Title: Saving Rain
Author: Karen-Anne Stewart
Publication Date: January 31, 2013
Publisher: Self-Published on Authorhouse
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Book Synopsis
Raina has tried to forget her past, forget the pain, but when she finds herself staring straight into the fury blazing in her ex-boyfriend's eyes, her dark past comes rushing back. Furious with herself for actually having chosen someone like her father, she uses that anger to her advantage and fights for her life...and for her future that she prays will involve the man she can't seem to get out of her head.

Kas is a natural leader, a fierce fighter, the type of man you send in when you need to get the job done. He is a courageous hero who is used to risking his own life to save others, but can he save the one who has captured his heart from her horrific past and the men who are hell-bent on destroying her?

As Kas and Raina try to navigate through the twists and turns of a deviously intelligent human trafficking group, they find solace in each other's arms. Can they infiltrate the trafficker's tight ring, saving the innocent lives from imminent danger before it's too late?

*Disclaimer - Due to sensitive subject matters of abuse, human trafficking and intimate scenes, The Rain Trilogy is intended for readers 18 and older. 

About the Author:

Karen-Anne Stewart is a new author and has only recently discovered that she is now addicted to writing.  Her first novel, Saving Rain, was originally going to be a single novel, but it quickly turned into a trilogy. She fell in love with the characters and had to continue the story.  Saving Rain is a new adult contemporary romance meant for readers 18 and older.

She lives in the mountains with her family.  She loves to read, hike, and travel when she is not writing.  She is a sucker for romance, especially a book with a strong alpha male who has a sensitive side.  She also enjoys a good mystery and thrillers.

Her favorite author is James Patterson; he is an amazing writer.

With being a newbie, she is just learning all the ropes, but is loving the wild ride.  She plans to write for as long as her fingers have dexterity.

Visit her website at Karen-Anne Stewart.


Guest Post:

No wonder so many authors choose to write YA and NA!

   Recently, I went to a high school football game and memories came rushing back, hitting me with a strong dose of nostalgia of what it felt like to be that age, feeling like you could change the world!  Think back to that time when you were in your teens and twenties and had passion so powerful you could taste its potency bursting on your tongue and coursing through your veins!  Remember what you wanted to do?  What you wanted to accomplish?  I sure do!  If you are in your twenties now, embrace that passion and never let go; you might just change the world, or at the very least, leave a lasting imprint.  
   In my personal opinion, I feel this is why so many stories are written about these age groups.  Emotions are high, the illusion of invincibility reigns, and the meaning of impossible is an enigma.  Sitting on those bleachers, watching the carefree happiness and energy of the young adults getting ready to take on the world, is enlightening, something that, sadly, all too often dims as we age.  As readers, we get to relive those moments, get more chances to experience the time when we were invincible.  As authors, we get to create and correct those moments when the choices we made weren’t the ones we should have chosen; or maybe the choice we made was what we should have, but not the one we wanted to make.  This is our second chance, our time to go back and kiss that boy that lingered on our doorstep, to not sleep with the guy in college because you were tired of being called a nun,  or to turn into a screaming, flaming banshee and pulverize the bully that made your life a living hell for thirteen years (hey, it is a fictional story after all!).

   Growing older doesn’t mean we have to give up on our belief in doing the impossible; we just have to re-strategize and reconnect to that person we were when we set out to lay the world at our feet.  Actually changing the world may not be attainable, but we sure as hell can leave a glowing impression and change a life, even if that life is yours.    


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4 comments:

Thank you for allowing me to stop my your wonderful website, Julianna!

I watched the Trailer for your Trilogy on Saving Rain, and it looks very intense and intriguing. I'm looking forward to reading it.

That is such a beautiful cover! Romantic and windswept... I also love red hair!

Thank you Jill and Meghan!

Karen-Anne

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