Publisher: Changeling Press
Date published: May 4, 2012
Reviewed by Helen
Obtained via Publisher
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE! Rilee Winter is a cop and a wolf shifter. She’s pulled off all her current cases and flown from LA to San Francisco to work solely on the theft of the Nightskye diamond. A theft thought to have been committed by her twin sister.
Pierce Brannan is extremely rich. The diamond has been in his family for generations and he wants it back. What Pierce wants he has the power to make sure he gets. The moment he sees Riley he wants her, too. As the book blurb so eloquently explains, “It’s complicated”.
I was a bit doubtful about this book at the start. After all, the evil twin plotline is rather old and tired. But Ms. McCall handles it well, with a few nice deviations from the norm, and a good plot twist at the docks that I really enjoyed.
Pierce and Rilee are very well drawn characters and the reader becomes engaged with them very quickly. Rilee’s sister’s actions are completely believable and her character is nicely handled and is an asset to the story as well.
The story draws the reader in professionally, and is definitely a page turner. There were a couple of truly great scenes in the book. The sex is hot and detailed and adds nicely to the story. The reader understands and appreciates the main characters, their actions and reactions.
There were several nasty grammatical errors and one very annoying plot problem, but overall the story was entertaining and engaging, and I truly enjoyed the ending.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.