Image of The Taking (Seven Deadly Sins, Book 3)


Image of The Taking (Seven Deadly Sins, Book 3)

McCarthy is one of the most versatile writers on the scene. From race cars to voodoo, she knows how to set a scene and evoke every emotion. She creates intriguing and compelling characters, regardless of the subgenre, and makes you care. Her latest is a spooky and engaging tale. McCarthy is an author
to collect.

Regan Henry finally decides to leave her husband the same night she meets voodoo priest Felix Leblanc. She moves into her dream home, only to find that it's haunted. Drawn to Felix and the answers he seems to have about her ghost, she calls on him to help her. As Regan is pulled deeper into Felix's world and his heart, she learns of the dangers surrounding her and must decide whether he's worth risking her life for.

Felix sold his soul to the devil and has been paying the price ever since. Having given up on redemption, he stumbles into love with the one woman he must stay away from. To be with Regan most certainly means an eternity of torture. Will Felix sacrifice himself to save the one woman he's ever loved? (BERKLEY SENSATION, Jan., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed by: 
Annette Elton