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Summer Rain is the first instalment of the Custodian series: an urban fantasy trilogy that follows the adventures of Ellie Stray, a seemingly ordinary New Yorker coming to terms with her otherworldly inheritance. Get ready to be drawn into an enchanting realm of magic, secrets and love in this series for adults and a joy for all “romantasy” fans.
Elizabeth Stray spent her whole life in New York City. Growing up in modest circumstances with her depressive mother Anne and younger sister, Ellie decided to start a career as real-estate broker at the age of 19. Ellie is a successful business woman, but handling emotions in her private life is not her strongsuit.
Ellie is an impulsive, but caring and loyal person.
Joanna Smith grew up next door to Ellie. Her father Tom brought her up as a single dad, after his wife left the family when Jo' turned 12. Tom is a professional photographer and spent most of the time travelling for work. While her fathers' absence Jo' lived with Ellie's family. Jo' is a book keeper and loves numbers.
She is a rational and extremely clever person, who knows how to wriggle out of any affair with a charming smile.
Daniel Buckler grew up in one of New York's orphanages. After serving the army, he found a job as IT specialist in New York City.
Dan never searched for his parents and came to terms with his past - or so he says.
Dan is a tight-lipped person, but kind and loyal.
Alrick Amiton knows Ellie and Jo' since the were 19. Rick owns and runs his company, the R.A. Real Estate Agency. He works together with Ellie at the office, while he is having an on-off relationship with her best friend Jo'. Rick never talks about his own family.
He is a self-sacrificing person, protective and noble.
Jeremy White is an aspiring author, spending much time with Ellie and Dan in Slumbertown – his friends call him Jer.
Countless romances and affairs seem to define Jer's daily life, but how much truth is hidden beneath his mostly sassy talking?
Jer is eloquent, open-minded and sometimes provoking.