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    Haunting

    This is the second book in this series. I had the hardest time getting into this book. There is a lot going on in this installment sometimes a little to much. Liv is trying to uncover the truths of the past that her mother was obsessed with. Government conspiracy and cover ups are front and center. Secrets are everywhere. There were times I didn’t like Ridge at all. Everyone wants to exploit Liv’s powers which are growing. We’ll see what happens in the next book.
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    Paranormal Mystery/Thriller/Romance

    Inherent Lies by Alicia Anthony Blood Secrets #2 This is book two in a series and you really should read Inherent Truths before reading this book to have the full context of the story. That said, having just finished book two, I really wish I had book three in hand to begin reading right now because…I want to know the bits that have yet to be told. In book two we find Liv Sullivan in Ireland working with Michael, an Irish cop, to solve cold cases while also spending some time with Ashlyn, the sister she did not grow up with. She is still seeing visions of the dead, has big questions about more than one thing that has and is happening in her life and is missing her love interest from book one, Ridge. Why is she missing him is a mystery in some ways as he disappeared when she needed him most and hasn’t been in touch for months. In addition to Ashlyn and Michael there is Herman, a man that helps her with her paranormal abilities.. When Ridge is made aware that Liv is in danger he heads out to try to make amends and bring her back to the USA to keep her safe. She does head back eventually but whether or not she will remain safe is questionable. We learn more about both Liv and Ridge and a bit more about GenLink and the reason it was set up by the US government and we also learn who might want to cause harm to the program and its assets. What I liked: * Liv: smart, strong, resilient, focused and eager to find out more about the mysteries that surround her. I did think her paranormal abilities must have been involved in her falling so hard for Ridge in that she could “feel” his intention in spite of his behavior. * Ridge: When he was open and honest…but that was rare. I did like that he loves Liv but his way of showing it was iffy more often than not. * The writing * The twists and turns * The not knowing for sure who was good and who was bad * Finding out more about GenLink * The supporting characters * The writing What I wanted to know more about: * The “father” or priest met in the beginning that Liv picked up negative vibes from * O’Malley’s backstory * The other assets * Why Ridge was so “by the book” and willing to believe his boss over the woman he professed to love * The Irish contingent (perhaps Ashlyn will get a book?) What I did not like: * The evil-doers and their nefarious actions – wicked indeed * Having to wait to find out how this will all be resolved Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in the series? Yes Thank you to the author who bequeathed me an ARC to read and review – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars
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