"Exciting paranormal anthology"
From paranormal to supernatural to futuristic romance, this
anthology has something for everyone who likes their
romances to step outside the normal romance guidelines.
All four tales are so good, readers will think they were
written by authors that are OUT OF THIS WORLD.
"Interlude in Death" by J.D. Robb. New York Police
Lieutenant Eve Dallas goes off planet to give a talk at the
interplanetary law enforcement and security conference.
Once there an enemy of her husband offers her captain bars
if she helps take Roarke down. Killings directed at
Roarke soon follow, leaving Eve to fight for her life and
"Kinsman" by Sue Krinard. Two telepaths try to stop
from breaking out between the human colonists and the
Shaavrin race. The Shaavrin refuse to allow humans in
their space sector unless a kinsman is aboard. Kori and
Jonas must stop a plot to destroy the existing order while
finding time to deepen their relationship.
"Immortality" by Maggie Shayne. A beautiful witch
the dark side when her child dies. The witch lives for
four thousand years, but then almost dies. Matthew, who is
mourning his wife and unborn child rescues her. Together
they find the love and acceptance they never found with
their deceased spouses.
"Magic like Heat Across my Skin" by Laurell K
Anita breaks her self-imposed silence to ask for help from
her vampire lover Jean Claude in getting back one of her
were-jaguars. To do so he insists that they must merge
auras. She reluctantly agrees, with the results being
something never before seen in this world.
Harriet Klausner /July, 2001
Copyright © 2001 for ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 25, 2001