Consumed

Consumed Review

The thrilling sequel to POSSESSED!

Rayne's countryside escape has proven to be anything but -- the remote mansion house where she lives and works holds terrible secrets, and she feels trapped there. And when a new manager shows up, things take an even more sinister turn.

Rayne doesn't know who to trust -- even the ghosts of Morton's Keep seem to be warning her. It's up to Rayne to overcome the ancient evil lurking here -- but how?

Title:Consumed
Edition Language:English

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    Consumed Reviews

  • Kelly

    When I learned that Consumed (Fire and Rayne in the UK) was being released stateside, I was excited. I enjoyed the previous book, Possessed, and was eager to find out what lay in store for Rayne and f...

  • Shelby

    4.5 starsI have to say that it was better than the first book in the series. I thought this book was more interesting than the first book, but towards the ending of the first book it got better in the...

  • P.

    I was so psyched to hear that there was a sequel to Possessed! I don't know if that book got the buzz it deserved. Things I like about Possessed and Consumed:1. It's not really paranormal, more like s...

  • Schay

    I guess I didn't learn the first time around. This book was creepier than the first and I read it through the night. Kate Cann certainly knows how to incite feelings of paranoia...or maybe that's just...

  • Louise

    One of my favourite books ever! Loved it! It had everything, horror, mystery and romance. I recommend this to everyone!...

  • Jesus

    Consumed by Kate Cann is full of suspense and it also has a hint of terror in this book. This book talks about how the main character Rayne is cursed by a ghost in a stone at the top of Wildhern Valle...

  • MJ

    Just finished this book,A must read for sure ! "Fire" the second book of the series is definitely interesting, there is a lot of action and background described in this book compared to its 1st book "...

  • Fiendishly Bookish

    One of the things I love about Kate Cann is the way both Possessed and Fire & Rayne invoke the mixed serenity and severity of nature rather than with “paranormal” elements. Cann embraces all natur...

  • L.B. Stimson

    ConsumedI initially picked the book off the shelf because of the back cover descriptor, “It was ghosts dancing…They were responding to the music…” I was searching for a ghost story - nothing g...

  • Kim Smiley

    I didn't know if I was going to read this book only because I wasn't overly impressed with "Possessed," the first novel in the series. But, funny thing is I was kinda comfortable going back into this ...