About Rayne Hall
Rayne Hall has published more than forty books under different pen names with different publishers in different genres, mostly fantasy, horror and non-fiction. Recent books include Storm Dancer (dark epic fantasy novel), Six Scary Tales Vol 1, 2 and 3 (mild horror stories), Six Historical Tales (short stories), Six Quirky Tales (humorous fantasy stories), Writing Fight Scenes, The World-Loss Diet and Writing Scary Scenes (instructions for authors).
She holds a college degree in publishing management and a masters degree in creative writing. Currently, she edits the Ten Tales series of multi-author short story anthologies: Bites: Ten Tales of Vampires, Haunted: Ten Tales of Ghosts, Scared: Ten Tales of Horror, Cutlass: Ten Tales of Pirates, Beltane: Ten Tales of Witchcraft, Spells: Ten Tales of Magic, Undead: Ten Tales of Zombies and more.
Rayne has lived in Germany, China, Mongolia and Nepal and has now settled in a small dilapidated town of former Victorian grandeur on the south coast of England.
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By Rayne Hall
Demon-possessed siege commander, Dahoud, atones for his atrocities by hiding his identity and protecting women from war’s violence – but can he shield the woman he loves from the evil inside him?
Principled weather magician, Merida, brings rain to a parched desert land. When her magical dance rouses more than storms, she needs to overcome her scruples to escape from danger.
Thrust together, Dahoud and Merida must fight for freedom and survival. But how can they trust each other, when hatred and betrayal burn in their hearts?
‘Storm Dancer’ is a dark epic fantasy. British spellings. Caution: this book contains some violence and disturbing situations. Not recommended for young readers.
Scimitar Press, September 2011
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I am currently reading Storm Dancer, so I do not have a review for you on this book, but even though i’m not that far into it, i’m really interested in finishing it. It’s like a total epic fantasy movie in my head. Reminding me of something like “Prince of Persia” or “Krull” or any of those kinds of movies. Where it’s got fantasy and paranormal aspects but it still seems quite the norm, like your almost reading about Indiana Jones almost. I cannot wait to finish this book, and see how it goes and how it ends. I hope you all will give it a chance as well. It’s gotten great reviews, so put it on your TBR lists and JUST READ IT! 😛
“Storm Dancer is a big, sweeping, epic fantasy set in an exotic desert land, with colorful and compelling characters.”
“Storm Dancer is a book that adds a unique flavor to the old lore of djinns and desert wars, with a strong set of individual female characters, a male lead you’ll struggle not to like for his efforts, and suitably evil villains; all wrapped up in a nicely readable text. :)”
(All Blurbs come from Reader’s who have read the book, and our on GoodReads.com– they are link to their pages so if you like their blurbs go read the rest of their reviews and like it, if you like it…. thanks)