Book Review

by Lisa Plumley

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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Plumley's talent shines through in her wonderful worldbuilding and attention to detail. However, the central conflict's reliance on the heroine's relationship with her parents and a return to high school, though meant to evoke someone who's trying to come to terms with her past, reads instead like she's reliving it, having learned nothing the first time. If this book were written and intended for young adults, these qualities would have added to the story and not detracted from it.

Dayna Sterling left her
small town as soon as she graduated from high school, and never looked back. But as a witch she is approaching the stage of her life where her
powers come into full effect. And in
the tiny community of Covenhaven, Ariz., it has been decided that cusping witches must all be taught as one class. Which means Tracker TJ McAlister
is sent to bring her home. And
what they will find there is nothing
that either of them expects. (ZEBRA, 354
pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Stacey Agdern

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: September 2009

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