Reason To Believe

Reason To Believe Meet Rufus Valasay As a member of Les Croyants des Trois a powerful clan of telepaths and healers he is sworn to protect the ordinary world of the Moyenne But now with his memory gone and danger ap

  • Title: Reason To Believe
  • Author: Jessica Barksdale Inclan
  • ISBN: 9780821780824
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet Rufus Valasay As a member of Les Croyants des Trois, a powerful clan of telepaths and healers, he is sworn to protect the ordinary world of the Moyenne But now, with his memory gone and danger approaching, Rufus has nothing to go on but his passionate feelings for the only person he can trustMake Me Remember When he wakes, he finds himself in the cold streets ofMeet Rufus Valasay As a member of Les Croyants des Trois, a powerful clan of telepaths and healers, he is sworn to protect the ordinary world of the Moyenne But now, with his memory gone and danger approaching, Rufus has nothing to go on but his passionate feelings for the only person he can trustMake Me Remember When he wakes, he finds himself in the cold streets of Edinburgh, with no name, no memory, nothing but the strong, hard fear that he has made a terrible mistake and left someone in danger He shouldn t trust anyone So why does the stranger with the blue eyes and blonde hair who offers him a warm place to stay seem so trustworthy, so warm, so incredibly right She says her name is Fabia Fair, and fair she is, from her quick smile to her lush curves The way she tends to his wounds, the kindness in her voice, stirs a hunger he can t ignore He hasn t forgotten how a woman s body feels against his, the softness of her skin He hasn t forgotten how to bring her exquisite pleasure One thing s for certain he s never kissed this woman before, because if he had, he d never have forgotten it Even alarming, he is able to read her deepest thoughts and those thoughts are very interesting, indeedWith each caress and soulful kiss, his memory returns, making him wish he could forget again For he is no ordinary mortal, but a Croyant, a magic man, and the danger he faces is very real Someone is coming for him, someone who will harm anyone to get to him and his kind But he doesn t intend to make the same mistake twice, or let go of his only reason to believe

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    About "Jessica Barksdale Inclan"

    1. Jessica Barksdale Inclan

      Jessica Barksdale Inclan s fourteenth novel, The Burning Hour, was published by Urban Farmhouse Press in April 2016 A Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominee, her short stories, poems, and essays have appeared in or are forthcoming in the Waccamaw Journal, Salt Hill Journal, Little Patuxent Review, Carve Magazine, Palaver, and So to Speak She is a Professor of English at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California and teaches online novel writing for UCLA Extension She holds an MA in English Literature from San Francisco State University and an MFA from the Rainier Writers Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University For information, go to jessicabarksdaleinclan

    259 thoughts on “Reason To Believe”

    1. So after a terribly slow start I finally got into this book. I read the first 10 or so pages like 5 times over the month, never getting very far. Then I challenged myself to read and not stop for one night- reporting progress to fellow goodreader Angie - Hi Angie!- then I was able to really enjoy this story. I really like the world Inlan creates, moving matter is a magical ability is very unique and interesting. Having everything in French the way some things are in Latin, or Elvish, or some oth [...]


    2. This books was just eh for me. Honestly it felt more like a fanfiction book adapted to be an original, and a somewhat poorly written well as well. The storyline was somewhat predictable and I would've like a few surprise moments instead. After the seemingly from nowhere backstory of Fabia's "supposed" imaginary friend Telly and how she hadn't thought about him in years, to the revelation of Rufus' (and what kind of hero name is that anyway?) feeling like he's known Fabia his entire life it was p [...]


    3. picked up in a bargain bin for $2. writing is very clunky in parts, esp. the beginning, which is mostly exposition (to be expected as this is the second in a trilogy, but still). definitely needed a proofreader; lots of typos. humor was better than average but characters pretty one-dimensional. as for plot eh. some interesting mythology. never liked the title, and soon came to hate it as every time i spotted it i had Rod Stewart crooning in my head for hours after.


    4. umm okay. I didn't realize it was the second in a series of three, but regardless, it wasn't that good. I 'm glad I bought it used.


    5. The absolute sadness of the first chapter almost brought me to my knees. OMG was that sad. I can't wait until they catch the bastard who did that to Rufus. Though the good guys won't do to him/her what should be done. IMHO an eye for an eye and all that it entails. Rufus made a spectacular hero and Fabia Fair (what a name) was a wonderful humanitarian caring for the downtrodden and abused. A classic tale of good vs evil with a magical twist.


    6. Just finished Reason To Believe, the second book in the Believe series by Jessica Barksdale Inclan, and Rufus Valasay and Fabia Fair's story. Just magical! I liked it better than the first book. The excerpt to third book, Believe in Me, Felix Valasay and Sayblee Safipour's story, read like the best one yet. Plus it will include the final confrontation with Quain Dalzeil.


    7. At the beginning it was hard for me to get interested in the book. This might be because it is the second book in the trilogy and I did not read the first. I enjoyed the uniqueness of the magical abilities and the humor throughout.


    8. There were a few twists that I was not prepared for, that made this book so enjoyable. The Valasay brothers sure are hot, they make me wish that magic really did exist. How do you know when you have found the person that is just right for you?


    9. táto kniha ma oproti prvému dielu mierne sklamala, hlavne kvôli tomu, že sa dej odohráva ešte pred začatím prvej knihy a autorka tak nevyužila dejové prostredie ktoré si pripravila v prvej knihe, ozaj škoda.



    10. Did not finish, read the start but did not capture me and I have too many other books I would rather read


    11. Knížka se mi líbila, což o to, ale autorka by měla psát spíše červenou knihovnu, než knihy pro mládež. :D




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