Saturday, 28 February 2009
Rowan isn't happy to hear that his wife Felicity is now a freelance consultant for the local police. Taking pictures of crime scenes is something he doesn't want her doing but she is a fiery Irish woman who always wins an argument. So when Felicity gets called to her first crime scene Rowan tags along to make sure she doesn't get too involved. What he doesn't know is that she is about to get very involved.

The scene they arrive at is one of either a suicide, murder or a sex game gone too far. What makes things worse is that the victim is a judge and the FBI are on the scene. Rowan and Felicity are happy to finish the job and leave but it isn't long before they are pulled deeper into the case. It looks like they have a serial killer on their hands and to make it special all the evidence points to a female. Hopefully the lady they are looking for isn't someone they already know but as Felicity starts acting stranger and stranger nobody is sure what to think anymore.

Six books into the series and I am definitely addicted to Rowan Gant. Descriptive, realistic and surprises all the way these books really make you wonder if they are indeed Fiction. Wicca mystery and murder are always a main focus in this series but this time there is also a huge erotic factor which pulls the series in a totally new and interesting direction that I didn't see coming.

With the cliffhanger ending to this first book in the 'Miranda Trilogy' I am very tempted to read the next book All Acts of Pleasure straight away. The suspense is high and I am sure there is going to be a lot more hurt and pain in store for Mr Gant before this 'trilogy' is over and I can't wait to find out what happens next.

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posted by Amber Katze at Saturday, February 28, 2009 |


1 Comments:


At 28 February 2009 at 18:08, Blogger Vickie

Amber: I love this series and I've only read the first one. I had the opportunit to order the entire series in a 'damaged' section and at 25% off thanks to a link from BittenByBooks. The 'damage' was that M R Sellars signed each one! I have the entire set signed....those are going anywhere but on my keeper shelf.
I like the interaction of the characters, the Wiccan aspect, the reality of action.

 






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