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OBSIDIAN PREY
by Jayne Castle

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

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An extra dollop of humor spices up the passion and intrigue in the latest Harmony adventure. Castle also manages to forge a link between this series and her Arcane one, and she does her usual marvelous job of keeping the action moving and the romance sizzling.

Prospector Lyra Dore made the amber discovery of the decade three months ago, but all she has to show for it is a broken heart and major legal bills. Unbeknownst to Lyra, the man she was dating was really Amber Inc. CEO Cruz Sweetwater, whose company moved in on the claim.

While Vincent, Lyra's talented dust bunny, offers comfort, the sudden reappearance of Cruz is painful. Cruz never meant to hurt Lyra, and he is determined to win her back. But they have a more pressing problem: Someone is both sabotaging and stealing from Lyra's find. The power contained in the missing artifacts could be quite dangerous in the wrong hands. To stop this menace, they will have to combine their psychic talents. (JOVE, Sep., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: JOVE

Published: September 2009

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