Beverly Barton: Raintree Sanctuary



Our review can also be read at with their archrival the evil Ansara clan is unavoidable For Mercy Raintree a war means she must assume her position as uardian of the Sanctuary the sacred Raintree home place deep in the Smoky Mountains But doing so threatens to disclose her most prized secret one Mercy has kept to herself for six years As the solstice looms and the battle heats up Dranir Judah Ansara The Butterfly and the Baron gathers his forces intending to wipe every Raintree from the face of the land Including Mercy whom he s claimed as his to kill Then he comes face to face with her and with her daughter Eve Will Mercy s closelyuarded secret change not only the outcome of the battle but also Judah s own bitter heart This is the third and final book in the Raintree trilogy and sadly my least favorite It also takes place at the same time as the first and second book but at the actual Raintree Sanctuary where Mercy Dante Gideon s younger sister lives with her daughter Eve The book starts with the Ansara s council meeting where Cael Judah the Ansara Dranir s half brother is waiting for news of his brother s death When Judah s enters the council and tells of his failed assassination attempt Cael tries for damage control speaking of warriors who row restless on waiting for the attack on Raintree Judah learns of another warrior who has left for North Carolina to kill Mercy and take control of the Sanctuary Judah states that not only is the Raintree Dranir Dante his kill but he also claims Mercy as his as well Mercy is a powerful healing empath who can take others pain onto herself and heal them While helping a couple that was is a wreck near the Sanctuary a set up via the Ansaras Cael has an Ansara assassin attempt to take her life Judah kills one of his own clan to protect her only to state she is his to kill He returns her home where Eve not so matter of factly declares that he is her father this whole part of the book seemed farfetched As Judah stays at the Sanctuary he learns about their child her powers and Mercy s decision to keep her from him as a civil war amongst the Ansaras ensues during Cael s battle for Dranir I was not Judah s fan In fact I still don t like him and I finished the book He was just too much Alpha male that he came off as a class A douche bag He never softened. THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE BATTLE TO DECIDE THE RAINTREES' FATEWar with their archrival the evil Ansara clan is unavoidable For Mercy Raintree a war means she must assume her position as uardian of the Sanctuary the sacred Raintree home place dee.

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Of Ansara Judah Ansara accidentally met Mercy Raintree the most powerful empath and a princess of Raintree when she was so young and na ve He knew who she was instantly so he seduced her and took her virginity While Judah felt like he Taras Song gained a little victory over the Raintree Mercy had no idea of his true identity and fell in love with her enemy But late into the night when his seed took root within her she then knew that she wouldive birth to an Ansara As soon as she found the mark of the Ansara on his neck she fled him Seven years later they met again This time he found out that he had a daughter princess Eve whom he never knew existed When his insane brot Part 3 of 3Overall this was a fun Atlas of Anatomy glimpse in a world created by three different authors You will want to search under Raintree to find all three books as you have three different authors I must admit that while this are a fun read each author has much better work to choose a book from AUDIOBOOK REVIEW Rating 455Heat Rating 35Narrator Performance Female 45 Male 455OMG such a FANTASTIC finale It s a shame that Sanctuary was the last in the Raintree trilogy it was the weakest of the three books Reading this trilogy is likeoing on a vacation where you Dont Let Go (Tyack Frayne, get sick the last two days You know you enjoyed the first few days but what you remember is the bad endingThe heroine was weak both in will and mind Who cares if he is an evil baduy I knew him for 24 hrs 7 yrs ago and I love him He wants me dead and practically rapes me but that s okay I love him I wouldn t let her water my plants much less have her Under Crescent and Cross guarding a sanctuary Then there was the hero who kills one of his own because theuy was trying to kill the heroine Not because he wants her alive but because he wants to be the one to kill her What a hero swoonAfter the first two book you think you have some idea of the world the Raintrees Ansaras live in and the powers they have Then Sanctuary comes along Suddenly the bad Atlantis, Alien Visitation Genetic Manipulation guys are much stronger with many talents then they had in the other books If they had been that strong in the first book the Ansaras would have wiped out the Raintrees without breaking a sweat Then there wouldn t have been a need for a second much less a third book I mlad they needed a second book though it was the best in the series IMO. Om the face of the land Including Mercy whom he's claimed as his to kill Then he comes face to face with her and with her daughter Eve Will Mercy's closely uarded secret change not only the outcome of the battle but also Judah's own bitter heart.

During the whole book and constantly displayed dominance in every situation I m also a bit disappointed that they build up to this battle during all three books and between the end of one chapter where the fight is about the start and the beginning of the next it s almost over And of course Dante and Gideon s ladies whom they both left at home decide to come to the battle even though they cannot really assist and are just oing to distract them I hate the helpless female thinking they are rescuing the male but in all actuality they are just Egomaniac going to distract him and possibleet him hurt or killed Buh The ending is pretty obvious during the series but due to the set up at the end it doesn t seem believable Favorites in order Gideon Dante Mercy Pecans 2755 Three and a half starsSolid wrap up to the trilogy This story mainly focuses on Mercy Raintree Backyard guardian of the Raintree Sanctuary and Judah Ansara Dranirking of the Ansara and the child they share 35 stars I just could not H and h vowing to kill each other I did enjoy how the story ends but H is not faithful and I did not see how he was anything but an overprivileged jerk 25 starsspoiler free reviewThis was my first book by Beverly Barton and my least favorite story of the trilogy The first 34 of the story happen at the same time of books 1 and 2 Mercy is Dante and Gideon little sister she has theift of empathy and is the The End of the Hunt guardian of the Sanctuary the sacred Raintree home place Judah is the Dranir of the Ansara clan If I liked Mercy I m not sure about Judah Also I couldn t believe in their couple I rounded up my rating because of Eve s character Theeneral story arc was well thought And last but not least because Mrs Barton did a Rozvaliny Gorlanu (Hraničářův učeň, great job of making a coherent end for the trilogy I was disappointed with both the heroine and the hero After strong heroines in the first two books Mercy felt like a doormat And the hero was a bully The fight at the end was okay but the romance was poor Raintree SagaThe story its characters draws me in such that I hate to put the book down Fast paced excellent dialogue humorous strong story Sanctuary is the third book in Raintree series the conclusion of the feud and animosity between Raintree and Ansara clan which erupted into battle since two hundred years agoA Dranir king. P in the Smoky Mountains But doing so threatens to disclose her most prized secret one Mercy has kept to herself for six yearsAs the solstice looms and the battle heats up Dranir Judah Ansaraathers his forces intending to wipe every Raintree fr.

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Beverly Marie Inman was born on 23 December 1946 in Tuscumbia Alabama USA Daughter of Doris Marie and Walter D Inman Jr A born romantic she fell in love with The Beauty and the Beast epic at an early age when her grandfather bought her an illustrated copy of the famous fairy tale Even before she learned to read and write her vivid imagination created magical words and fabulous characters