Raising Innocence

Raising Innocence My name is Rylee and I am a Tracker When children go missing and the Humans have no leads I m the one they call I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones I salvage what they cannot The FB

  • Title: Raising Innocence
  • Author: Shannon Mayer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • My name is Rylee, and I am a Tracker.When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I m the one they call I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones I salvage what they cannot.The FBI wants me on their team Bad enough that they are dangling bait they KNOW I can t resist The catch It s on the other side of the ocean.And if I want what they re offeringMy name is Rylee, and I am a Tracker.When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I m the one they call I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones I salvage what they cannot.The FBI wants me on their team Bad enough that they are dangling bait they KNOW I can t resist The catch It s on the other side of the ocean.And if I want what they re offering, I have to help them with a salvage gone terribly, terribly wrong But this time, I have no back up I have no Plan B And I have no O Shea.

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    • Carmel (Rabid Reads) says:

      Reviewed by: Rabid Reads.I’m still trying to make up my mind about this series; the heroine’s competent, and I seem to be inhaling Shannon Mayer’s world-building like a bag of my favourite potato chips. But, then there’s O’Shea, I feel as though the author may have pushed his character well past his limits, and Rylee attracts sidekicks like a bad rash. The positives are definitely up there on my list of Urban Fantasy must-haves; however the negatives aren’t exactly easy to overlook. [...]

    • Beanbag Love says:

      Okay, wow. What the hell happened to Rylee? She became an absolute raving bitch in this book with TSTL tendencies. Seriously, she was unlikable throughout. Even the characters to whom she shows her good side couldn't possibly trust she's not going to turn around and bite their head off while insulting them personally and cruelly. The action's good. The mystery works. The world building remains pretty strong (although I'm really wondering at this point how everyone is not a werewolf). The side ch [...]

    • Isabella - Madly in Love with Books says:

      So this is getting better, but perhaps it was mainly because there was almost no Liam or romance in this book. Those two together just don‘t do it for me. Inhaber the feeling, every urban fantasy badass heroine adopts a child at some point and this is getting kinda old, but oh well. Alex annoyed me as ever, the harpy Eve is growing on me. The new characters were all really bland and one-dimensionale, character building zero. I like that Rylee learned things like questioning motives from Liam, [...]

    • Denisa says:

      These books really are too short, I want them to last longer!I'm beginning to like this series more and more. It keeps me curious, it's the kind of book you read in the buss, on your way to work, 'cuz you just can't put it down long enough. Ah, and in this particular book, everything gets even more interesting. We see the main character making new friends (and new enemies, of course), and Mayer has a wonderful way of building the "friend" characters. I'm so curious about what happens with everyo [...]

    • Alison says:

      Another cracking book, can't wait for the fourth which is out in just a few weeks.But a few gripes, I know this is fiction, and fantasy at that. I know that there aren't really ogres and werewolves etc but everything else in the books I've read to date has been written as though it is this world but there are creatures out there that mere humans can't see/ don't know about. Then Rylee comes to London (did you see the possessiveness there?) and steps straight into Mary Poppins! 1. In the UK "pant [...]

    • Shari Kay says:

      3/3.5 ✭Was Rylee always such a Biotch? That's what I kept thinking as I read the book. I don't remember her being sode. She would say things just to be mean and this is before you know the people she eviscerates with her "wit" are not nice people. It's like the author knew we wouldn't like them anyway so she could slam them. It was odd.Okay back to the story. I hate Milly. I really hate Faris, and resent any miniscule tingling that Rylee has around him and am chalking it up to vampire mind con [...]

    • Tom says:

      Shannon Mayer’s Rylee Adamson series is like any other really good paranormal series in the same way that a Formula One car is like a Prius: they’re both good for what they are, but one is a hell of a lot more exciting to watch. Rylee Adamson is the Formula One of heroines, and “Raising Innocence” finds her—and Mayer—in top form.Rylee Adamson is back in North Dakota, training, wishing she could help her lover-turned-werewolf, Liam O’Shea, and taking care of her ailing mentor, Gisel [...]

    • CasPerfitz~SLiTsReaD says:

      It only gets better and better. loving Rylee Adamson more and more! And the plot only goes thicker! Loved it! Rylee takes on a case of someone or something is abducting a lot of dying kids and in London.Again, lots of suspense, non-stop action, heartwarming, funny and full of surprises.There is betrayal. loss and finding new friends/family/ally. Rylee seems to often find the unwanted ones and takes them as her own, making her their mentor or their big kick-ass sister meaning new characters are i [...]

    • Amazon80 says:

      This was nowhere near as good as the first two. 3 stars is generous. There is a issue of continuity in this series that gets worse as she Mayer builds the world. Planes have to be specially outfitted to fly sups but they can all drive? There were a few other things and lots of stuff a good editor would have corrected. I also feel like Rylee was unnecessarily mean in book 3. I get she’s tough and doesn’t follow rules but at times Rylee was just a straight up disrespectful bitch. How has no on [...]

    • Leanne Crabtree says:

      I like this series. Rylee kicks arse! Alex has really started growing on me again. O'Shea *sigh* I would have liked to see more of him but I understand that he's going through a lot mentally and Milly isn't bloody helping!Looking forward to the next book to see what Rylee is going to do to get O'Shea back in her life after him going AWOL.

    • Shelley says:

      *Source* Booklending*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Rating* 4.0*My Thoughts*Raising Innocence, by author Shannon Mayer, is the third installment in the Rylee Adamson series. Protagonist Rylee Adamson is a tracker, and an immune, which means that magic mostly doesn't work against her. She has spent 10 years searching for lost & missing children with remarkable accuracy. Only one other child has ever proven impossible to track. Rylee's own sister Berget who disappeared 10 years ago. *Full Review @ Gizm [...]

    • Suz says:

      3+ starsIt seems to be finding it's footing as a series.

    • Beth says:

      Raising Innocence brings another fantastic addition to the Rylee Adamson series. Coerced by the FBI, Rylee jumps the pond to investigate terminally ill children going missing from hospitals. The twisted and warped creature behind these events is escalating and its up to Rylee to bring these lost children home for their burials.The plot thickens and Rylee is getting the full dreary picture of her prophesied future. The story is definitely growing darker with the full aspect if the potential evil [...]

    • Sarah says:

      After the epicness of the last book, I have to say I was a bit disappointed in this one. I liked the change of pace in London, but I felt there was a bit too much going on this time. Rylee's life is always chaotic, but it got a bit too much at the end with all the zombies and druid weirdness. I kept wanting to skip over those bits to get back to Liam and the important issues. That being said though, I have high hopes for the next book though because it should hopefully keep Liam's predicament as [...]

    • Amy Braun says:

      Not bad. I would have liked the setting to come a little more into play. Most of the story took place in London, but it didn't feel like it was the London we all know. I liked the new characters, though of course Rylee was a massive bitch to them. It's honestly becoming a struggle to like her. There were hints at events coming up in future books, and hopefully they'll be worth the wait. I guess Milly came across as more of a villain, but it still feels contrived, especially since Rylee was a big [...]

    • Grace O'Malley says:

      I can't do this anymore. Nope. She is bastardising my precious English language and rolling about in the muck of my dreams. A car is a car. A lorry is an eighteen wheeler, and nothing else. Just If you're going to set a book in Britain, with British characters, learn your goddamn Britishisms. And don't highlight them. Rylee says 'oh hot shit damn the girl keeps calling the car a lorry oh how will I cope with these British loons'or words to that effect, and it's all just so soul destroying that I [...]

    • Margaret says:

      ****Warning*****Hey, Mom, the guilt trip you gave me after you read the first two books (when I explicitly warned you not to) didn't work. There are still F-bombs, violence and grabbing of inappropriate body parts. I'd say I'm sorry, but that would be a lie. And you didn't raise no liar.*The FBI wants Rylee on their team, and they're pulling out all the stops to make sure it happens--dangling a bait she can't resist. Which happens to be in London. The catch? She has to finds out who is snatching [...]

    • Jessica Frances says:

      Raising Innocence is book three in the Rylee Adamson series. I just love how awesome Rylee is and this entire world Mayer has created. I feel like savouring each book since I know the end has been confirmed with her next book out later this year. The only thing I wish there had been more of is Liam. I was terrified for him in this book and I’m excited to see what happens next given what happened towards the end. I’m hoping Rylee will be able to help him in the next book. This series is defin [...]

    • CJ - It's only a Paper Moon says:

      Serious flawsBetween the editing, the continued slut-shaming, and now, fat-shaming, thus book let me down. The plot was fast but had a lot of loopholes and some points that could've been better explained.Also, Rylee was a huge bitch in this one. More so than usual and that took away from her development.

    • Nikki Thompson says:

      Greatness 4.5 starsThis one was awesome. Again right into the action, the perfect length. I'm devouring this series. I've read a lot of sword toting chick series before, but it never gets old! Iove me a foul mouthed ass kicking heroine.

    • Scheherazade says:

      Love, love, LOVE it! Would write more, but I HAVE to get to the next book in this series Like NOW! (Please refer to my "Shadowed Threads" review for full series to-date review. Tky.)

    • Archer says:

      Dear god, I'm hooked. I love the new characters being added. I love the ones who are on the periphery of the story line. This is just a great series.

    • Dianesief says:

      love it.

    • Rebecca says:

      I'm glad I decided to continue this series after the first one. At this point, I think the second book, Immune, is my favorite. Thus far, it by far has had the best storyline, and it showed great improvement in the writing from the first. I believe Mayer has really improved on the dialogue since book 1, Priceless. That was my biggest beef with it. The dialogue flows much more naturally in this third installment than ever before. A huge bonus for me. Although I thought the storyline was a little [...]

    • jammastere says:

      This is the third book in the Rylee Adamson series. This is a very intriguing urban fantasy series!Rylee is a Tracker in a world with many different types of supernaturals in it. She is able to find someone once she has their name and picture. She was trained by a Seeker and has never met or known of any other Trackers. She has a rag tag bunch of supernaturals that have mostly been rejected and have found a home with her.In this book Rylee takes a trip to England. Agent Valley of the FBI's super [...]

    • Heather says:

      I enjoyed this series, especially seeing how it intertwined with the Elemental Series. However, I'm not so sure my teenagers would enjoy it. There is a fair amount of language and gore that even I skipped through. In addition to that there are some sex scenes to skip over, and a few crude/lewd moments that I could have done without. I understood the language was a way of distinction with the Trackers in that world, and if it hadn't been for how well done the story was I don't think I would have [...]

    • Kim says:

      I can't say exactly that I enjoyed this book, that would be pushing it an d possibly shoving it headfirst off a cliff.Truthfully this book reeked of "third in the series" disease. Seriously, it didn't really feel like it moved the story along much. The start was interesting as it closed a few issues, but the rest Cannon fodder really.Milly is still a bitch witch. Liam is still fucked up and there isn't really any interaction with Rylee. Alex is still a funny werewolf. (kinda) Rylee is still runn [...]

    • Sara says:

      4 Stars!I really enjoy this series, but this one wasn't my favorite. Things are really changed up in this book - the location, some of the team, the bad guy(s). Seriously, be ready for something entirely new. Not only that, but one of our favorites is essentially MIA for most ofthe book. I liked the new characters, sort of. Will was okay, but I can see right away what his role in this series will be. I kind of love Pamela. I think she will be a fun new character. The story in this one is pretty [...]

    • Falynn - the TyGrammarSaurus Rex says:

      A fun, light read that sweeps you along for the ride.As others have said, Rylee does seem to attract sidekicks like a magnet, and none of them get enough screen time to give the reader a chance to really get to know them, which is a shame as they seem like they could all be quite interesting in their own rights, given half a chance.O'Shea plays a smaller part in this one, but continues his one man attempt to play every single personality type within one series. I have no idea who he actually is [...]

    • Cindy Mathis says:

      Let me start by saying I love this series. It's my second read through because I was in the mood for some butt kicking and I didn't leave reviews the first time through. Rylee can do that with one hand tied behind her back. I didn't love Raising Innocence as much as the rest of the books, but it's still a solid 4.5. I can't even put my finger on why. Might it have needed a little more O'Shea? I'm moving on to Book 4 now.

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