane True novel, but I will still continue the series.

    20. Jane and Ryu are having some romantic issues. Not to mention, the secret lustful feelings Jane harbors for Anyan. Jane continues with her training until she finds out her mom has been killed. This sends Jane into a tailspin. She wants revenge. And it's only going to be satisfying if it results in Jarl's torturous and exceeding painful death. Because Jane knows he's behind it all. Clinics like the one Conleth was held in continue to be found. And the group of Julian, Ryu, Anyan and Jane head off [...]

    21. Yet another fantastic instalment of Jane True, packed full of side splitting antics.Jane is devastated, she has just found out that her mother has been murdered and now she is on a mission, she is going to help Anyan and Ryu find her murderer. As they venture into the borderlands they find that this operation is a lot bigger than originally suspected. Purebloods and Halflings are going missing left right and centre and showing up in research labs either dead or mutilated.Peeler has once again en [...]

    22. I enjoyed the first two books in the series (I didn't love them, but liked them enough to read this as soon as it was released), but was disappointed with the current installment.Jane's inner dialogue appears to appeal to many readers, but I found it annoying. She spends too much time "talking" to herself, and the conversations she had with her libido made me roll my eyes, not laugh.The story ended abruptly, with a lot of things left unresolved. Yes, I know there are three (?) more books in the [...]

    23. The adventures with Jane are always fun, and action packed. I really like Jane because she's powerful, witty, charming, jumps in to be the hero without prior plans.:) Oh and Jane's inner-dialogue is brilliantly funny! I shuffled and hemmed and hawed as I turned beet-red. I didn't know how to respond to his declarations. I felt like Johnny Depp had stepped out of the pages of a magazine to declare that he'd been admiring me right back. As far as her and Ryu's relationship goes; I feel she was mak [...]

    24. Originally Posted at thespinecracker/4.5 starsWow, you think Jane was bas-ass before, wait until you see her in Legacy. She's come into her own and really paying attention to her thoughts and emotions. Her transformation was cool to witness in Tracking The Tempest, but watching her hold onto those realizations and turn them into this warrior physique was pretty much tits.Thankfully, Peeler doesn't let all this power turn our Jane emotionless. On the contrary. Jane bares more of herself than ever [...]

    25. I've decided that it's getting increasingly harder to write reviews for books in a series, especially the farther into the series you get. And it's especially hard when you've read the books almost back to back. I feel like I'm being redundant. That said, I feel like this might be a pivotal book in this series. And to date, it's all my favorite. Jane has huge character growth. She discovers she's not the weakling she keeps labeling herself. I think she needs to spend some time with strictly half [...]

    26. Again, Nicole Peeler has done an excellent job. Although I think Ryu's getting an unfair shake, I find myself very interested in Anyan. There is so much that happened in this book, including a major twist at the end, that my head is spinning.I think that Jane is over Ryu, but I think she was looking for ANY reason to dump him. Jane was very hung up on being a walking granola bar for Ryu, but I don't think he ever looked at her that way. Sure, it was easier for him if they were together, but Jane [...]

    27. Thrilling bookI had a hard time putting this book down, I was totally hooked. It had everything the first book entailed and more.I love Anyan, I really do love Anyan, did I say that I love Anyan!? He reminded me so much of Adam from the Mercedes Thompson series, not in a way that he was a copy of him, mind you, but in that truly man and honest way.The story itself kept me on tip-toe, I went through all sorts of emotions with Jane, was sad for her at times and I had so many a laughs as well. Alth [...]

    28. Really this should have been a 4 or 5 star book. As with the first two books in the series, Tempest's Legacy was a riot to read. The bantering between characters and Jane's talent for embarassing herself are hysterical. I loved this story right up until the abrupt ending. I can't think of anything that got resolved except for the question of whether Jane and Ryu would work things out. We get confirmation that Jarl is behind the 'clinics' but really, that was known from the start. Jane and Anyan [...]

    29. Well this was a good read but so much teasing (not cool Ms.Nicole) I mean how many times have Jane and Anyan "almost" kissed ! It was frustrating really.But other than that it was good and I liked the little surprises in this book so it was not totally predictable and it kept me on the edge of my seat .Still the author likes the word (libido) so much I think in the next book I will make a challenge and count how many times the word libido is mentioned Just for the fun of it :)Now I am really loo [...]

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