This book brings the MacDonnell Brides trilogy to a close as the youngest of the MacDonnell witches, Rose, searches for a cure for her father's illness. Though she is a healer, Rose needs someone more powerful or she fears her father will die.

Rose travels north to plead with William MacKay for help, but MacKay holds his privacy dearly and refuses Rose entry to his castle. Rose cleverly finds her way into his home, and his heart, however, as she brazenly demands his aid.

It's a dangerous time for Rose or MacKay to show their powers to the world, since the infamous witch hunter has found his way to Glen Laire. Rose and MacKay must place the power of their love and goodness against the forces of evil before they can be free.

This final tale of the MacDonnell sisters is Holling at her most powerful. She enchants readers with a strong, bold heroine and a dark alpha hero and leads them into a situation that will thrill readers as they hold their breath awaiting the climax. SENSUAL (Aug., 380 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin