Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Illegal Fortunes

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If she was such a good fortune-teller, she should've seen it coming. But part-time Tarot-reader Selena Moon is as surprised as anyone when Jim Bishop, the bad boy she left behind, returns from who-knows-where to reclaim the one girl he could never forget. Torn between her new life down South and family obligations up North, Selena has no time for love, romance, or any other complication. And who can blame her? The first guy to claim her heart, along with her innocence, spoiled her for the safer, easier guys who came after. 

Armed, dangerous, and still smarting from Selena's teary rejection years earlier, Bishop vowed never to return to the city of his youth, where he excelled at two things – inviting trouble and making a mess of things, particularly his relationship with the only girl he ever loved. She's fearful of repeating the past. He's never been afraid of anything – until now. Because with murder and mayhem surrounding Selena, fate, along with an unwelcome rival, might steal her away before he finally has the chance to win her back for now and always. 


I got a bit of Bishop in "Unbelonging" and he was a jerk. I can't say he is any better at the beginning of this book but by the end he redeems himself. Selena may be from Michigan but she is not a fan of the winters. For this reason she splits her time between Michigan and Alabama where it's warm. She hasn't seen her first and only love, Bishop in years, not since she left after he altered her future and backed her into a corner.  Now he's back in their hometown but why? Selena doesn't have time to figure out what Bishop is up too she has a crisis on her hands and work piling up. Folks are getting murdered all around her and she is determined to find out who is behind it all. Things get dangerous and in the middle of it Bishop is there by her side even if she pushes him away. When the air between  them gets cleared they are finally able to move forward with each other but it's not that easy there's danger out there and it's still a bumpy road to bliss for these two. Some hot sex scenes - nothing detailed or raunchy. Fabulous ending. I would love a book from Bishop's POV.

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