Saturday 23 July 2011


Keira Kelly, half-breed descendant of a powerful paranormal family has chosen to live apart from her clan and among humans in the Texas Hill Country. When she experiences a prophetic vision that foretells the vicious murder of her human cousin, Marty Nelson, she vows to determine the truth. Keira begins to uncover long-concealed secrets and risks alienating everyone she knows, from her former lover, Sheriff Carlton Larson, to the enigmatic Adam Walker, once a friendly acquaintance and now much more!

This is a book that I've had on my TBR pile for several years now. I'm not kidding. I've had it so long that it's actually the original Juno Books version, not the re-released Pocket version, lol. I've just got so much to read, that sometimes I lose track of some of my books. But I'm now determined to read the first book in several series, to see if I'm interested in getting stuck into them.

Keira Kelly has a lot going on. She's going through some changes, which for her has been manifesting in some very strange and violent dreams. She also just found out that the new Sheriff in town is her former flame, an old friend she knew in London has decided to make Rio Seco his new home, and her annoying human cousin has just been murdered.

She might not have liked her cousin Marty much, but she's determined to find out who did it and why... which gets her involved in trying to figure out a very confusing mystery. She also discovers a bunch of vampires nearby, and their involvement in some very old secrets that are now resurfacing...

I really enjoyed this book! It was a lot of fun, but also has a pretty cool mystery, and some very dangerous situations. There's a lot going on, but everything ties up perfectly in the end. Keira is also a very interesting person and I can't wait to see what else she gets herself into. There's also a really cool cast of characters, and I particularly liked her strong friendship with Bea, who's just human.

Yeah, this is a series I want to get stuck into. Which is really cool, since I just found the second book already on my shelf! Awesome, huh?        

H&UFRC books read: 36/24

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