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by Shiloh Walker
Released: March 11, 2014
Series: The FBI Psychics #4.5
Published by Samhain Publishing
“THE INNOCENT grabbed my attention from the very beginning!” ~Under the Covers
Another chilling installment in the FBI Psychics series. This time, the supernatural element didn’t come into play until the very end. Even though it was a underlying idea.
I actually loved that our hero and heroine had met online. They’d carried on a virtual relationship for over a year, even got up to some Skype and phone sexy time. The main reason why our heroine wasn’t jumping on the physical bandwagon and running to meet him? Her psychic power. She can’t touch others without risking hearing their thoughts and seeing other events unfold. Which in the end leaves her drained, and is the reason why at her age she’s still a virgin.
But Jay makes the decision to visit Hell, Georgia and remedy this. Only she comes to find Linc, the Sheriff (or ex-Sheriff) she’s been corresponding with in a ton of trouble that he won’t be able to dig out of on his own. The town has had a series of mysterious disappearances, amongst which was his own teenage daughter. And he won’t have time in his life for anything until he finds her.
Short but entertaining. THE INNOCENT grabbed my attention from the very beginning! I can’t wait to see what Ms. Walker has in store for us next in this series.
*ARC provided by publisher
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