"A windswept tale filled with the mystery of paranormal mind-speak."
Reviewed by Kay Quintin
Posted June 16, 2010
Romance Paranormal | Romance Suspense
Amber O'Neill rushes from California to the Donegal Coast
in Ireland after receiving a mental scream from her twin
brother, Parker, who is in danger. Amber enlists the aid of
a former policeman, Kevin Hennessy. Kevin is a recluse
after 14 months of alcoholism following the death of his
infant son and a divorce from his wife. Amber is also a
lost soul recovering from divorce.
Bound together in the search for Parker, Amber and Kevin
discover they are also mentally connected as they rescue
two children from imminent death, while escaping a group of
smugglers. The rush for survival brings the two of them in
sync with their painful pasts as their passion takes
control with mind-blowing sex, as well as the mental
joining. Adventure and suspense rises from the cold depths
of the sea to the sharp edges of the cliffs.
I enjoyed Loucinda McGary's windswept tale filled
with the mystery of paranormal mind-speak between humans
and mammals. Her imagination is astounding and her
characters are unusually exciting. I definitely look
forward to more of her paranormal romance novels.
Parker O'Neill, using a summer hiatus to explore his
familial roots in Ireland, inadvertently witnesses a murder
and finds himself fighting for his life on the rugged coast
of Donegal. Summoning his twin sister through the telepathic
ability they share, she rushes to his rescue.
find him, she must enlist the aid of recovering alcoholic
and former police inspector Kevin Hennessey, who wants
nothing to do with the beautiful America telling him a wild
story about murder and dangerâ€”all of which she has only seen
in her mind.
Each reeling from a painful divorce,
they try to keep their relationship on a strictly platonic
footing; but the wildness of the sea, the magical legend of
a lost selkie prince, and their own desperate efforts to
find and save her missing brother before it's too late bring
them together on levels neither one could ever have
What do you think about this review?
2 comments posted.
Re: A windswept tale filled with the mystery of paranormal mind-speak.
I love the review it wraps everything up what that I adore IRELAND, suspense, and a real thriller. Now I am anxious to read the book and will be heading towards our local library to put in a request for it!
(Susan Lathen 6:18am March 19, 2011)
This will make an excellent read on a cold, rainy evening. Namely anytime in the month of March. The characters sound absolutely fascinating. Two normal people with big life problems who find each other as well as a telepathic bond has got all the makings of success. I will be picking this up at Barnes and Nobel this weekend.
(Angela Bartlett 1:24pm March 19, 2011)
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