I received a copy of this book and I voluntarily leave my review. This is the 1st book that I’ve read and reviewed for Teyla Branton and I loved it. Autumn has a gift that lets her read objects by touch and it becomes a big problem for her, Private detective Ethan McConnell enlists Autumn’s help as well because his sister disappeared as well. All of these missing people are involved in a commune and Autumn joins as well. It’s starts off with the parents of a missing daughter who go to Autumn for help as well, the cop believes that Autumn is a phoney and has something to do with the missing women. Great characters and storyline and I feel sorry for Autumn with all that she goes through because of her touch. There’s mystery, thrills and romance, a really enjoyable read and I recommend this book to anyone that loves a bit of magic in their books.
I was gifted with an advance copy in exchange for a fair and honest review.
I rarely give 4 stars, and 5 stars is reserved for the highest quality work such as Tolkien, Jane Austen, Anne McCaffrey, and such-like.
Touch of Rain is an excellent novel. Teyla has built an intricate plot with interesting and surprising twists. The characters are fascinating, and I enjoyed the development of the lead character, Autumn. I enjoy that she is not portrayed as being perfectly put together and completely unflappable.
Definitely a recommended read! I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.