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  • It's a cute enough story, and meeting the other Drake sisters when they too return home, makes for an interesting family dynamic, but in the long run, the story line about his job, and government secret projects just seemed ridiculous, and if the author could've left that out entirely, it would've made for a much better book in the long run
  • I don't think I'll be investing in the other books in the series even though they seem a little more promising than this one, as far as character interaction and back story is concerned


    • by Anasuya
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      Normally I really like Christine Feehan books. It’s easy reading, usually along the lines of light smut, like a Harlequin romance, but a little more involved, and usually centered around a paranormal or fantasy theme, which is one of my favorite themes to read. In this particular book, you meet Damon Wilder who just moves to a quiet sea side town, and he hears whispers about the

      infamous Sarah Drake returning to her home in the dilapitated house set off near the beach. He hears her name whispered on the wind and finds himself absolutely fascinated by the promise of her return, and wants to find out whatever he can.

      He comes to find out that she’s really a secret agent of some sort, with great skills with a gun, who was sent by ...


      • the government agency from which he retired, to protect him from the bad guys who wants the secrets to some weapon he was working on. But not only that, she’s also got strange mythical powers that revolve around foretelling the future.

        It’s a cute enough story, and meeting the other Drake sisters when they too return home, makes for an interesting family dynamic, but in the long

        run, the story line about his job, and government secret projects just seemed ridiculous, and if the author could’ve left that out entirely, it would’ve made for a much better book in the long run. I don’t think I’ll be investing in the other books in the series even though they seem a little more promising than this one, as far as character interaction and back story is concerned.




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