Book Reviews: Kissing the Rain and Kissing Demons by Jen Winters

Please welcome guest reviewer and blogger Candace Fox.

Kissing the Rain

Kissing in the Rain by Jen Winters

Reviewed by: Candace Fox

If you have read Kissing Demons by Jen Winters, then this little companion will shed a different light on the first Geneva and Alex’s interactions, from his point of view. For those who haven’t read Kissing Demons yet, one click this sucker. You will not be disappointed.

It is difficult enough to be a Therian and Demon Mix, but throw in a little Incubus and Guardian and WOW what a show.

I enjoyed this small peak into Alex’s head and how he was feeling and seeing things that were happening, as opposed to Geneva’s view.

For me this Novellette has a little more meaning. You see, the main female lead in this series is based on none other than Marguerite of Geneva, who is my 23 Great Grandmother. As a genealogist and a history buff, I needed to know how much of the actual history was weaved into this Fictional story. I was more than impressed with the Authors accuracy and all the research she had to have done in order to integrate this Historical Figure into a Fictional one. It is eery at times because the way she is written, sometime I feel like I could be reading My 23GGG Diary and getting a peak back in time. I know it’s crazy, but oh well..LOL…

Jen Winters is a fairly new published author. I have read both of the first two books and can not wait for more. We have our next Great Paranormal Series happening here. If you love Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark Hunters, or Lora Leigh’s Breeds Series you will be hooked on this series as well.

I give this Novelette: 5 Candi 💋💋💋💋💋 Kisses



REVIEW: Kissing Demons by Jen WintersKissing Demons 9.9.11

Reviewed by: Candace Fox

This could very well be the next Epic Series in Paranormal Romance!!!

This story not only had all the paranormal aspects for a great story, but the characters are well developed and the plot is plausible in the world created by Jen Winters. I love nothing more that a Fiction read that incorporates History accurately. This story does just that. While reading it dawned on my the Leading Heroine in this story is actually my 23 Great Grandmother, and of course that made me giddy as a school girl and the the genealogist in my set out to see how skewed the actual history is in this book. To my surprise the author perfectly weaved actual historical fact into a story that is purely fiction. You will want to read this book, trust me. For a first published work from an author it is very clear and precise and errors are at a minimum, that is a small feat in this world. I say well done Jen Winters, well done. I can’t wait to start the second book in this series…

I give this book: 5 Candi 💋💋💋💋💋 Kisses

Thank you Candi for your excellent reviews.

Candi’s Bookshelf and Reviews can be found at:

The second book in Jen Winters’ Guardian series, Falling Angels, is also available on Amazon KU.


Grandma Peachy

About grandmapeachy

I am a retired grandmother and amateur quilter. Generally I do not discuss religion and politics with people other than my family and even then I do more listening than talking. Because I dislike confrontation this blog is a way for me to express opinions that I hold on these and other issues without having to delve into controversial discussions with others who may not agree with me. I am also an avid supporter of indie authors. There are a lot of great books that are not available through traditional publishing and I believe that these stories need to be brought to the attention of the reading public.
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