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Book Reviews of Always Look Twice (Silhouette Bombshell, No 27)

Always Look Twice (Silhouette Bombshell, No 27)
Always Look Twice - Silhouette Bombshell, No 27
Author: Sheri WhiteFeather
ISBN-13: 9780373513413
ISBN-10: 0373513410
Publication Date: 1/2005
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Always Look Twice (Silhouette Bombshell, No 27) on + 24 more book reviews
An okay entry in the Bombshell series, with some bits that definitely weren't my cup of tea. Great premise, but the text doesn't really deliver.
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Good sex,Witch's,Bad witch's,shape shifter's ghost,Good story.
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Lots of hot sex, with kinky handcuffs and oral sex. That was a turn-off...lol...but I did like the story line. It was quite scary!!!
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FBI Special Agent Ian West is nasty with an attitude towards Native American psychic Olivia Whirlwind as he makes it obvious he does not like working with a clairvoyant. Olivia is a bit shook by his position because he believes in the supernatural. Still the Los Angeles police want her help as she has successfully helped them in the past; this time the culprit is a serial killer murdering Native American females that she feels has paranormal powers.

Following their initial confrontation, Olivia drives home only to be pulled to the motel room that her father committed suicide in ten years ago; to her shock, Ian has this room. Neither understands what is drawing them together except that they cannot ignore their deep feelings for one another. While she worries about the safety of her sister, Ian worries that Olivia is the profile of the victim even as they fall in love and the crime evidence mounts that the killer is more than human.

Though the killer comes out of nowhere (no mystical pun intended), fans will fully appreciate this powerful paranormal police procedural romance starring two wonderful protagonists and a strong support cast; in fact sister Allie needs her tale soonest. The suspense builds up on the two levels: the not so mundane investigation and the strange but cleverly developed spiritual. Sheri Whitefeather provides a fantastic merging of the two sub-genres, which will send the audience (including moi) seeking her previous Harlequin novels.

Harriet Klausner
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