Book Review

by Tate Hallaway

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: MILD

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Written in the first person, book two of this terrific series by the genuinely talented Hallaway continues to build a likable, if somewhat overwhelmed, heroine who struggles to escape the past and face the future. This is first- rate paranormal reading.

Powerful witch Garnet Lacey thought she had buried the truth about what happened when six members of a Vatican paramilitary organization murdered the other 11 members of her coven. Besides arriving late, the only other reason Garnet wasn't killed was because she instinctively drew on the power of the goddess Lilith. Possessing Garnet's body, Lilith made short work of the murderous Vatican agents,
but Garnet and her then boyfriend, vampire Parrish, had to get rid of
the evidence.

Unfortunately, the bodies have surfaced, and an FBI agent is looking at Garnet as a suspect. Current boyfriend, vampire Sebastian, is not thrilled with Garnet's need for Parrish's assistance, and this puts their romance on rocky ground. Adding to her problems is the large number of zombies suddenly roaming around. Apparently there's
a new voodoo queen in town, and when she starts messing with Garnet's friends, it means war. (BERKLEY, May, 294 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Berkley

Published: May 2007

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