Review: Here Comes The Rainne Again (Invertary #6) by Janet Elizabeth Henderson

Posted March 5, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 0 Comments

Review: Here Comes The Rainne Again (Invertary #6) by Janet Elizabeth HendersonHere Comes The Rainne Again (Invertary #6) by Janet Elizabeth Henderson
on February 28, 2016
Genres: Romantic Comedy, Contemporary Romance
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Kirsty has planned the perfect Leap Day wedding.

And it’s all falling apart...

The Scottish Highlands are in the middle of the worst snow storm in decades. Cell towers are down, electricity is out and roads are closed.
In true Invertary style the town’s folk have decided to ignore the weather and carry on with the party. Kirsty is at the castle, in the middle of her hen-night and having second thoughts about the wedding. Lake is enduring his stag-do at the town’s only pub, helpfully organised by his 'best man' eighty-nine year old Betty. Rainne, Lake’s sister, has come back to town after three years away to not only attend the wedding, but to see if Alastair will give her a second chance to love him. Oh yeah, and a whole bunch of men with guns have surrounded the castle!

The castle is under siege. The town is under snow. The men are stuck at the pub and the women are on their own. With emotions running high, snow falling hard and lives on the line, the residents of Invertary are about to stage the wedding of the century.

PLEASE NOTE: Unlike the rest of the books in my Invertary series, this one isn't a standalone novel. Here Comes The Rainne Again follows up on the characters in the first book in the series—Lingerie Wars. Because of this, I recommend that you read Lingerie Wars before Here Comes The Rainne Again, otherwise you might get a bit lost—and we don’t want that. 🙂 Lucky for you, Lingerie Wars is currently free to download! Happy reading!

Steffi’s Review

Since reading her first published book, I’ve been a die-hard Janet Elizabeth Henderson fan. Her stories are written with a unique, quirky and witty voice that guarantees a good time!

Here Comes The Rainne Again is almost like a mid-series wrap up – it ties up a lot of lose ends, introduces new characters and lets us revisit with some old favorites. Since the story relies heavily on the plot from previous books, you should at least have read Lingerie Wars (it’s free, so no reason not to get it:)). I’ve been waiting for Rainne and Alastair’s happy ending since the first book in the Invertary series. At that point, Lake’s sister, Rainne, hadn’t really found her place in life yet. Alastair, sweet as he is, was trying everything in his power to make Rainne stay, but she had to strike out on her own first. While my heart went out to Alastair in Lingerie Wars, I always felt that they weren’t ready to be a couple at that time. Now Rainne is finally back in Invertary for Lake and Kirsty’s wedding and she is ready to win back the guy whose heart she broke years ago.

Here Comes The Rainne was the complete opposite of what I expected. Janet Elizabeth Henderson takes readers on a wild ride that includes kidnapping, a snow storm, a castle under siege and a group of women with very questionable self-defense techniques. One thing this book has taught me is to never start a JEH book with any preconceived notions again, because this author is going to tell me a story I never could have imagined in my wildest dreams. This book is full of twists and turns but at the heart of it is a lovable community of friends that stick together no matter what.

Janet Elizabeth Henderson gives Alastair and Rainne a well-deserved happy ending that fits the tone of this series perfectly. I’m very excited that there will be a spin-off series, Benson’s Boys, starring Lake’s good friend, Callum McKay who will be managing the London office of Benson Security. I can’t wait! Here Comes The Rainne Again already gives us a sneak peek at the characters involved in this spin-off and it’s bound to be hilarious!

Another successful installment in the Invertary series, Here Comes The Rainne Again left me with a happy smile on my face. I thank Janet Elizabeth Henderson for etching ‘man-struating’ eternally into my brain.


About Janet Elizabeth Henderson

I grew up in Scotland, but now I’m living in New Zealand – married to a Dutch man whom I met in America. (It can get a little confusing in my household!) When I’m not living in my head, I’m a mother to two tiny kids, three pet sheep, three miniature horses, three alpacas, one dog, two cats, several chickens and an escape artist goat.

5 random things about me:

1. I accidentally mooned a crowd at a Bolivian wedding.
2. I’ve been chased by a gang of baboons. And I mean gang. They were organised and vicious. All that was missing was their leather jackets and tattoos!
3. I wrote my first novel when I was 22. It was a cross between Star Wars, Monsters Inc. and Tinkerbelle. Funnily enough, no one wanted to publish it. Odd that…
4. I was a portrait artist on the streets of Amsterdam for a time.
5. I worked night shift as a security guard at Stirling Castle in Scotland while I was in art college. The castle was on a terrorist hit-list back then. To defend it they gave me a flashlight, a two-way radio that only worked one-way and made me wear a polyester A-line skirt…

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