Witchcraft

August 2, 2015 - Comment

A story of mystery and passion from a best–selling romance author – Mystery writer Kimberly Sawyer lives alone and likes it that way. But when she is threatened by a hooded figure, and a blood-red rose with a needle thrust into its heart is left on her doorstep, she knows she needs protection. So it

A story of mystery and passion from a bestselling romance author – Mystery writer Kimberly Sawyer lives alone and likes it that way. But when she is threatened by a hooded figure, and a blood-red rose with a needle thrust into its heart is left on her doorstep, she knows she needs protection. So it seems like perfect timing when Napa Valley vineyard owner Darius Cavenaugh returns to Kimberly’s life, offering help and a place to stay. But how did he know she needed him? Was it the deep, intuitive intimacy of a soulmate . . . or was it witchcraft?

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gdypeab@en.com says:

Early Krentz is breathtakingly romantic – not formulaic! If you’re a fan of Jayne Ann Krentz and have been disappointed in her latest novels, pick up a copy of one of her reissues. First published 13 years ago, Witchcraft epitomizes the romantic strength of JAK’s characters and the slightly offbeat plot complications in which they find themselves embroiled. Kimberly Sawyer, a writer of detective novels with a gutsy female lead, reluctantly gives herself into the protective keeping of vineyard owner Darius Cavenaugh when she receives some…

April M. Love says:

Psychic romance mind candy Questions: Why the needle in the red rose? What happened two month ago? Who is Darius “Dare” Cavanaugh? Are there really witches? How did Kimberly Sawyer get involved? Kim lives alone and she likes it that way. Somehow, living on the Northern California coast, she meets the owner of a Napa Valley winery, that is 150 miles away. We learn of Kim’s wounds while growing up and Dare’s international past in the import-export business. This story started out well, but the…

Ms. Tammy Sudol says:

Disappointing. This is definitely an early work. I was disappointed in this book. The characters start out on an interesting note (Is there some kind of metaphysical element here?) but fizzle down into a flat-line. Although Kim shows strength in her character, she wavers back and forth between accepting and rejecting Darius without really exploring either side (She accepts things too easily and when she does get mad at him, she forgives him so quickly–I don’t think she really knows what’s on her mind). Darius seems to have only one…

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