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Again a story from the Eclipse series that isn't really all that paranormal. Theres a suggestion of ghost but it's not really all that central to the story and you could have easily eliminated it and still had a solid story going on. For me a paranormal story needs to have the paranormal as a central plot point and cold spots and shadows being seen flitting around in an old mansion don't really cut it.

PI Teri Johnson is trying to find her nephew, she knows he's in danger but she can't really reveal her part in the situation. She has to complete her mission but one of her ways into the refuge where her nephew and his step-mother was last seen is through contractor R J Monroe. Things get more complicated when she falls for RJ, but can she trust him?

Yeah it's pretty predictable and it is a fun read but it really didn't fill what I need from a paranormal romance. I think it would have scored higher if the author had abandoned the paranormal and just written this as a straight mystery. It kept me wondering what would happen next with the mystery and there were moments where I worried for some of the secondary characters. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Aug 20, 2008 |
{back cover} A Child in Jeopardy
It wasn't every day that P.I. Teri Johnson pulled a gun on a man in his own home, but she was desperate. Her sister was in a coma and her missing nephew was in grave danger. She had to find the little boy before he was lost forever - and contractor R.J. Monroe would help her, even if it meant keeping her eyes and gun trained on him at all times. When their search led them to an eerie mansion with too many secrets, Teri wondered if she was in over her head. Even with R.J. at her side, she still didn't like things that go bump in the night. But Teri would complete her mission at all costs - even at the risk of losing her heart...
  TwilightBlue | Jun 27, 2006 |
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It wasn't every day that P.I. Teri Johnson pulled a gun on a man in his own home, but she was desperate. Her sister was in a coma and her missing nephew was in grave danger. She had to find the little boy before he was lost forever—and contractor R. J. Monroe would help her, even if it meant keeping her eyes and gun trained on him at all times.

When their search led them to an eerie mansion with too many secrets, Teri wondered if she was in over her head. Even with R.J. at her side, she still didn't like things that go bump in the night. But Teri would complete her mission at all costs—even at the risk of losing her heart....
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