Sarah L. (Dawa) reviewed Sex & Sensibility (Harlequin Blaze, No 203) on
From back cover:
Few people take Tessa Nichols seriously. Sure, she has visions and uses tarot cards to make a lot of her decisions, but so far they haven't steered her wrong. When she has a vision of a young woman tied to a bed, Tessa's not sure what to think...until she finds out the girl is missing.
Sensible former cop Griffin Knox has never been one for psychics. Cold, hard facts are what he relies on. And working with Tessa is the furthest thing from normal. He doesn't want to believe what she's telling him, but when she describes every spicy red-hot vision she has to him, separating fantasy from reality becomes harder and harder. But who said sex and sensibility couldn't get along?
I'm not a Harliquin reader so this really wasn't my type of book. I like longer books where everything isn't rushed (i.e. the plot and the character development).
That said, I enjoyed the mystery of the missing girl and the sparks between Tessa (the psychic) and Griffin (the ex-cop). As you know cops don't believe in the mystical so the forced working relationship between them was rather interesting. All in all a decent well written story.