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by Lynn Viehl

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

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Viehl’s imaginative spin-off series continues as she once more explores the hazardous world of the genetically altered Kyndred. This story is rife with stunning secrets, treachery and betrayal, guaranteed to keep readers guessing. With multiple storylines and secretive characters, the revelations come at a brisk pace. Romance fans take note: this new Kyndred novel takes a truly unusual turn.

Rowan Dietrich escaped from her abusive home life years ago, but its effects still haunt her. Rowan wants to start a new life, away from her fellow Kyndred, keeping her unique dreamveiling abilities to herself. After a motorcycle accident, Rowan is assisted by world-class chef Jean-Marc Dansant. Taking on a job at the restaurant, Rowan grows closer to Jean-Marc, yet it is another man who may foreshadow danger. Sean Meriden is a P.I. with a wealthy and ruthless client who is determined to find a missing woman. Also circling relentlessly is the evil GenHance Corporation, with its mission to recover the Kyndred at any cost. (ONYX, Jun., 336 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: ONYX

Published: June 2010

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Dreamveil /A Novel Of The Kyndred/

Submitted by mlacroix on August 10, 2010 - 6:05pm.

Rowan Dietrich is running to keep her secret safe. The secret that she's a member of the Kyndred. She suddenly is back where she started in New York City and stranded. She's rescued by Chef Jean-Marc Dansant. He helps her and gives her a job. But now she's neighbors with bounty hunter Sean Meriden. Soon she's finding herself falling for the bounty hunter.
The evil company GenCorp is on the trail of Rowan and Sean is given a job by a Gerald King to find his daughter.
I have to admit I struggled through this book. The ending freaked me out, it was so unusual, but it just seemed so slow. It seems that this is another series that has bit the dust for me.
I just couldn't keep interested in the book