Reviews - Suspense/Thriller

PARANORMAL: The Black Death should have destroyed humanity. Instead, the fey races across the Veil into the human world and saved them. Now hundreds of years later, something new is attacking the fey, an iron drug that poisons and kills in a new way.

Jeremiah “Jim” Borden, a troubled parole officer with a decorated past, cannot seem to catch a break - until Calista Barlow, a strong waitress who he’s had flirtatious encounters with for months comes knocking at his door, determined to finally take the first step.

Sam Mackenzie, Delta Force Operator, has been cleared for duty. While awaiting his next assignment, a new mission comes up, protecting the Secretary of State’s daughter, Emily Montaigne. Emily is unaware that her life is in danger. From the very start of this new operation, Emily and Sam are on the run from those who want to take and hurt Emily.

Linguist Andrea Davis finds the body of her Professor, and it doesn’t make sense. The murder is replicated exactly like an ancient tale, and there is a note pinned to the body written in Old English. When she sees the Detective in charge, she is shocked as it’s the same man she stood up. Detective Brady Lancaster is drawn to Andrea, despite what she did.

Warning: Rape scene could potentially trigger readers.

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