"four fine paranormal novellas"
Sherrilyn Kenyon. After five years, Adron still regrets his
actions and drowns his sorrow at the Golden Crona rejecting
all company. Princess Livia sneaks out of her father's
castle seeking a male to deflower her so she would be unfit
to marry her sire's choice Clypper. She chooses Adron who
surprises himself as she lights a fire inside him.
Maggie Shayne. In Pinedale, bakery owner Megan has a vision
of the missing woman so she calls Police Chief Skinner.
When she is proven right he sends Detective Sam to
Suzanne Forster. In Blanchard's Department Store customer
Lucy tries to buy an attaché case for her finicky fiancé
Frederick, but someone else beats her to it. Afterward the
stranger gives her the case as a wedding present. Not long
afterward, she meets him again as Noah owner of Hightower
Electric works on her building. When her appliances go
batty she asks Noah to help her although she thinks she
needs an electrical exorcist instead.
Virginia Kantra. Wade County librarian Janet travels a
remote area in a North Carolina forest when she runs into
Rod. He looks just like her beloved Ross who vanished
without a word, but shows no aging or physical changes from
the man she last saw fourteen years ago.
These four paranormal novellas share in common the mystic,
terrific protagonists, and delightful magical romantic
story lines that readers will have trouble putting down
once a tale is started.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted November 22, 2004
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 3, 2007