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DARK LIGHT
by Jayne Castle

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Futuristic, Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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New alien discoveries are raising the threat level for inhabitants of Castle's futuristic world. By adding new elements, she keeps the world evolving and gives her protagonists fresh challenges to overcome. This is another seamless blend of paranormal romance, humor, action and suspense!

Although she works for
a tabloid newspaper, Crystal City reporter Sierra McIntyre's stories
about mysterious drugs and missing hunters are hitting too close to the
truth for the Ghost Hunter Guild. When Sierra gets a meeting with new Guild boss John Fontana, she's not sure what to expect, but it's certainly not a marriage-of-convenience proposal.

If John is to ferret out the dangerous conspiracy within the Guild, he knows he'll need Sierra's excellent contacts, plus he fears someone will try to permanently shut her up. Sierra's unique paraintuitive skills lead her to believe Fontana is telling the truth, but it's the approval of Sierra's dust bunny Elvis that convinces her to accept Fontana's proposal. Good thing, as she's nearly abducted on her way to her wedding! (JOVE, Sep., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Jove

Published: September 2008

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