Madeline Smith has retreated to an isolated farmhouse, afraid of the psychic abilities she can't control-abilities that have killed. But when "ghost" Jon Barnett brings a warning of danger and her nephew disappears, Maddie has to leave her haven. She also has to learn to control the abilities she fears and place her trust in Jon Barnett, a man who is neither human nor ghost.
But as the search for the teenagers becomes a race against time, and the noose of sorcery threatens to kill Maddie and Jon, the greatest danger to them both could be the feelings they have for each other-feelings that they refuse to acknowledge....Continua
Ok so this started badly but it did get better as the story progressed and ended pretty well I thought. The writing wasn't fantastic though and it was very cliched in parts. I hate authors who describe peoples hair as 'slivers of shimmering sunlight'. Its too...lovey dovey or something.
Anyway the plotline with the shapeshifters and witchs and stuff was interesting enough (if you're into that kind of stuff, which I am) to keep me reading and their romance got less cliche and more entertaining as the book progressed also. I may buy the rest of the trilogy but only if I stumble onto the books somewhere, I won't be searching the bookstores anyway....Continua