Review: Where The Rain is Made by Keta Diablo

"Romance that transcends time is what you will find in the pages of Where the Rain is Made by Keta Diablo."

Ethan Gray leads a double life. He is an assistant curator at a national museum and he is a traveler through time. As a traveler, he helps his People as Meko, the leader of the Cheyenne dog soldiers. It is as Meko that he takes a captive that will change his life forever. Francesca DuVall spends her days plotting escape for herself and her brother Marsh, but she cannot seem to escape the desire that she feels for Meko. Her world is so different from the violent world that is Meko’s life that they cannot help but clash. Love, though, has other ideas and no matter how far apart they are, love is the bridge that will keep them together.

Where the Rain is Made is a tale that will immerse you in another time. It is so well written that you will feel as if you are with the people and experiencing their lives. Set in a period which resulted in their near annihilation, Where the Rain is Made will make you realize that not only are there two ways of seeing things but also understanding each other and giving each other justice would have lead to something better.

Francesca and Ethan had a love that nothing could stop, not even time. Even though they came from more than two worlds, it is love that will help them find their way. How romantic is that!! Beautifully written, Keta Diablo has penned a tale that defines what love and romance are all about. You don’t want to miss Where the Rain is Made.

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About the Book:
Genre: time travel
ISBN: 978-1-936394-12-8
Page Count: 236
Reviewer: Elise

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Sensuality Rating: Sensuous
Star Rating: 5 Stars
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posted Monday, December 6th, 2010

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2 Responses to “Review: Where The Rain is Made by Keta Diablo”

  1. Keta Diablo said:

    Elise at Single Titles, thank you so much for reading and reviewing Where The Rain Is Made. Gracias for your kind words. I’m so happy you liked the book. If an author can transport the reader for a short time to another place, another time, we’ve done our job.

    I just recently found your blog and will be visiting often. btw, you’re site is linked to Keta’s Keep,

    Again, my humble thanks and sincere appreciation, Namaste, Keta
    .-= Keta Diablo´s last blog ..Winter Wonderland Web Hunt =-.


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