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Raintree: Raintree: Inferno / Raintree: Haunted / Raintree: Sanctuary (Mills & Boon Special Releases) [Paperback]

Linda Howard , Linda Winstead Jones , Beverly Barton
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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17 Sep 2010 Mills & Boon Special Releases
They live among us… They are more than human… INFERNO by New York Times bestseller Linda Howard The Raintree clan are under attack and, as king – with fire at his fingertips – it’s up to Dante Raintree to protect his family. Then Lorna Clay walks into his life. Dante faces a battle against the wizards of the Ansara. Is he powerful and ruthless enough to vanquish his enemies and claim his mate? HAUNTED by RITA® Award winner Linda Winstead Jones Homicide detective Gideon Raintree is on the trail of a relentless serial killer, a dark Ansara wizard, when he is given an alluring new partner he doesn’t want. Suddenly, even with all his ‘special talents’, they are in a race against time to save the whole Raintree family…and their unborn child. SANCTUARY by New York Times bestseller Beverly Barton For Mercy Raintree, war means she must become the guardian of the Sanctuary – the secret Raintree home. Judah, leader of the Ansara, claims the right to kill Mercy, personally. But then he comes face to face with her – and her daughter, Eve. Will Mercy’s secret change the future? An incredible paranormal trilogy!

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  • Paperback: 736 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon (17 Sep 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0263877108
  • ISBN-13: 978-0263877106
  • Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 12.6 x 4.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 307,958 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unputdownable 16 Oct 2013
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Sometimes when three different authors try to tell one story it doesn't work. But it does here, I expect they are all friends for it is a true collaboration. It's edge of the seat stuff because you can't see a resolution until it happens. I enjoyed all three parts of the story and was bereft when it was over.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for a para fan 29 May 2012
By Pinkone
Format:Kindle Edition
I am a paranormal fiction fan through and through, and added with romance you have a killer combination, to rival the likes of Edward and Bella in twilight. This trilogy definitely doesn't disappoint in either factor. Howard has outdone herself with the creation of the leads in the story as have her fellow co writers. I was gripped from start to finish, and couldn't put my kindle down! Definitely one to re read, and enjoy time and time again. Filled with passion and excitement, the storyline leaves you wanting more. Believe it or not i was pointed to this book by my 70 year old aunt! BUY IT NOW!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Raintree 7 Jan 2013
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I had been looking for two books of the triligy (got one book) when someone told me to look on amazon, my friend read it first then passed it back to me
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By Jasmine
This has surprise me with not the usual stay of Linda Howard. Can't beat Harry Potter with magic concept but Linda Howard is definitely better or the best in creating charactors. Everytime I fall in love with both male and famale charators she creates. Althought, it is about some talent or ability of two kind I can not seperate the different from Magic. I read Harry Potter when I was young, now I am not sure if I want to read about magic again..anyway they both give me a very good and intense imagination. I guess this is way I love Linda' s book so much. I have so many of her book now! This Book is about fire and numbers how the King of a kind own a casino in normal human society then they draw an attention to a woman who continuously making money from his casino...while he was meeting with her in his office there was a big fire eating his hotel and casino. He safe everyone and more accident occur that might mean she is not the one because she has been cage by his power. They fall in love of cuz it is Linda Howard. Girl has a good charactor, different. Man is always the best, handsome and powerful. It is good, you have to read it yourself if you enjoy love story, fantascy and reading about different charactors. I have order the other two books eventhough they are written by other writer with Linda I would give her partner a good. All in all I just can not wait to read the middle bits and ending.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good paranormal romance trilogy at a bargain price 12 April 2009
By Mrs. Baumann - Published on Amazon.com
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Plot Summary: Two hundred years ago, two wizard families battled for supremacy, and the Raintree clan defeated the Ansara's. Like a version of the Hatfield and McCoys, their bitter feud carries over to their decedents, who still plot and guard against new attacks. Each wizard has different powers, which become more potent at the summer solstice. There are three `royal' members at the top of the Raintree clan, Dante, Gideon, and Mercy, and each story in this trilogy focuses on one sibling.

The best deal is to buy the complete trilogy bound into one book (only $10!). Each story is written by a different author, but they obviously collaborated well, because the story moves seamlessly from book to book.

Book one introduces us to Dante, the `dranir' or king, of the Raintree clan. He runs a hotel/casino in Reno, Nevada, and he catches a woman with flame-colored hair stealing him blind at the card tables. Lorna Clay has always had a talent for numbers, and her ability to predict the cards coming up is child's play. While Dante is interviewing Lorna, a fire breaks out in the casino below. Dante's power is commanding fire, so he's flummoxed when the inferno rages out of his control. By tapping into Lorna's power, without her consent, he's able to get them out safely and minimize the damage. Now Dante has to figure out if Lorna is one of the hated Ansara, or a `stray' talent.

In the second book we meet Gideon, Dante's brother, who is a police detective on the East Coast. Gideon has an affinity to electricity, which also backfires on him since he invariably fries any device that uses a current. His new partner, Hope Mallory, is a pain in his side, because she can't understand how he solves his homicide cases. It's simple really; Gideon can talk to ghosts. Soon a serial killer is threatening them both, and Gideon must decide how much to reveal to his lovely and annoying partner.

The final story centers on Mercy Raintree and her daughter, Eve. Mercy is the psychic powerhouse of the Raintree clan, and she is also the guardian of their Sanctuary, located in the Smokey Mountains. Unbeknownst to the Raintrees, the Ansara clan is preparing to attack Sanctuary, while eliminating Dante and Gideon in a triple strike. The Ansara dranir, Judah, has claimed Mercy's death for himself, but once he meets her, secrets from their entwined past are revealed. The end comes with a satisfying apocalyptic battle between both sides, with wizard powers unleashed and blazing, and a final resolution that ties up everything like a present with a bow.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars With a different 3rd "book" - this would have been worthy of a lot more stars! 13 April 2009
By Kris - Published on Amazon.com
This was interesting - it was very clearly written by three different authors. I liked the first "book" very much - the second book was ok - the third, well, I wish one of the other 2 authors had written it. If you reduced to only 3 or 4 - the number of times one of the main characters thought the same thing (Mercy - "oh, he's terrible, he's evil, he is the enemy, but I love him.... blah blah blah, over and over, and over again), the last book would have ben 1/4 the size it was. Plus, the bad guy (Judah) - well, where did his turn of affections come from? He was evil and hated and the enemy, and then all of a sudden, without any motivation whatsoever, he simply changes sides? Please, given that the 3rd author clearly didn't have enough to write about - she should have explored things from his perspective and given us a reason to believe his change of heart. And she tied up some of the loose ends in such a cavalier manner that it almost wasn't worth it (I mean, really, Lorna somehow knows about Hope - when we clearly didn't get any of that connection in book one - enough so that she picks up the phone and tells Hope - "you don't know me, but we need to save Dante and Gideon and I will be there to pick you up shortly" How did that come to pass?). The further into this book I got, the more I wanted to put it down. The only thing that kept me reading to the end was that wiki didn't have a page summarizing what happened to the characters I really liked from book 1 (dante and Lorna) and 2 (Gideon). It had so much potential - getting to see the same timeline three different times could have been so cool. Instead, the third book was a total let down. I have seen reviews of Beverly Barton's other stuff - but if this was characteristic, then I think I will likely stay away from her other stuff. Linda Howard and Linda Winstead Jones, I will take a gander at some of their other stuff. Bottom line for me - this was at best worthy of borrowing from a library. Definitely not worth what I paid to Borders
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 5 July 2014
By Kimberly L. - Published on Amazon.com
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Best triology Iever read
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 2 July 2014
By Pammie - Published on Amazon.com
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Thrilling three part page turner definitely lived up to my expectations. These three authors never let me down.
5.0 out of 5 stars Escape everyday world 31 May 2014
By Teresa J. Cowley - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent trilogy written by three of my favorite authors. I would recommend as a great read to anyone who loves imagination combined with real life.
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