OUT OF MIND
The second book in Cameron's new series has the usual strengths -- steamy sensuality and its fair share of funny and blood-chilling moments -- but certain aspects are somewhat bizarre. Not a bad thing, necessarily, but maybe not for everyone.
Refusing to acknowledge her psychic gifts -- and those of her family -- has given Willow Millet at least the illusion of normalcy for years. Now clients of her concierge business are dying, and Willow's proximity to them has made her a person of interest. Help comes from an unexpected source.
Club owner Ben Fortune has been out of Willow's life for some time, but he's back, focused on finding out what's going on and claiming her as his mate. Willow has always loved Ben, but she's not giving in without a fight. (MIRA, Apr., 400 pp., $7.99)