Sierra Dean
Driving Rain
September 23, 2019 Comments.. 278
Driving Rain Cheating death twice in a week should at least merit a vacation Too bad for Tallulah Corentine the rainy season is in full swing and her boss the storm god Seth has no intention of letting her rest

  • Title: Driving Rain
  • Author: Sierra Dean
  • ISBN: 9781939291127
  • Page: 433
  • Format: ebook
  • Cheating death twice in a week should at least merit a vacation.Too bad for Tallulah Corentine the rainy season is in full swing and her boss, the storm god Seth, has no intention of letting her rest.When a little girl bearing the mark of Seth is found dead at a Seattle marina, Tallulah worries it might be the work of her childhood flame Prescott, the right hand man to deaCheating death twice in a week should at least merit a vacation.Too bad for Tallulah Corentine the rainy season is in full swing and her boss, the storm god Seth, has no intention of letting her rest.When a little girl bearing the mark of Seth is found dead at a Seattle marina, Tallulah worries it might be the work of her childhood flame Prescott, the right hand man to death herself However things take on a much sinister aspect when she learns other would be clerics have gone missing en route to temples across the country.As priests and clerics from all over North America make their way to the annual Convention of the Gods in Las Vegas, Tallulah begins to worry that someone might be planning to use the children and clerics to make one hell of a scary statement to a world audience.With the help of a charming demi god, a teenage tag along, and the man she knows will bring her nothing but bad luck, Tallulah must uncover the truth and stop an unthinkable plot before she and everyone she cares about ends up dead.

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    1 Blog on “Driving Rain

    1. Carmel (Rabid Reads) says:

      Reviewed by: Rabid Reads.Book 1 in the RAIN CHASER series left me with a Dean Winchester taste in my mouth, and my suspicions were confirmed upon reading DRIVING RAIN’s dedication. Tallulah Corentine was intended to be the female equivalent of my favourite SUPERNATURAL brother! Combine that with some lightning and Sierra Dean’s flair with words, and I was a sitting duck.This novel revolved around the Convention of the Gods, and a string of murders targeting Temple initiates. So, there was a [...]

    2. (Tori-Smexybooks) smexys_sidekick says:

      Originally posted at SmexyBooks-smexybooks/2017/03/review-Favorite Quote: “Any pizza is personal-sized if you believe in yourself.”Tallulah Corentine expected some down time after cheating death a few times in her last assignment but her employer isn’t the most considerate of bosses. In fact Seth, the God of Storms, isn’t considerate at all. When Tallulah is contacted by the Seattle PD about a body, she’s dismayed to find a child bearing the mark of Seth has been murdered and fears her [...]

    3. Margaret says:

      Driving Rain is a very bingeable, read-in-one-day kind of book. It's also the kind that will rip your heart out and hand it back to you one piece at a time. I loved it! A few chapters in I felt like I was in my happy place, maybe because it's been a while since I read an urban fantasy.I enjoyed getting to see Tallulah on her home turf in Seattle at the beginning of the book, though I spent a few chapters wondering where the boys were. But then Leo is sent to join Tallulah on her next job and all [...]

    4. Lea Bourg' says:

      * Some small spoilers but nothing serious *A second better book than the previous one =)If I had reproached the lack of depth of the first book, this book filled all my expectations =DThe universe is still AWESOME and original and this is one of the strong points of this series. I confess that I had a huge soft spot for all the different mythologies that go from Egypt to Hawaii. I love the way the gods are depicted (cruel in their inhumanity =)) and I like the system of priests and prayers by ap [...]

    5. TSN says:

      I really liked this one. Even more than the first book.It was fast paced, and had action on almost every page.It even managed to crush my heart and then slowly piece it together again - color me impressed.

    6. Piseog says:

      I really enjoyed this book. Even though I loved book 1 when I first read it (gave it 4.5 stars) I did start to see the faults the more I reflected on it. The world-building is a bit hard to believe and practically implausible. So I was worried about how I would feel about this one. Luckily I really enjoyed it and didn't want it to end. I love the characters and the story was exciting. However, there was a disconnect from book 1 to book 2. They both had a completely different feel. It was like th [...]

    7. ✼Danielle✼ says:

      Tallulah Corentine~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Book synopsis: Cheating death twice in a week should at least merit a vacation. Too bad for Tallulah Corentine the rainy season is in full swing and her boss, the storm god Seth, has no intention of letting her rest. When a little girl bearing the mark of Seth is found dead at a Seattle marina, Tallulah worries it might be the work of her childhood flame Prescott, the right hand man to death herself. However things take on a much more sinister aspect when sh [...]

    8. Kathie says:

      After reading the first book, I wasn't sure I would continue with the series. BUT, this author has never disappointed me, so I picked this one up because, you know, it's Sierra Dean :) The first was decent, but this one was wonderful! I like that the main character (s) continue to evolve and that the story itself is unique and engaging. I also like that it's not a sappy romance where people meet and fall into bed within a few pages. The relationships - be it friends or romantic interests - devel [...]

    9. Ken Liljengren says:

      This was good!I really enjoyed reading about Tallulah, Cade and Leo and their "adventures".I am so looking forward to the next book. Hopefully we'll meet Sawyer too?Thank You Ms DeanKen

    10. Samantha Stewart says:

      My full review of this book is posted on my blog samanthasramble.wordpress/ come check it out and say hello! My Rating: 3.5 StarsMy ThoughtsWell, I didn’t know how badly I needed the second book in this series until I had it loaded up ready to go! It was really interesting to see Tullulah doing a normal job for Seth at the beginning of the book and to see how that works. And although we did not get to see her in the temple, it was nice to see, even for a short while, how she was when she was h [...]

    11. Kelly says:

      Part of me doesn't know where to start with this review because, holy crumb, THINGS HAPPEN. Things I wanted to happen. Things I didn't think would get to happen. Things which kinda didn't happen. And now I'm afraid I've said too much. So, uhh, let me backtrack. I have to say, being a cleric is kind of a thankless job. I mean, there are perks, but they seem to be few and far between. And the whole channeling a god thing kinda sucks. Not really caring for the spotlight puts Tallulah in awkward sit [...]

    12. FV Angela says:

      Review to come at fictionvixen

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