Natalie Severin has a style all her own.
She writes the stories no one else wants to write, the offbeat
ones. She likes her job. It helps her deal with the scandal
attached to her husbandís death and her brotherís absence.
Running into Ram Montgomery while on the job reminds her that
he is all man. Sexually attractive, dangerous, full of secrets
and is magically able to heal both himself and others. He
makes her want him yet wary at the same time.
Ram Montgomery has power, both physical
and magical. He feels the magic between Natalie and himself.
He canít give Natalie the assurances she so desperately needs.
But he has to try. For them, for himself, he has to try.
Together Natalie and Ram are trying to
stop a ring of animal smugglers. They need to work together to
accomplish their mission. Natalie needs to decide if she can
handle Ramís magic. Can they succeed or will they lose
themselves, to both to the smugglers and to their mutual
From the first page of Phoenix
Unrisen, the reader is drawn into a wonderful tale
suspense and magic. Ms. Nanceís attention to detail while
maintaining a high level of action keeps the reader from
putting down the book. She adds twists at the right intervals
to keep the reader off balance and intrigued. I was left
hoping that Kathleen Nance adds more books to her library
using the well-drawn supporting characters in Phoenix
Unrisen. I Joyfully Recommend this book highly.