Silken Shadows

1/06/2008 08:08:00 PM / Posted by Kris /

Well, back to school on Monday. Don't know if I am looking forward to it or dreading it. But I got some good reading done over the break. I have started reading the infamous North and South video. I am halfway through and enjoying it alot. For a while I had it stuck in my head that it was a redo of the North and South with Patrick Swayze. I was so confused because I knew it was a BBC movie and made in England. But now I am better informed. ;) Well I am off to get a little sleep before I head back to school.

Silken Shadows (Berkley Sensation)Silken Shadows (3rd in trilogy) by Jennifer St. Giles

When Gemini Andrews laid eyes on Captain Deverell Jansen, she didn’t need her psychic abilities to know that he would soon be hers. It was just a matter of convincing him. So when Gemini learns of his voyage to Northrope in search of a vicious killer whose victims are left strewn among the Druid Stones, she hatches a plan. Knowing she can help—and with hopes of growing closer to Dev—she stows away on his ship…

Dev is shocked to discover Gemini, knowing what this kind of stunt could do to her reputation. Yet after learning of her powers, he realizes he does need her, in more ways than one. These murders could be the work of notorious killer Jack Poole—but from beyond the grave? Together they are thrust into the realm of the supernatural, and Dev must trust in the love that Gemini is so certain of—or else there’s no hope of withstanding the strength of a killer’s thirst…

This is the third in a trilogy, the other two are Midnight Secrets and Darkest Dreams. I am almost positive that I have read Midnight Secrets (I know I checked it out from the library but am not positive that I actually read it), but I do know I have not read Darkest Dreams. I would suggest at least reading darkest Dreams before this one because this one is a continuation of a murder investigation from that story. Though she did give sufficient background within the story that it is not imperative, but it would add to the story. This book was good. It did not lose my interest and it was a nice change to historical for me. I do not read that genre often. I enjoy psychic characters as well. I have to go read Darkest Dreams now.

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