The Seeress is Book#4 of the Runes series of this #YA paranormal set of books which feature Norse Mythology.
Raine Cooper has been given Immortal Runes and on top of this it has been discovered that she is a rare Völur or Seeress. But others want a part of Raine. The Norns want her on their side in the final great Norse battle of Ragnarök, but they keep trying to interfere with Raine’s fate and they are untrustworthy.
News of Raine’s ability has spread and witches are flooding to the town where Raine lives. Her visions show of an evil one who is after Raine and the Valkyrie increase Raine’s protection and her lessons in self protection.
Raine’s Valkyrie boyfriend Torin will stop at nothing to find the evil that chases her, but it’s Raine who finally reveals truths about his past which have haunted him for Centuries and which now need laying to rest.
An enjoyable new lead in this series, the e-book I purchased had quite a few typos which really needed to be ironed out before publication. One error even had a character named completely wrong.
Immortals is the second book in the Runes series of YA paranormal fantasy. I really enjoyed book 1 and was keen to download book 2 at once to continue reading the story.
Raine Cooper is seventeen and found that she has the hottest guy ever living next door. Torin St. James is drop dead gorgeous and it’s him she thinks about all day. The trouble is she’s currently dating life-long friend Eirik Seville, and her life has been turned upside down by paranormal beings that are linked to Norse mythology.
In book 2, Torin’s memory has been tampered with and he cannot remember the past few months and his feelings for Raine. She must now begin her Rune training, but the three Fates known as Norns have not finished with her yet. They try to lure her to their side whilst telling her she must protect Eirik as his life is in danger.
In this book we learn that there is more to Eirik than just a normal mortal being and Raine struggles to know who she can trust as she faces challenges from many sides, even best friend Cora is acting strange just when she needs her.
I enjoyed the build up of the storyline and the introduction of new layers to the tale. The edition I had contained a dozen or so minor typos which were a little disappointing and took the edge off this entertaining read.
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