They read their fiction on the "Shadow Realms" podcast and publish living novels on textnovel. Francy Dickinson on Feb. Review for Rips in the Weave What I like about a good fantasy is that you concentrate on the characters and the storyline. That concentration transports you from your current state of mind, to a place of wonder. Instead of thinking of your long day at work, your pile of unpaid bills or your sore toe — you think of a story that twists and turns.
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About Publish Join Sign In. Readers Benefits of registering Where are my ebooks? Describe your issue Have a question not already answered in the links at left or on our main FAQ page? Rips in the Weave Series: Delilah Cats is thrilled when Laurent Cheney asks her to marry him. However, her sister Sassafras is against their marriage and goes to Agatha, the guardian of the swamp, for advice. Together they plot to tear apart the lovers. But when Delilah defies her sister and follows her heart, she is entangled in a struggle between men and gods, each with his own agenda and the power to destroy.
When a god gives you rainbows, should you trust him? In the summer of , Delilah Cats is over-the-moon about her engagement to Laurent. New Orleans, Louisiana , United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Rips in the Weave , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Aug 30, L. Cullen rated it it was amazing. Outstanding writing that keeps you captivated from beginning to end! This was my first introduction to Rachelle Resse's work and very quickly I became a huge fan.
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Rachelle has a knack for painting a visual with her words, which draws you into another world filled with vivid and endearing characters, adventure and a touch of good old fashioned charm. You will grow to love the characters in "Rips in the Weave" anticipating the next exciting and imaginative adventure. Finishing "Rips in the Weave" Outstanding writing that keeps you captivated from beginning to end!
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Finishing "Rips in the Weave" was like saying good-bye to longstanding friends and the time until I read my next book of Rachelle's "From the Gators Mouth" felt like I was constantly waiting for that next reunion to arrive so I could once again immerse myself in the world of, Agatha, Mama Cats,Swampy and all of the Dime store Novel cast of characters. If you love fantasy, great writing and beloved characters do yourself a favor and check out Rachelle Resse and the Dime Store Novel Books but beware you will become addicted! May 07, Robyn Ryan rated it it was amazing. Having already read some of the Dime Store Novel series, I was delighted to find this newly released edition.
I am new to the paranormal genre, and Rips in the Weave gives the backstory needed for me, at least to truly appreciate the Mama Cats arc. Each character is introduced and provided just enough description and action to pull the reader into the door.
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Rachelle Reese has an MA in English, writing from San Jose State University, where she was the first student to complete a writing thesis as an interactive computer program. She has been writing technical training for programmers and network engineers since In , she and her husband John E.
Miller published their first book of fiction, Bones of the Woods:
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