The Renfield Syndrome

The Renfield Syndrome Vampires and werewolves and demons oh my Rhiannon thought facing off against a deranged child vampire was the most dangerous task she would ever have to undertake but she s about to discover makin

  • Title: The Renfield Syndrome
  • Author: J.A. Saare
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  • Page: 280
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  • Vampires, and werewolves, and demons, oh my.Rhiannon thought facing off against a deranged child vampire was the most dangerous task she would ever have to undertake, but she s about to discover making a deal with a demon is far, far worse Sent forward into another reality, one in which vampires are now dominating nearly extinct humans, she realizes the sooner she returnsVampires, and werewolves, and demons, oh my.Rhiannon thought facing off against a deranged child vampire was the most dangerous task she would ever have to undertake, but she s about to discover making a deal with a demon is far, far worse Sent forward into another reality, one in which vampires are now dominating nearly extinct humans, she realizes the sooner she returns to her vampire lover, Disco, the better.Unfortunately, time changes a lot of things including those most trusted around her When she s faced with a loss and betrayal unlike any she has ever known, her focus shifts from severing the debt between the demon that wants to kill her, to exacting a revenge that will bring forth consequences she never could have fathomed By reaching out to the darkness lingering within her, she ll find the strength to push forward despite the circumstances that would see her dead and buried.After all, when it s all said and done, all that she has left to lose is her soul.

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    1. J.A. Saare

      J.A Saare is a multi published author who has written stories featured in horrormagazines, zombie romance anthologies, and flash fiction contests Her work has a notable dark undertone, which she credits to her love of old eighties horror films, tastes in music, and choices in reading, and have been described as full of sensual promise, gritty and sexy, and a breathof fresh air Currently she is penning projects within the urban fantasy, erotic and contemporary, and paranormal romance categories You can visit her online at jasaare Those interested in her naughtier side can visit her alias, Aline Hunter, at alinehunter.

    770 thoughts on “The Renfield Syndrome”

    1. I'll write my review when I can figure out how to write the review without ruining it for everyone. With the major cliffhanger in book 1, if I talk about any characters in book 2, you'll know who "survived" in Rhiannon's new future. In the meantime, I will say thisI read this book during work hours, I read it when I should have been sleeping and I was so sad when the pages came to an end. It was much better than book 1 and I LOVED book 1. full of action, was dark and gritty. heartbreaking!!!! s [...]

    2. WARNING! This review contains mild spoilers as well as a severe case of potty mouth!Great.Fucking.Book !!!!This is one of those books where you wish you had taken a speed-reading course because it is so good that you can't get the words into your head fast enough. When I was finished, I actually gave Ms. Saare a round of applause.It starts off at the end of the previous book where Rhiannon has been duped by a demon and has been transported 101 years into the future. The world has changed dramati [...]

    3. I absolutelyLoved Loved Loved this book from start to finish!!When I get home I know the first thing I was getting. A tattoo on my forehead that says, "Your ticket to insane shit stops here." I sat down in bed planning to read a chapter before going to sleep and the next thing I knew it was 4:30 am and I had finished the entire book. Renfield was so exciting and action packed, nothing mattered but finishing, not sleep, not food, only this book. :)"You have something that belongs to me. And I wan [...]

    4. 5 ++++++++ stars. **SPOILERS AHEAD****If you haven't read Dead, Undead or Somwhere in Between, I wouldn't read this. If you haven't read Renfield, I'm trying hard to hide spoilers, but you may want to skip this, too."Rhiannon's Law #22. You can't lie to yourself, so don't bother trying. Doing so only multiplies your douchebag level to umpteenth power and confirms what others have been saying about you for years - that you are an idiot."The Renfield Syndrome begins right where Undead left off. Rh [...]

    5. 4.5 stars“Vampires, and werewolves, and demons, oh my”… INDEED.Highly recommended that you read book number one, ‘Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between’ prior to reading this book or my review. You have been warned! :)The Renfield Syndrome picks right up from the cliffhanger that ‘Dead, Undead, and Somewhere in Between’ left us all with. But all is not right in Kansas, oh no. Rhiannon is now 101 years in the future after making a deal with the demon Zagan in order for him to forgiv [...]

    6. Quick Rundown: The Renfield Syndrome picks up right where Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between left off. Being indebted to a demon has little perks and the consequences lead Rhiannon into a time warp which propels her 101 years into the future. Her vampire lover, Disco, is missing, New York looks like a ghost town and there is a shifter by the name of Carter who believes Rhiannon is destined to be his mate and refuses to let her out of his sight. But Rhiannon is tough, tenacious and determined [...]

    7. Posted at yummymenandkickasschicks/? “Rhiannon’s Law #22. You can’t lie to yourself, so don’t bother trying.”*happy sigh* And with that first line, Rhiannon is back and I am so happy she is. Not only because JA Saare left us hanging with one hell of a cliffhanger at the end of Dead, Undead and Somewhere in Between, but because Rhiannon is awesome.The Renfield Syndrome starts off exactly where the last book ends off. For months I have been wondering what (and this is the part where I mu [...]

    8. I’ve been waiting a long time to get my hands on The Renfield Syndrome, book two in J.A. Saare’s Rhiannon’s Law series. Book one ends in a big cliffhanger. Making a deal with a demon, to save her lover Disco, Rhiannon ends up 101 years into the future. End of book one. Hello there book heart attack!The Renfield Syndrome picks up right where book one leaves off. Rhiannon sees a newspaper and knows she has traveled 100 years into the future. She also knows to pay her debt to the demon, she m [...]

    9. I am in love with this series.This book from beginning to end is a complete mind f*ck!Everything that happens to Rhiannon & everything that she MAKES happen is AMAZING. I really enjoyed book 1 but there is no comparison to book 2 - this blows book 1 completely out of the water. It's not my style to write a synopsis of the book in my reviews, so I won't. If you're a fan of PNR or a fan of UF, you need to pick up this series. You will not regret it.

    10. YAY!!!! Rhonda finally finished this novel and we have hooked up to write an awesome joint review. Check it out here on our blog samsawesomness/20or If you're feeling lazy,read it here. LOL!!!Rhonda: J.A. Sarre had me at “Undead” (Dead, Undead or Somewhere In Between, Rhiannon’s Law #1 ) I loved that book so much, and Renfield Syndrome has been a highly anticipated book for me. I was super excited that Elena decided to join me on this crazy, awesome ride, even though she left me in the dus [...]

    11. Warning: May contain spoilers if you haven't read the first book. Rhiannon's Law #68: If you're going to fly by the seat of your pants, rock out with your cock out. The landing is going to hurt either way, and you might as well make an impression when you nail it."There's a reason Rhiannon Murphy has rules. There's also a better reason why she chooses to live by said rules. Often flying by the seat of her pants, Rhiannon's latest escapade has her living in a future she certainly never fathomed. [...]

    12. Originally posted at WickedLilPixie Reviews. This is a joint review between Nat of Wicked Lil Pixie and me.SPAZ: The Renfield Syndrome is the second book in J.A. Saare’s Rhiannon’s Law series, and we are going to give you a spoiler-free review. That’s not easy, because things happen in this book that will blow your mind. Here are my live reactions while reading TRS, I saved my notes, and even DMd some of them to Nat:here we go. shit. love it. what the? BEST CHICK FIGHT I’VE EVER READ!!!! [...]

    13. Quick Take: Violent, brutal, and gory. But also tender, sweet, and resonant. I loved the ride this book took me on, and cannot--CANNOT--wait to check out the next book.Review:First things first. Reading the first book in this series is a must. Upon finishing the book Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between, I was wrecked--in the best possible way. Yes, there was a cliffhanger. Yes, said cliffhanger was a doozy. And yes, Lucy has a lot o' splainin' to do. ^_^ But the anticipation that the ending en [...]

    14. * * * * 1/2In Six Words:surpassed all of my crazy expectationsWhy did I read this? And am I glad I did?I really enjoyed the first in this series, Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between, which ended with a HUGE cliffhanger that was so amazing that I could barely be mad about it. So after an epic battle of wills with Amanda (which I won), I started this book as soon as it was available. I was not in any way disappointed. I laughed. I cried. I cussed in surprise on multiple accounts. Just when I tho [...]

    15. What a fun ride J.A Saare took us on. The Renfield Syndrome starts right where Book one left off with Rhiannon. The whole book was non-stop action and page turning questions. What will Rhiannon do? Will she find Disco? Is everyone alive? The end God Ms.Saare what are you doing to me!!I've gotta say that I loved Rhia at the end. I thought she stayed true to herself, and I admired her during the aftermath.

    16. The Renfield Syndrome by J.A. SaareRhiannon's Law Book 2samsawesomness/20This is a joint review with my girl Elena. Rhonda: J.A. Sarre had me at “Undead” (Dead, Undead or Somewhere In Between, Rhiannon’s Law #1 ) I loved that book so much, and Renfield Syndrome has been a highly anticipated book for me. I was super excited that Elena decided to join me on this crazy, awesome ride, even though she left me in the dust. LOL!Elena: I do have a tendency of leaving my friends in a buddy read beh [...]

    17. Wow, nothing in that book went as I expected it to. It amazes me the twists and turns J.A. Saare has managed to write into the story and still keep in from getting too much. This book picks up right where the first one finished. Rhiannon has just made a deal with a demon and he transported her 101 years in the future where a thing called 'The Renfield Syndrome' has managed to wipe out millions of humans. Vampires are at the top of the food chain and are using humans as their slaves. Needless to [...]

    18. Reread Review:This was a reread for me and it was just as good the second time around. This time it was a lot sadder to me knowing how things happen in the next book. I love Paine! It's so hard to pick who's my favorite between him and Disco. The vulnerability he shows in this book is sad and touching. Of course Rhiannon kicked some major a$$ in this one whether it's a vamp, werewolf or demon. For a human she can hold her own. Original Review This one picks up where #1 ended. Rhiannon is thrown [...]

    19. I liked the first book, and this sequel didn't disappoint. A very twisty plot, with some developments I genuinely didn't see coming, and some heart-wrenching moments that were all the more affecting because it was easy to see the point of view of all the characters involved. Saare really has her work cut out for her with the next book in the series. She's already laid the foundations for a suspenseful plot, and I can't wait to see what the author does with Rhiannon's relationships with the other [...]

    20. Ok she is now on the top of my list of female leads that will not be tolerated.Rhiannon is worse in this book imo. I was all ready to tolerate her and put her in perspective, then men all start falling all over her, and she gets even stronger to back up her arrogance

    21. Last night, I finished this book and rated in three stars. Having had more time to think about it and consider my disappointment with how this all played out, I had to revoke a star. Because actually, the disappointment was fairly intense. And here's why: I found the romance in the first book to be pretty average and predictable. A little bit boring, but not ridiculous and not quite insta-love. So I was thrilled when a demon dumped Rhiannon off 101 years in the future. What's going to happen now [...]

    22. *Rating* 4.0*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Review*The Renfield Syndrome picks up immediately after the stunning conclusion of Dead, Undead, and Somewhere in-Between. Bartender and necromancer Rhiannon Murphy has been transported to the year 2112 by the demon Zagan. I won't rehash the events that made her make the deal with Zagan in the first place. Please, by all means, read the first book in the series. I guarantee you won’t be sorry.“Rhiannon’s Law # 22 – You can’t lie to yourself, so don’t [...]

    23. This is the second book in the Rhannons Law series and things are certainly getting a lot more complcated for the necromancer heroine Rhiannon. Not only has she become part of a vampire household but she's also fallen in love with the head vampire Disco ,not that she intends telling him. To add insult to injury Zagan a powerful demon has persuaded her to deliver a message to Disco in exchange for cancelling out a debt owed . Never trust a demon they are tricky, conniving soulless tormentors but [...]

    24. WOW! WOW! Let's me catch my breath!!!Last book ended with Rhiannon making a deal with the demon Zagan, in order to settle her lover Disco/Gabriel's debt. If you remember, Gabriel told her that one should avoid making a deal with demons because they aren't trustworthy and you end up selling your soul in the process. Does Rhiannon listen? NOPE! She had the good intention of saving her lover, but she got tricked by Zagan and sent 101 years into the future. When she arrived New York City was a war z [...]

    25. Dead, Undead or Somewhere in Between ended with a monster game-changing cliffhanger, leaving readers tearing their hair out, needing to know what would happen to Rhiannon, Disco and the others. The Renfield Syndrome begins with Rhiannon finding herself 101 years in the future. Things have changed. Vampires no longer remain in secrecy, they aren't the only supernatural creatures around and humans are on the brink of extinction.Rhiannon is still as badass as ever, but understandably off balance gi [...]

    26. Okay I don't know how I'm doing this bc I need my sleep.It's a gooodd book that will keep you hooked until you finish the last page and want moreNevertheless, I just finished the book and I'll I got to say is:OMFG! I can't believe so many things happened in a couple pages!!I give kudos to Mrs. Saare for making me cry one minute and then get me mad at some characters *cough* Paine, Carter, Victoria, Rhia everyone haha *cough* It was still good tho! Yet I can't believe PaineUgh why oh whyWhat a BF [...]

    27. Upon shit-canning book 3, I am forced to revise this review. Fuck this series. ***negative 1 billion stars***This is a rough one to review. Mostly because (view spoiler)[Disco/Gabriel is dead to me. (hide spoiler)]And whether I love this series or begin loathing it depends on where the series goes from her. If she forgives him, I'm done. Because (view spoiler)[rape is unforgivable. I don't care what his provocation was. He's worse than Ray. Because she never trusted Ray, never expected better fr [...]

    28. Loved! Loved! Loved! So ready for The Ripple Effect now!I really don’t want to post any spoilers, so I’m going to be very limited in what I say about The Renfield Syndrome. I have been waiting to see what happened to Rhiannon since Jamie threw us the big twist at the end of Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between. Not only was Rhiannon’s new world completely different from the one she left behind, but she immediately is thrown into a situation where she has very little control. We get to spe [...]

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