IT MUST BE MAGIC
Skully has a talent for smooth dialogue, fun, sexy characters and delightful humor -- and she doesn't disappoint here. While the premise is a bit over the top, in the skilled hands of this author, readers are treated to a collection of quirky secondary characters, palpable sexual chemistry and amusing conversations between Lili and her animal friends.
Lili spends a few minutes with the frightened feline, only to determine that the animal has witnessed a murder. Tanner reluctantly gets involved, and he and Lili begin to hunt for the dead body. Although Tanner has his doubts about Lili's psychic skills, he finds himself becoming more attracted to her than he'd like. Soon, he begins to hope Lili's been truthful about her abilities -- and that she's falling in love with him too. (HQN, Jun., 384 pp., $6.99)