J.C. Owens: Drums in the Rain The Anrodnes Chronicles #3

Ether within their very long internal monologues they would have spared just ONE thought to think what about Raine What will happen to Raine when these two regain their great love Nobody ven considered how he would have feltI just want Raine to be someone s first only choice to be consideredI fell in love with this book bcoz of him It was a really good book I liked some of the twists thrown in there I felt the author used Raine as a scapegoat to get what he wanted out of the story Raine never held any kind focus for anyone One Con Glory emotion wise I was really looking forward to how he and Taldan would develop but yet AGAIN he was completelyclipsed by Taldan and Hredeen Another thing way too many POV s now I understand why Owens states on his website that he won t be able to have the Defying Shadows (Rising Shadows entire story finish in three books as was originally intended These is a series that you definitely have to read in order Book one is so different from the next 2 and I really like where it s going It s like a mini game of thrones with plotting and intrigue and actionI wasn t too sure about the triad but I think I like where it s going The characters are finally all back together hopping back and forth between the arcs in book 2 was okay but Injoy it when they re all in one place and trying to figure out how best to run the country and get rid of the blasted assassinsReally impatiently looking forward to the next one This review is for all 4 books because I literally read all 4 books in less than 12 hours This story was brilliant Raine Taldan and Hredeen are all truly amazing men and I m so happy they all got their HEA Along with their family and friends Once again JC Owens has outdone themselves I absolutely loved this amazing story and will definitely be coming back to these 4 books over and over again I also hope to see of these men in the future Absolutely Love this series love how it s progressing ticks all my boxes. Ne to The Great Orange Leonard Scandal (Tall Tales Series; 4) exile the assassin Yet he is beginning to love Raine his Chosen and attempts to put hisntire Tangled Webs (The Black Jewels, energy into solidifying their bond But with conspiracies assassination threats and unrest spreading across the landsven that bond will be put to the test The Illumitae holds secrets and some of them may destroy A Fairly Honourable Defeat everything he cherishes Once Taldan prided himself on hismotionless logical detachment and the power of his mind But now the chaos within his heart is surging and neither Raine nor Hredeen may be safe Reader note The Anrodnes Chronicles is a four book pic MM Fantasy Romance series from J C Owen.

I was really disappointed by book two and three because of the relationship developments Even though he s only a character in a book it s sad that Raine never comes first in this series In any of his relationships This book wasn t off to a great start but over the course of its length it really found itself I was overjoyed when the plot once again became cohesive as all the characters came togetherInitially a lot of the characters were beyond annoying but gradually I think most veryone redeemed themselvesIsnay and Dransin are my least favourite couple of the lot Isnay is someone I liked a lot in the first book and his storyline did get buried under the others in the second book but I liked his budding relationship with Dransin but he kind of irked me in this one I get he is very partial towards Dransin and I get how Dransin is being vilified by the court at Bhantan but the fact that Isnay isn t able to look above his own prejudice was disheartening For a diplomat he is awfully naive and petulantFor the most I like Dransin but he doesn t fit with the rest of the plot so his inclusion at times felt very obtrusive in the later scenes Elisabeth Shue 135 Success Facts - Everything You Need to Know about Elisabeth Shue even though in some he was only mentioned in passing after the factNaral had started to give me some big hopes in Night of Rain but I might have rejoiced prematurely because he still has a lot of childishness to outgrow which is a weird trait to see in a grown ass adult but he definitely wins the award for the most improved character Also his relationship with Fagan is adorable and utterly delightful and I m totally invested in where that leadsZaran is a character I have greatly come to admire and at the beginning of the book whenveryone was annoying me from Isnay to Raine to Naral he was the one character who wasn t Zaran has grown remarkably as a character and now he is so much self aware and insightfulRalnulian s storyline in this one is a little unexpected but Can a deadly assassin hold on to a love he thought lostHredeen has been The Man Without a Face exiled from hismperor's side the only place he had found a home friendshiplove Now after changing the course of the invasion of Bhantan he faces an uncertain future Unable to return to Anrodnes he faces years of torture and isolation as his masters in the War Guild radicate very precious memory he held of his former life with Emperor Taldan But after meeting a rogue assassin one who scaped from the War Guild itself Hredeen has to make a choice Respond to a summons by the War Guild for brutal retraining Or take vital information

Liked where that took the plot He is also an amazingly serene character who seems to know himself and his place in the world and has made his peace with itThe plot of this story reconverges on Taldan Hredeen and Raine and that was wonderful because it made the plot tighter and interesting to read There are assassins trying to kill Taldan as he tries to learn how to control the Illumitae All things considered I was surprised by how much I liked how they resolved the conflict between these three characters and I find myself fascinated to read about Taldan s struggle with the IllumitaePersonally while I didn t start the book very nthused about where the story was headed I definitely loved the direction the plot Threads Of The Shroud eventually took and now I find myself prettyxcited to read the conclusion to the series Book 3 sealed the deal the Androdnes Chronicles are hands down the best JC Owens series so far So far we ve got good character development plots twists angst and mixed feelings topped with complicated romance and unexpected treasons JC Owens takes his time to develop and All Seated on the Ground explore the characters to make them grow into themselves and it was a delight to read Nothing sasy Untitled. especially for Raine but I ve got the feeling thending will be worth it all I love this serie I was surprised by the Wiring end didn txpecting this but it turn out really well I can t wait to read the next book And I hop that we ll have a real threeway between the triad I hate for Raine to be left out Rating 4 starsReview to come Maybe I liked this onebetter than the first two I Against All Odds easily followed the storyline within the multiple POVs most uestions were answered there was progression in the story no abruptndingAm glad it didn t jump from Raine wishing Hredeen wouldn t come back to him feeling insta love lust or attraction I was worried abt that BUTI still wish in that first half that Jingling Daddys Bells BDSM Menage everyone was busy trying to get Taldan Hredeen back tog. Ack to Anrodnes back where Emperor Taldan and Raine wait The man he lovesand the man who is Taldan's true ChosenRaine has doneverything he can to be a good Chosen for the The DOS emperor but he fears it is notnough He longs for Taldan's love yet he worries that what Taldan and Hredeen had together is deeper and powerful than he could Against All Odds ever offer Taldan is consumed by Hredeen's loss his behavior sliding into something on thedge of darkness Is it the magic of the Illumitaeor something Sleep, Circadian Rhythms, and Metabolism even dangerous And what can Raine do to stop itThe loss of Hredeen leaves a hole within Taldan's heartven though he was the

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JC McGuireJC Owens lives in small town rural Alberta and is a self confessed writing a holic In the absence of help for this afflictionI do indeed love to write and have over twenty books sitting idle in my computer waiting I love the genre of malemale stories and conflict in what a person thinks they want versus what they truly need to become themselves I think any writing that shows the beauty of men loving men is worthwhileI love to hear from my readers and always appreciate suggestions and comments for future books Sharing a love of reading and good hot sensuality between men is always a cause for celebration