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on 8 July 2011
Book six of the Weather Warden series. Previous books are Ill Wind, Heat Stroke, Chill Factor, Windfall and Firestorm.

Joanne wakes up in a forest; cold, naked and with no memory, Lewis and David find her but she also has no clue who they are. As they try to work out how to get her memories back, Vanna (Alice) takes her away to Vegas where she promptly gets arrested and has to be bailed out. Unfortunately she gets bailed out by the last people on earth she'd want to bail her out, if only she could remember them. The key to getting her memory back is Ashan, but he's in hiding after being stripped of his Djinn-hood. At the same time she must save the world from the demon who is trying to take over her life.

The great thing with this story was Joanne's memory loss, because of course we know she who she shouldn't be trusting but she just won't listen no matter how much I tell her! Although she does get to meet and fall in love with David all over again which is a nice thing. And with a new power to boot! She's now a triple threat like Lewis, although she has no control over either Fire or Earth power since they're still new to her, but technically so is Weather since she can't remember ever learning it.

I love Rachel Caine's writing so much and what's bugging me so much is that this book is the last one available in UK covers so far. There's no news on the publisher's website as to when the next one is being released. So, since I refuse to buy the US cover and wreck my collection, I'm going to have to find another way to read the rest of the series. 'Cause I most definitely want to read the rest of the series!

As should you!
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on 15 May 2017
Fab book, got the whole series now and love them. would whole heartily recommend this series to you all.
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on 25 July 2015
Again another good read. Rachel knows how to capture your interest.
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on 14 September 2015
good story
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on 27 January 2013
Even more insight in to the great characters in this series by Rachel Caine. A brilliant read thanks very much!
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on 12 January 2013
simple i have not read this book yet so i cannot give a review
there should be a longer space of time befgore you ask for a review
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on 10 February 2014
if you have read the morganville vampires you will also love these books even though they are not vampire related Rachel Caine is a great author.
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on 18 November 2015
Love all her books
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on 26 December 2014
good
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on 6 May 2008
I wasn't expecting much from this book after the damning reviews on Amazon, but was pleasantly surprised. The memory loss of Joanne allows for opportunities to see more of others' opinions and see a different viewpoint. I was disappointed the status quo wasn't upset more by the memory loss, so she quickly falls back into old relationships- an opportunity lost there, I felt. There's still a lot of action, and it builds on the previous plots to fill in more detail.
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