Book 3 in Looking Glass Trilogy
Archane Society series #12
Publisher: Piatkus Books
Date published: August 2011
Mass Market Paperback
Reviewed by Tammy
Obtained via Publisher
The final book in the Looking Glass Trilogy from Jayne Castle (aka Jayne Ann Krentz), CANYONS OF NIGHT, is paranormal mystery mixed with romance that Castle/Krentz fans are sure to enjoy.
Charlotte Enright has inherited Looking Glass Antiques from her recently departed aunt and moved home to Rainshadow Island to run it. Slade Attridge has also come home to Rainshadow Island to become the new chief of police after an accident puts his paranormal abilities in question. Charlotte has had a crush on Slade since the time when as a teenager Slade saved her from a gang of drunken trouble. Fifteen years later, they are both back and the attraction is undeniable. It also seems that they have something in common; they both have strong paranormal talents, which will come in handy when danger crops up at a mysterious and forbidden part of the island known as the Preserve and Charlotte and Slade are drawn into the investigation.
Jayne Castle’s latest paranormal mystery/romance is a coming home love story with magic and mystery intertwined throughout. The storyline is intriguing, the romance sweet and the setting has just the right amount of mystery surrounding it to keep readers enthralled. The paranormal aspects of the book add a certain something to both the mystery of the Preserve and the building romance between Charlotte and Slade. The Preserve and its secrets leave even the most cautious questioning.
CANYONS of NIGHT is simply an easy and enjoyable read that will leave readers pondering. For a late summer book release, Jayne Castle’s CANYONS OF NIGHT may just be the book for you.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.