I'm a cover snob, but this cover certainly makes the cut. I mean...look at it. I'll also admit that I've read this one and would've been very disappointed with an ugly cover. I absolutely love this story. So, check it out, add it on Goodreads. You might as well go ahead and click the preorder. It's that good. ~ Brinda
BOOK & AUTHOR INFO:
Rare Form by Jen Crane
(Descended of Dragons, #1)
Publication date: October 6th, 2015
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Romance
A Secret Past
Fiery redhead Stella Stonewall can’t decide between a margarita and a manhattan.
The rest of her life? Please. Stella has never really fit in, and her pretty world comes crashing down when she learns it was never her world at all.
Rowan Gresham is domineering, brooding, and as sexy as chocolate-dipped sin. When he transports Stella to the magical realm of her parents she recognizes her rightful place immediately. Gresham’s motivations are less clear.
A Scorching Chemistry
The enigmatic Gresham aids in Stella’s metamorphosis and their chemistry ignites, though a long-time girlfriend and a significant age difference stand in the way.
A Battle for the Rest of Her Life
Stella’s life fast-tracks to extraordinary when she enrolls at Radix Citadel for Supernatural Learning, an enchanted college whose students turn furry on the regular. As Stella learns to navigate the magical new world of Thayer she must also find her animal form, a task as elusive as her ancestry. Stella soon faces an even greater challenge: staying alive long enough to learn to manipulate an animal form she never knew she possessed.
Though she grew up on a working cattle ranch, Jen Crane has been in love with fantasy and science fiction since seeing a bootleg tape of Quantum Leap in the 90's.
She has a master's degree, and solid work histories in government and non-profit administration. She's been published in reputable newspapers and magazines.
One day, though, she said, "Life's too real for nonfiction. I'm gonna write about love and magic."
Jen is happily living out her dream in The South with her husband and three children, striking that delicate balance between inspiration and frustration.
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