"Ms. Miller did it again!"
Jayne Davis is through with experiencing love between the
covers of her steamy romance novels. She wants the real
deal, and plans to make it a reality.
Cameron Murray is a shape-shifter that is determined to
remain single, which is against his very nature. He
believes he has everything under control, until he agrees
attend his best friend's wedding.
Jayne doesn't understand why she is attracted to the
ever-frowning Cameron, who doesn't seem to know she exists.
Cameron is aware; every nerve ending in his body is
sensitive to her whereabouts, for she possesses the
paw-print that marks her as a potential mate.
Cameron would force himself to stay away from her, but
someone is targeting shape-shifters and humans that have
paw-print birthmark. He is a security system expert and he
convinces Jayne that she must stay with him at his highland
As Cameron struggles to control the urge his body demands,
Jayne tries to convince him to relax and let nature take
course. She's attracted to him, and she knows that he
her. Now all she has to do is convince him that his
instincts are right, and that she is his fìor cèile (true
Cameron will die before he takes Jayne without her
the implications involved with their union. They may die
anyway, if he can't figure out who is after them.
Ms. Miller did it again with her second installment of her
shape-shifter series, giving you a little more insight into
the mysterious uncover group of shape-shifters, while
interweaving mystery, action, and a sizzling love story
will curl your toes. You will adore Cameron even with his
cantankerous attitude, and adore Jayne for her refreshing
honesty. You will definitely find the magic within these
pages, and though this is the second book, it isn't the
for Ms. Miller hints of a third story. Hopefully, it will
be out soon. Highly Recommend!
This riveting tale may be read without reading the first
book; however, you won't want to miss, Believe in the Magic
for it is just as captivating.
Michelle Nutt, author
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted October 29, 2006