A Stranger’s Touch
Published By: Avon
Book Category: Fiction, Romance
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Reviewed by Shawn Remfrey
After meeting Tempest in the first book, At The Edge, we’ve come to expect what she is like. Honestly, we get a whole different view of her in this book. It all begins with her playing a cat burglar–and gets more and more intense. Marcus, a one night stand, has set up an intricate plot to get Tempest to help him figure out who killed his parents years ago. Once Tempest begins delving into everyone’s background and asking questions, strange accidents start happening. A past that everyone would like left behind, except for Marcus, begins to surface and no one is happy about it.
In the meantime Tempest has to come to terms with her own past and what it may mean for her future.
In the background we have the mystery still running of who’s trying to harm the Aisling triplets. In the first book, someone attacks Claire. In this book, Tempest is the one on the receiving end of the attacks. All three of them, along with their mother, Greer, are trying their best to figure out who or what is after them. We also get to learn more history of the Aisling ancestors and exactly what the wolf’s head brooch means.
This is the second book in the Aisling triplets series, and I was as riveted as I was with the first. At first I was a tad disappointed because I was looking for the Tempest I fell in love with in the first book, but she soon resurfaced
and her fiery spirit had me shooting through pages. The best part of this book for me was that I could not figure out who was responsible for the murders! There are so many plausible parties responsible, that it’s really tough to determine ahead of time what the ending will be.
Thankfully the third book will be coming out in October 2008, because I have to know what happens next! The third book will be featuring Leona, the eldest.
Armchair Interviews agrees.
Author’s Web site: http://www.CaitLondon.com