These books could stand alone but I recommend reading them in order to get the full effect. Bonnie Capuano 9:57am August 1, 2013 love the bad boy idea, but the good boys win my heart Nancy Krueger 9:57am August 1, 2013 Cindi, Congrats on the upcoming wedding for your son and raising good guys! Rachel is a character that I sympathized with immediately. These three books sound great, and a little paranormal makes this Amish series quite unique! Praise for Plain Fear: Forsaken: An intense, powerful novel of love and loss, deception and deliverance. I love the characters, Amish and English. At least for me, it felt like there was a lot of filler information surrounding Akiva that detracted from the plot I was really interested in: Rachel, the survival of her and her baby, and her relationship with Roc.
While Akiva is away, she manages to escape with the help of Roc. Plain Fear: Forbidden Book 2 By Leanna Ellis Rachel Schmidt Nussbaum, a young Amishwidow, is now seven-and-a-half months pregnant with her first child. She is an amazing writer of historical fiction and a sweetheart. If the idea of vampires mixed with the Amish appeals to you at all and why on earth wouldn't it!? I ended up liking it enough to read the whole series, Forgiven being the third and final book. It shrouded him, pressing in on him, and he felt the weight of it against his chest.
I would love to win and read them, that I can hardly wait. Thanks for the contest: this series sounds stellar! It took me a long time to get into it and it never really became a page turner for me. This series sounds great, and I'm loving the book covers! Inspirational fiction author Leanna Ellis was thinking a long way out of the box when she created the Plain Fear series. This is the 2nd novel to the Plain Fear series. It seems to add dimension to his character. Plain Fear Forbidden is the second in a series and picked right up from where the last one left off.
The characters and plot lines of this story are extremely dynamic - so much so that in the beginning they seemed a bit overwhelming. Your set of Plain Fear books look and sound so good and exciting. I started this series really excited that it was a mix of vampires and Amish. In the second book of the trilogy, Roc, former policeman turned vampire hunter, is once again called to Amish country to aid the folks he met in the previous book. Once again danger is headed towards Promise, Pennsylvania, this time in a final battle between good and evil for both Samuel's life and his soul.
Soon he and his friends including his first love Naomi face a vampiric horde while Jacob begs Remiel again to let him try to help his brother. In the end, I love it when a woman can turn a bad guy good but still keep his edginess. But for Rachel Schmidt Nussbaum, redemption may only lie in the ultimate sacrifice. Now another question, many times, people and other authors think you have it made with so many books published. In particular with the hero of the story, Roc, former cop and now vampire hunter, having to live as an Amish man within the Amish community. The one that goes where Samuel killed his brother, Jacob because he was not himself.
I thought it would be much more of a fast paced novel with spurts of Amish romance. First let me say what an amazing series this has been. I'm looking forward to starting the third and final book in this series. Plain Fear: Forgiven Book 3 By Leanna Ellis Samuel Fisher committed a sin of biblical proportions—he killed his own brother, Jacob. Akiva draws Rachel to him by claiming he needs her help and that only she can save him. I felt like I was there with Rachel fighting vampires and then going about life as usual in the Amish community. The struggle between good and evil and what happens after death are both presented as part of the story.
I can honestly say that after reading this series I have reflected more about my own life and faith. And he wanted to scream. But they will also see his determination to live up to the tenets of his faith. He's supposed to be dead. .
We might need to add a few more than six. Of course, there is always a place for the alpha inside too! I liked that they moved around too. I was grateful to have won this book. Not a favorite of them from this author. I could easily let it sit on the nightstand for days.
Thanks for taking the time to write all of that! It was a nice wrap up to all of the various bits and pieces from the prior to books. This is usually a very good thing but it seemed like it was really fast because details were glossed over. It has more action and less poetry than the first book, which I also enjoyed. Samuel Fisher is confused and guilt-ridden over his brother Jacob's death. Evil returns to Promise, Pennsylvania in this gripping finale of the Amish vampire trilogy.