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  • Awesome read,has something for everyone !!

    I was gifted an ARC of this book,I have to say I loved it,a great storyline,wonderful characters,it has mystery,adventure,humor,and romance.If you like stories with things that go bump in the night,you will enjoy this book,it has something for everyone..... This story takes you into the past to give insight in what comes to pass in the present.In this book,you will meet Raye Larsen,she lives in New Bergin,Wisconsin,adopted as a child,she feels she doesn't really fit in,she is a Kindergarten teacher that see's ghosts,and comes across one on her walk to the school she feels she needs to help,and she finds out she is able to help them cross over,only after she discovers how they died..Enter sexy Homicide Detective Bobby Doucet from New Orleans,he is on the hunt for a serial killer and feels that the ghost of the victim Raye is trying to help are connected to his serial killer.Bobby is learning to deal with past tragedies in his life,will Raye be able to help him ? I don't like to do spoilers,so I will stop here,I want the reader to read this story,and let their imaginations soar..And if you loved Lori's Night Creature novels,you're in for a treat with this new series.

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  • Fantastic first in a series!!!

    Have you ever been so excited after reading a book that you want to jump up and fist pump the air? Yes! That's how I felt after reading this book. Lori Handeland has done it again! Amazing beginning to a fantastic new series about a witch that didn't know she was a witch until witchhunters started trying to kill her. In this fantastic story, Raye Larsen finds out a whole lot of things she never knew about herself because she was adopted. She'd been abandoned, in a ditch, on the side of the road as an infant. At least that's what had appeared to have happened. After secrets she didn't even know about were revealed, her life finally starts to make sense. Will the sexy police detective from NOLA be able to deal with it all or will he run fast and far from all the woo woo stuff happening in this little Scandinavian town in Wisconsin? I highly recommend this awesome book/series to anyone who loves a good paranormal mystery romance. There's also a totally unexpected but welcome surprise, towards the end of the book, for all of us loyal fans of this extremely talented author. If you have never read any of this authors previous paranormal books, have no fear, it will all still make sense to you. I loved reading this book and I am super excited to read the next one. Received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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  • In the Air Tonight

    Homicide detective, Bobby Doucet has tracked a serial killer to Wisconsin where he meets Raye Larsen but the more involved in the case they become the more Bobby realizes Raye has secrets…secrets that could destroy them all in this thrilling paranormal romance. Having to keep her abilities secret keeps Raye from revealing things to the detective investigating the murder and the reader can’t help but get caught up in this intriguing romance as the closer Raye gets to Bobby, the harder it gets to keep those secrets especially when she learns of the connection to her past. These strong compelling characters bewitch readers from the very beginning and the fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers shivering in expectation with lots of suspense, excitement and romance while Bobby and Raye’s haunting pasts adds lots of depth to the story with emotional turmoil that grips the heart. The suspense and expectation steadily builds throughout the story keeping readers on the edge of their seats while unexpected twists and surprises keep them guessing. The well written scenes and details bring the chilling suspense and the captivating characters to life while the well-orchestrated events ensure that the reader can’t put the book down until they have read every last word with several ghosts and dark magic adding lots of chills and interest to the story as well. I love Lori Handeland’s Nightcreature novels, so I was very excited to find that she had written a new series and I have to say that I am not disappointed in fact I would say I am very thrilled to find that not only was I completely enthralled with the book, the characters and the intriguing plot, I found that I still get to hear from some of the characters from the Nightcreature novels. Don’t worry, if you haven’t read them, that won’t affect your enjoyment of the Sisters of the Craft series, it’s just a bonus for those that have read them.

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  • Outstanding tale!

    "Religion as a human phenomenon is as riddled through with potential for both good and evil as any other phenomenon." -- Richard John Neuhaus "The evil that is in the world almost always comes of ignorance, and good intentions may do as much harm as malevolence if they lack understanding." -- Albert Camus Ignorance. Illiteracy. Hubris and insecurity, mad obsession. "Once upon a time, long ago, in the bad, ignorant, evil times of King James and his Danish queen, there was a great storm. James, an ignorant, religious fool, thought to himself, “Such a storm can only have been caused by witchcraft!” And in his ignorance and fear, he called to himself Roland McHugh, witch hunter, who he placed in charge of a secret society, known as Venatores Mali – Hunters of Evil. And from those savage beginnings there began an age of slaughter, of blood and death of innocents such as hearkened to war. And Roland McHugh spread his evil across Europe, spraying blood and hatred in his path. . . Roland McHugh – who, "according to his Wikipedia entry, “had burned more witches than anyone in history.”" Ignorance. It was, of course, a filthy, superstitious time – a time when the Christian church was doing its best to wipe out any other religion, subsuming beliefs, co opting holidays and celebrations, changing peaceful pagan ritual instruments into Christian tools of torture. And what better victims than those who healed the sick, assisted the elderly and weak, assisted in the birth of children, and stayed by the dying on their way to wherever souls travel? Who worshiped outside, under the stars and moon, often led by women, instead of in a cathedral, led by men – men who wanted to control everything from medicine to beliefs to (most importantly) wealth? What else to do but declare them evil? But even now, the Venatores Mali have returned, slashing a path of fire and slaughter in their wake. The slaughter of Wiccans. Wiccans – whose one main belief, one true calling and law, is Do No Harm. The murders are horrific, murders of men, women, children. All slaughtered, all burned to some degree. Horrific actions, all carried out in the name of McHugh. Of the Vanatores Mali. Of a god who I would hope would shudder and turn her head away from what is being carried out in her name. But who must, certainly, no longer care, or no longer even watch. Why else such a nightmare of a world? Raye Larsen is the very definition of a foundling. She was found tossed on the side of a highway, no clothing, no blanket – simply a tiny infant, left beside the road to die. Adopted by the Larsen’s, a good New Bergin, Wisconsin family, Raye never knew who left her by the side of the road. She never knew why she saw ghosts. She did, however, know that her ‘father’ told her ‘mother’ one night, after Raye had once again been caught talking to someone who wasn’t visible, “Take her to a psychiatrist?” my father repeated. “I was thinking of taking her back.” Talk about feelings of inadequacy, of fear, and loneliness, of an incessant need to please. “If I wasn’t “right” I could be returned like a broken chair or a moldy loaf of bread.” What a terrible way to live, always fearful that the only family you have ever known could throw you away like trash. So, she stopped, as best she could, interacting with ghosts. But now, someone is trying to kill Raye. Someone who has already killed one woman in New Bergin. In fact, they have tried to kill her twice. And when a New Orleans detective, Bobby Doucet, shows up in New Bergin to verify a strange brand on the neck of the first victim, to verify that the serial killer who struck New Orleans a year ago is now killing again, far to the North of NOLA, the deaths fall hard and fast. There are things Raye knows – things she can’t tell Bobby. Bobby, who thinks anyone who is determined that, “The dead don’t come back… Anyone who says so is a liar. Probably a thief and a charlatan too.” And as things become more and more tense, more dangerous, Bobby Doucet’s prejudice may just be the death of both of them. Bobby’s pure, pigheaded stubbornness was the only thing about the book that really irritated me. As you get into the book you realize what caused his disbelief, and you can’t help but hurt for him. But when you get hit over the head several times and still don’t understand that someone is standing behind you hitting you on the head with a 2”x4”, well, I still stayed irritated at him. Honestly, I adored this book. I did it in one sitting (yes, it flippin’ rained again today – downpour, lightning, thunder, the whole nine yards. Oregon wasn’t this wet.) and finished at 2AM. They are all three up on Amazon (three sisters, three stories – though no one knows where the youngest sister ‘landed’ as of this book.) I love it. Raye is believable in her reactions to everything, the ghosts are awesome, and the Evil just that – believably evil. I received this book from the publisher in exchange for a realistic review.

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  • Another Great book by Lori Handeland

    WoW! Great Book! Something for everyone--all in one book. A little historical, a lot contemporary. Witchcraft--good & bad, ghosts, good girls & good guys and really Bad Guys. Scenic places & a lot of lovin'. Lori Handeland has done it again. "In The Air Tonight" is the 1st of 3 novels "Sisters of the Craft". It can be read as a stand alone, but I can't wait for #2 & #3!

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