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by Jeff LaFerney


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Loving the Rain book. Clay Thomas has mind-control powers-powers he has learned are best.

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As his enemy closes in and Clay and Tanner's powers grow, Clay is forced to choose between protecting his secrets and protecting those he loves most. Loving the Rain, the first stand-alone novel in the Clay and Tanner Thomas series, is a suspenseful story about an exceptional man forced to face the choices of his past and the extraordinary love and forgiveness that finally offer him peace from a lifetime of secrecy.

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Clay Thomas had encountered Jack Harding twenty years before, when Jack was a brash teenager, hungry for success. Born with the uncanny ability to manipulate minds, young Clay occasionally used that skill to his advantage-but he recognized the moral consequences and vowed to keep his secrets to himself.

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Mind powers are to be kept unused and secret. At least that's what Clay Thomas believes until a determined rival from his past enters his life, seeking revenge. When Clay discovers that his athletic son has his own mind powers, they set out together to undo consequences from Clay's past and to put an end to Jack Harding's plans. As his enemy closes in and Clay and Tanner's powers grow, Clay is forced to choose between protecting his secrets and protecting those he loves most. Loving the Rain, the first stand-alone novel in the Clay and Tanner Thomas series, is a suspenseful story about an exceptional man forced to face the choices of his past and the extraordinary love and forgiveness that finally offer him peace from a lifetime of secrecy.
Painwind
I've been happily on a roll on reading some great stories, this one is no exception to it. I had a hard time putting this one down. Even though I'm not big on reading sports stories, this one kept my interest throughout the entire book.
Clay Thomas was a linebacker in high school and could manipulate minds. He had a run in during basketball and football from Jack Harding who was determined he was going to beat Clay. It didn't work out his way. Years later, Clay was a math teacher and high school baseball coach and married to Jessie. They had a son named Tanner who had the same abilities as his dad but no one was privy to them, at least not yet.
Jessie wasn't happy in her marriage. Something always seemed to be bothering her. She was meeting someone that no one knew about and was not a good person. Jack was determined to make Clay pay for all the years of making him look bad. But how was he going to be able to do it so it didn't come back on him? Revenge would be sweet as far as he was concerned.
Mr. LaFerney did a wonderful job on this story and it was a privilege to read it.
Anarius
Loving the Rain by Jeff LaFerney is a fun and intriguing mystery with a twist!

Father and son team, Clay and Tanner, have extra “mental abilities”. These abilities are a blessing and curse all at once and readers will learn each side through both men’s experiences in this novel. This part of the story is highly interesting and I loved it. Clay and Tanner struggle with their abilities and try to understand them throughout the story. What they could never know is that there is an unknown danger getting closer and closer to their family – can the mental abilities get them out of it, or will they only serve to make things worse?

Another added element to LaFerney’s mystery tale is sports – lots of sports. Basketball with a little football to be more specific. Now, I’m a sports fan so that worked for me. The author’s love of sports is very clear and it added to the excitement both Clay and Tanner feel about the sports in their lives.

Mystery readers love a good bad guy and this book has one. Actually, it has a couple and they’ll get right under your skin and make you squirm at their pure criminality and evilness. But, don’t assume you have things all figured out; there are definitely some twists and turns to keep the intrigue at a high level.

An engaging, well-written and suspenseful novel, Loving the Rain kept me turning pages until about two in the morning (and I do love my sleep)!!
Celace
Loving The Rain by Jeff LaFerney is the first book in the Clay & Tanner Thomas novels. This book and series is a must read for anyone who loves well written, suspense-filled stories with plot twists/turns and heartfelt emotions. I have to begin by saying that I read the author's books out of order because each book, although tied to each other, can be read as a stand alone novel. (I love that about this series because I have just discovered that I personally dislike cliffhangers!)

Clay Thomas seems to have it all - a beautiful wife of 20 years, a handsome and talented son, a wonderful job and a secret supernatural power. But, life can change in an instant and the smallest action or inaction can set in motion a sequence of events that can change someone's life forever. Will Clay's power prove to be a blessing or a curse? I guess you will have to read Loving The Rain to find out!

My thoughts - I loved that this book and storyline is original and the author keeps you guessing as to what the final outcome of the story will be. He also ties up any loose ends and the story blends together extremely well. The only element that I had a hard time with is all the sports jargon. I know it is necessary for the dynamics of the story but for me, it was a little too much.
Even having said that I still give this book 5/5 stars - check it out!!
Darksinger
I really enjoyed this for a number of reasons. First of all, I had just met Jeff at a craft show where he was selling his books, but decided to try the Kindle version. I knew that he was writing about the area that I live in, so I was a bit fascinated. Then I read some reviews complaining about how long the sports sequences were, and got a little uncertain about how much I would like the book. But it pulled me in and kept me going, and turned into a very fine read. I probably will have to read more in this series to see where he goes. I don't think I've ever run across this sort of thing before - with a father/son sharing special abilities. I can see some great possibities for the other stories in the series. If the writing had been just a bit better, I might have even given this one 5 stars.
BoberMod
I wasn't sure what to expect when I began reading this book. I'm not a huge sports fan, so I was afraid I would be a bit lost as I got into the story. However, that was not the case. While sports are certainly a driving force in this book, the storyline itself rests upon its wonderful and diverse characters.

I thouroughly enjoyed this book and read the bulk of it in one sitting, eager to find out what would happen next and I was not disappointed! The twist in the end was completely unexpected and more importantly, I was happy with the way the author tied everything up, giving me the needed closure while still leaving things open for the possibilities of more to come in the future :-)
Malalanim
I thoroughly enjoyed Loving the Rain, the first book in this mystery series. I actually had already read the last book, Bulletproof, and liked it so much I had to find out how it all started. Clay and Tanner are wonderful characters that I was instantly taken with. Clay has had to learn to live with the powers he believes are both a gift and a curse. Tanner has only begun to discover what he can do. Now they’re both dealing with a menacing man set out to seek revenge on Clay and make the whole family suffer. I thought the mind control part of the story was very unique and kept the story interesting. There were also a few surprises I didn’t see coming. Give this series a shot if you enjoy mystery and suspense with a cool fantasy aspect.
Loving the Rain ebook
Author:
Jeff LaFerney
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Action & Adventure
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World Castle Publishing (December 16, 2011)
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216 pages
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