And then, there was one…
Jack is happy to see his two older brothers mated and settled in Grizzly Cove, but he’s definitely the odd man out—the lone bachelor of their tight-knit family. He takes a job and a mission to track down the problems at a paper plant in Pennsylvania. There’s magic afoot there, and Jack’s special sensitivity to the dark arts will help him crack the case where others have failed.
She’s a practical girl…
Kiki is trying to adjust to her new job, but when she stumbles on something that sets her senses tingling in warning, she doesn’t know where to turn…or, who to trust. Her down-home upbringing in the traditions of the farm folk of the area, she knows simple ways to protect herself from evil, but will it be enough?
Together, can they shine a light against the darkness?
The new guy from corporate is altogether too handsome for Kiki’s peace of mind, and he actually seems interested in her. Dare she trust him? Jack isn’t sure about anyone at the plant, but something about Kiki makes him want to believe in her innocence. When her life is put in mortal peril, they will have to work together to end the evil threat and save not only their own lives, but that of nearly every person who works in the plant. Can they do it? Or, will the darkness win and douse their light forevermore?
Bianca D’Arc never disappoints
I have eagerly been waiting for Jacks book.
I had a hard time starting the book and purely think it was me.
I had been reading another series-historical romance. So my mind had to change gears.
Because when I went back to it I did not stop reading.
I fell in love with Kiki. So unassuming but then she grows and expands as a character that I loved.
Jack was more complex of a character than I had thought him to be. I really wish he really existed.
Now to wait for the next treat, umm , book.