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OUT OF THE DARKNESS
by Jaime Rush

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

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The race to find other Offspring kicks into high gear in the second installment of Rush's gritty and spooky series. The core characters are swimming upstream against treacherous waters, which keeps the suspense quotient high. With no firm resolution of plot threads in this book, the overarching storyline is key and hints at what may come next. Chillingly good!

A cryptic message left by
a murdered CIA agent confuses and worries tattoo artist Zoe Stoker. On the run from an assassin, Zoe is rescued by a man named Cheveyo who brings her to the newly formed group of Offspring -- children of psychic parents who were part of an experiment.

Rand Brandenburg has reluctantly joined with the other Offspring, so he understands Zoe's trepidation. One
of the program's initiators, Gerard Darkwell, wants to control all of the Offspring. Those he can't control, he will kill. Locating the other Offspring and banding together may be their only chance to survive, but telling friend from foe is proving hazardous. (AVON, Oct., 363 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: AVON

Published: October 2009

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