Trained assassin Cass Rogers always
excelled at her work, but now fate has dealt a hand of
irony. Cass is dying, her heart is giving out and she only
has a few months left.
Cass, however, has figured out a
loophole to her imminent death. If she completes her latest
contract of killing vampire Kirk Raynard then vampire Queen
Isolde will turn Cass. Problem solved. It shouldn’t be too
hard to be a vampire.
The Werewolf Council has issued an
edict to kill werewolf Jaron Dunmore and his pregnant human
lover Leann. They aren’t interested in Kirk, the third
member of the triad. Erick Kragen and Tarn Ladreau have
been sent even though they consider Jaron a friend.
While Cass is scoping out her mark’s
home she discovers two men also checking out the house.
Cass manages to slow them down, but encounters further
problems. All three are there with murder on their minds.
But who gets in the house first and whether they succeed
matters most in the end.
Fast pacing and an adventurous plotline
make She’s the One a thoroughly enjoyable
tale. The characters are intelligent and interesting; they
pull you into the action and their problems as well as the
sexual heat between them. She’s the One is a
welcome addition to a good series, but can easily be read as
a stand alone. For solid entertainment value, She’s
the One is a sure bet.