RIDING THE STORM
In this action-packed, inventive tale, each character's strengths and weaknesses are more fantastic than the
next. The various plots and characters ebb and flow together seamlessly, but the unfinished state of the secondary plotline is disappointing. However, Croft redefines sizzle and spark with weather-driven passion, an electrifying first time and a solitary male homosexual encounter.
When his plan to recruit Haley's organization of special-ability operatives goes haywire, T-Remy tries to make quick business of taming his gift and learns the hard way just how dangerous power can be. (Delta, Sep., 352 pp., $13.00)