Fletcher Lane wants to protect people. It was why he became a deputy. A month ago, it was why he killed a vampire who kidnapped one of his friends. Now, that death has started a cascade effect that’s tearing his life apart, leaving him possessed by magic that whispers to him in ancient Gothic.
While he’s already fighting for control of his own mind, he has to hold it together when strangers come into town looking for the dead vampire. They say they’re bounty hunters, but Fletcher knows that’s a lie. They’re the same kind of murderers who killed Fletcher’s mother. When one of them puts up a kind front, Fletcher knows that people who hunt the supernatural can’t be trusted. However nice Conner Mason seems, the worst thing Fletcher could do is fall for his act.
Sandra on My Fiction Nook wrote:
What I love about this series is it is slow building; the foundation for each couple is set in this first trilogy. Though they are quick to fall for one another, they don’t rush the relationship and the romance isn’t fully explored, as the characters’ focus is usually split by something else happening. The mystery and suspense tend to take the front seat as more clues are dropped and a bigger picture is being formed.
Dan on Love Bytes wrote:
As the story unfolds, we watch Fletcher struggle to control his own magic as well as the uninvited magic he now carries, trying to focus and center himself so the uninvited guest doesn't wipe out who Fletcher is. We get to watch Fletcher come into his own, with a little help, and finding his way to become who he was meant to be.
I highly recommend the book, but you must read them in order, so if you haven’t gotten started now is a good time. I’ve been reading them with my Kindle Unlimited account. Either way, pick them up. I’m sure you won’t be sorry.
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