This is a nice finale to this trilogy, which places the main focus on the relationship and romance between the heroine and hero. It is unfortunate that the heroine has no friends to stand by her and believe her in her time of need. A disappointing picture of Christian charity is presented and the generalization of women is regrettably narrow-minded.

Hospice nurse Erin Shanley has lived next door to Tyler Shaw for all of her 28 years. Now Ty is a detective, and Erin’s 12-year-old twin sisters, who she cares for after their mother’s death, spend a lot of time visiting him. Erin also enjoys time with him, but won’t let it go any further than friendship. It almost did, until ugly rumors and secrets came between them. Their peaceful routine is soon upset when one of the twins begins to assert her individuality, and proclaimed psychics move in next door. Erin has bad feelings about them, feelings Ty has learned not to ignore. (WHISKEY CREEK, Jun., 370 pp., $16.95)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley