FBI agent and psychic, Brianna Reece, descends from an ancient and powerful bloodline of witches, only she doesn’t know it. But now that legacy has come back to bite her—literally.
In the shadows of night in Denver Colorado, a serial killer is hunting women, and FBI agent Brianna Reece is hunting the killer. Unlike any case she’s worked before, Brianna can’t ignore the prickling at the back of her neck when she glimpses the resemblance she shares with the victims. The investigation begins to touch even closer to home when it is revealed that all of the victims were also psychic. Complicating matters further, Brianna is captivated by the FBI’s prime suspect Nathan Donovan. Though she senses he is hiding something from her, the attraction she feels for him is compelling, and unlike anything she’s ever experienced. Through a chance twist of fate, Nathan learns of Brianna’s ancestry and is forced to divulge secrets to Brianna that will change her life forever.
When she learns that the killer is an evil vampire, and he’s now set his sights on her, Nathan alone holds the key to awakening her dormant powers. Now he must race to teach her how to control her emergent gifts before she becomes the next victim.
(Excerpt from Barnes & Noble)
I’ll be frank here, any girl that can send a guy on his ass with a shiner to boot is all right in my books! I love me some kick-ass girl action. I love a girl that can stand toe-to-toe with the sexy and smoldering male lead and tell him exactly where he can stuff it. I was hooked within the first couple of pages. By the time I hit the tenth page, I was paper and the book was glue; I couldn’t put it down. The plot was so unique. The build up was intense. I had no doubt in my mind that it all was possible, that it could happen to anyone! Throw tall, dark and gorgeous in the form of Nathan Donovan into the mix… wow, you’ve got trouble with a capital T. That boy needs to come with a sign: Beware! Too Hot To Handle. Would I change anything? Maybe the POV (point of view) from first person to perhaps third person, omniscient or objective. But was it a big deal? Hell no! Ms. Lupton bright every word to life and I eagerly look forward to more from her in the future.