is on the run from her domineering family when her car
breaks down in the middle of nowhere. She goes for help at
a local pub and meets Kameron Conroy. The couple is
attacked by an enemy werewolf and spend the evening
together. Lexi is forced to flee again without saying
goodbye, leaving Kameron behind, struggling with his
later, Lexi and Kameron meet again at a wedding, tumbling
into yet another passionate encounter. This time Lexi is
working as the town librarian while the past stalks her.
Kameron is injured while defending Lexi, leaving him trapped
inside his own mind. It will take Lexiís love and the
packís combined efforts to save his life.
Tartan Mind is a truckload of revelations,
intrigue and dark secrets. This fourth installment offered
more info about the Scottish werewolves and Altairís (Iainís
father) pack. The emotional intensity and heat factor
matches Tartan Surprise, but thereís more of a
sinister presence. The narrative rings gothic; shadows from
Lexi and Kameronís pasts haunt them like vengeful ghosts.
For me, it lends a starkness to the plot that dramatically
shifts the reader away from the more humorous overtones
(Katherine and Iainís constant love play) to the corruption
Lexi and Kameron have been exposed to. It will be very
interesting to see where Ms. Illyria takes the series next
because in Tartan Mind, there are certainly
strong elements of suspense and danger flavoring the story.