Thursday, January 9, 2014

Review ~ Diana Nixon's The Souls of Rain

Hey Lovelies!
It's been awhile since I've posted a review, I'm sorry! I have one for you today though. If you want to read a sample also I posted one a month ago: here

Even heaven has its secrets. Claire was having a normal day, she got a new human to watch over, her friend Nolan is pushing her buttons, and her human can see her even though she's invisible? Claire is a guardian angel when she gets her new human things are turned upside down for her. Her human makes her feel like she's seen him before. Heaven her home is passing laws she does not agree with. Her new helper that she is assigned is making her uneasy. Nolan and Claire work with her human, (Alan) to figure out why the world they once knew seems to be closing everyone off.

Diana Nixon writes beautifully. She is descriptive without the readers thinking there is too much. The characters are fun and believable. Even though there questions to be answered, the characters come to the answers in a logical manner, no one is playing dumb in Ms. Nixon's novel. She has a strong female character who isn't afraid to take manners into her own hands. Even though Nolan wasn't part of any love triangle (So don't worry readers there isn't any of that going on!) I think I liked him a little more than Alan. Who wouldn't love a smart mouthed fallen angel though? That and doesn't like that cover? The ending of this book though will have readers wanting to know when the second installment comes out though!

Cover Design by Jennifer Wieland
(J.M. Rising Horse Creations)

OTHER BOOKS  by Diana Nixon:
Love Lines Series (YA/paranormal)

Hate at First Sight (A contemporary romance)

About the author:
Diana Nixon is a poet and the author of fantasy and contemporary romances.
She was born in Minsk, Belarus, where she currently lives. In 2008 she graduated from Belorussian state University. She has a Master of Law degree and speaks several foreign languages, including English, Polish and Spanish.
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  1. What a beautiful cover! Glad to hear that the writing is good too and that the book is interesting. I hadn't heard of it before, so thanks for sharing! Great review. :)

  2. I love the cover. I agree, it upsets me when the cover is gorgeous and the book is eh. This the first thing I've read from this author, and I love the indie world for new authors. Your welcome and thank you :)


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