Friday, February 17, 2012

Review of "Visions" by Anna James

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If you like short reads filled with passion and intrigue, this novella by Anna James might be right up your alley.

The story begins when Prudence (Pru) Bailey arrives in Salem, Massachusetts to acquire the house her parents owned when she was born. The relative who raised her admitted that both her parents both met their untimely demise at the hands of her father in an apparent murder/suicide. Though too little to remember the events of that tragic night, immediately after moving in, she's haunted by visions of what really happened, though the killer's identity remains a mystery.

Detective Matt Cavanaugh remembered how scared Pru was as a little girl back then, and is intrigued by her visions. He's determined to find the truth and dispel the rumors of hauntings and madness surrounding the house. He's a sexy, protective guy and provides good hero material.

Pru and Matt share an instant attraction, which leads to some pretty hot (though not overly-graphic) love scenes. Pru's visions are vivid and interesting, and the story culminates with a nice, and unexpected, twist.

On the downside, Pru and Matt's relationship felt rushed, and a little bit of expansion on that aspect would have given it more impact for me. However, for quick read with a paranormal, sexy slant, it was worth it.

I'd recommend this story for adults who enjoy a short, hot, tale of murder and mayhem. But don't take my word for it. Grab your own copy today!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much Mysti. I'm so glad you liked the book.



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