to the prophecy pronounced upon the Scott brothers, Dennison
Scott has to find the woman to keep him from succumbing to
the darker side of his powers. Without her, he could go
from being a healer to being a killer.
already happily in a committed relationship with Jake. Of
course, it doesnít keep Denn or Jake from lusting after
Raven, the comatose witch and hunter theyíve been taking
care of for weeks.
also be a possibility that Raven is Dennís empathetic mate.
Raven has come up against the Scott brothers in the past.
If she is part of the prophecy will she cooperate? Can
they trust her? And how will Jake feel about sharing his
lover with the woman who may be destined to be with Denn?
Healing continues the story of the Scott brothersí
prophecy. The pace of this installment moves along very
quickly. In some areas things went a bit too fast;
especially, the conflicts that Raven, Jake and Denn face
together. I felt these characters needed more time to
develop and earn trust and forgiveness while working out
resolutions. Still, this didnít seem to lessen the
intensity of the bond between them because their connection
is instantaneous from the start.
I was thrown off guard by a couple of revelations, which is
always nice. The plot, dialogue, and characters are all a
good fit, and if it werenít for the hot sex and explicit
scenes, this series could work well on television the way
Charmed did for years. Leave in the steamy sex and it
would certainly be a hit on HBO. And thatís certainly
enough incentive to check out this series.