Reviews - Paranormal

Botanist Jerica Toussaint is living a humble life in a cottage outside of her ancestral home when she is informed that the famous movie director, Wilton June, would like to rent the home for his new film. The problem is she hasn’t been able to keep anyone in the home for even a short period of time, let alone six months, which is what Wilton needs for the production of his film.

Adysson Townsend has been trying to combat the unusual swimming patterns of the local fish, which she claims is the result of illegal activity of a big fishing company. She makes it her responsibility to protect the locals in the community, but every time the fishing company goes under investigation, all the evidence disappears. However, this isn’t her only dilemma at hand.

Amelie Ricard has been told stories of fairies all her life by her mother, and with the help of her friend, she goes to college. Now Amelie Ricard has a master’s degree in folklore, and when her thesis is rejected for a prestige fellowship in favor of a male colleague, she feels she has no purpose in life.

Nora Zvezda, a historian for The Chicago Field Museum, is hoping her work on the new Eterian weapons exhibit will be her promotion ticket. She enlists help from handsome professor Adam Scott, an expert in ancient languages. Imagine her surprise when she discovers he’s a powerful sorcerer in an ancient secret society called Eteria.

Agent Charlotte awakes tied to the back of a horse. Her Order’s sanctioned and well-planned assassination of the Marquis de Sade has been interrupted, foiled by the Marquis' murder and her kidnapping! Lieutenant Antoine de Valle, man on a mission that has him deemed an "outlaw", he has no time for the beautiful, exasperating woman he inadvertently "rescued" from Sade's clutches.

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