Tarot-reading artifact hunter Sara Wilde has had her share of tough assignments, but this one just might take the cake. When her newest client hires her to steal a fertility idol from an Amazonian sex-and-death cult, she finds herself south of the equator and shoulder deep in true believers, while Rio de Janeiro gears up for the closing celebrations of Carnival.
Stealing the idol is one thing, however. Keeping it is another.
The arcane black market has drawn a host of cutthroat operatives and Sara’s now in their sights. In a race across one of the most colorful cities in South America on its most famed night of the year, Sara must navigate cunning enemies, backstabbing allies, a fifty-foot wedding cake float and a new, sensually mysterious contact who may be friend or foe… and whose name she’ll never learn if she doesn’t make it to dawn alive.
No matter what the cards predict, it’s going to be One Wilde Night.
Addictive book with a good story and characters
One Wilde Night
An okay novella. Fuse sex with artifact theft and this is the result.
A great start to great series
This is Sara Wilde's beginning as an artifact locator and protector of children. Sara is connected, meaning she has certain paranormal abilities. Sara reads tarot cards and her connected insight helps her locate like no other. Sara collects the artifacts to make money to protect connected children from dark connecteds who would use the children to increase they own power. In Rio Sara must work against others to find the artifact first. Ancient powers threaten to overwhelm Sara and cutthroat enemies abound. Sara is unsure of the desires of the Immortal Magician, Aramaeus Bertrand...
What a great setup for an excellent series. Once you read this novella you will wondering what happens next to Sara and have to read the next and the next...