Image of Capturing Karma (The Sullivan Boys)


Image of Capturing Karma (The Sullivan Boys)

Daughters gives readers another tale about a beautiful psychic and a reluctant cop, yet it feels new and exciting. The author writes with such a warm, flowing style, it's like visiting old friends. You'll want to see what happens next, and hope for only the best for these friends.

Matilda "Matty" Connors' vision may have helped the police, but it resulted in the death of her fiance. Needing a fresh start, she moves cross-country and helps her brother with his animal clinic. She is drawn into the case of a missing student when she finds herself writing a letter to the young man's mother -- a letter he dictated to her. Rushing to get the letter to Brian Sullivan, a police officer she has worked with in the past, Matty runs into him with her car. Brian doesn't believe Matty's visions, even though she has proven herself to him before. Attraction simmers between them, but will Brian's prejudices about her talents drive them apart? (WILD ROSE, Jan., 198 pp., $10.99)
Reviewed by: 
Cindy Himler