This book was recommended to me by a girl at work who compared Adair to Kay Hooper, Iris Johannson, Nore Robert and Linda Howard---all Queens of Romantic Suspense.
Okay, we have a broodingly handsome hero with magical powers. His idea of working out is leaping around with a forty-pound sword and trying to take his best friend's head off. He works for the Paranormal division of some super-secret anti-terrorist group. He can send himself anywhere in the blink of an eye, make himself invisible, and mind-control people---as well as work spells. Oh, but wait---one thing he can not do is steal the super-secret info from the mind of the young and beautiful scientist (she was in Popular Scientist as the most brilliant mind ever when she was 16) unless she is having a climax! Well, of course for some reason she is able to resist his mind control when he tries to have sex with her, so he kidnaps her to his Scottish castle (which is really in Montana and which he moved from Scotland stone by stone by mind transportation) and they start the "sex dance" thing. Except---oh, did we forget to mention that he lives under a 400 year old curse that any woman he falls in love with will die?
Oh, puleeze! The shame of it is, this is a really well written book except for the ridiculous premise. I would NOT compare this writer to Roberts, Hooper, Howard, or Johannson.
Good story -- keeps you guessing. This is the first booy by Adair that I've read and I plan to read the rest of the books in this triology.
A good suspensful, fun read.
Book 1 of 3 - Very good book!! Needs to be read in order though.
Wow, this is a great series. All three books are terrific, each about a different brother and their wizardry, fighting to save their heroines. Highly recommended!