Inspector Andie Darling is hoping to
prove Logan Sinclair is a fake and move up in the ranks of
the police department. Logan is known around the world as a
clairvoyant, but what is not reported is how he defrauds
women of some of their earthly goods. She goes undercover
to catch the thief, but gets more than she bargained for.
Logan Sinclair traveled from Scotland
to take care of some business. Meeting Andie wasn’t in his
plans. He keeps to himself, but Andie captures his
attention. Sure he can shake her out of his system, he does
everything he can to put her off, but instead he finds
himself needing her.
Andie finds herself wanting to believe
in Logan, but then she finds herself getting blackmailed –
bring down Logan, or else. Add in her eerily realistic
“dreams” of a woman who died 100 years ago, and Andie
doesn’t know where to turn.
Killer Charms is a
well-layered story, with suspense, drama and romance. The
characters are fully three-dimensional, with complicated
emotions and reasons for everything they do. The love story
is believable and handled with finesse.
Killer Charms has is part of the Darling
Detective stories, and I can’t wait to find the others and
read them as quickly as I read this one.