Science fiction and fantasy
Rachel Caine created The Weather Warden series, and the Morganville Vampires series for young adult readers.
Book ReviewsThe Dead Girls' Dance
Claire Danvers dislikes vampires, but finds vampire hunters an even scarier breed. The second in the Morganville Vampires series.
Released in 2007.
Claire Danvers is worried about missing class. But in a town full of vampires she has more to fear than bad grades and parental disapproval.
Released in 2006.
A teenager in Las Vegas has the strongest Djinn in the world in his power, and is causing chaos. The third of the Weather Wardens series.
Released in 2005.
In the second book in the Weather Wardens series, Joanne Baldwin faces a threat that could destroy the Djinn.
Released in 2004.
The first book in the Weather Wardens series.
Released in 2003.
The weather is out of control, Djinn are in rebellion, and Mother Nature is poised to bring about the end of humanity. The fifth novel in the Weather Warden series.
Former weather warden Joanne Baldwin is out of power, her Djinn lover is turning into a monster, and a supernatural war is imminent. The fourth in the Weather Warden series.
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