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  • Posted January 20, 2011

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    Burning Darkness is an exciting paranormal thriller

    Using his pyrotechnical mental skills, Offspring Eric Aruda killed two CIA agents using a thought to set them on fire and shot another. Trained government assassin Fonda Raine is assigned to kill Eric. Using her projection skill she manages to get close to him, but finds committing the act difficult because he is not the cold blooded killer she expected and murder in cold blood is not an easy task for most people.

    Making matters more complicated is when someone with more firepower than all of the Offspring surfaces as a killing machine. As they team up to end this predator, Fonda also realizes all she thought she knew about the Offspring is questionable as he is nothing like the dangerous psychopath she thought although dangerous fits. Still a killer stalks the Offspring and seems to have high level government support.

    The fourth Offspring romantic urban fantasy (see A Touch of Darkness, A Perfect Darkness and Out of the Darkness) is loaded with dangerous action starring two seemingly enemies falling in love. Part of the fun comes from the heroine's projection skill that initially has Aruda wondering if he suffers hallucinations from the beautiful vision that comes and goes in a blink. However, the keys to this great entry are that the overarching theme moves forward and stunning depth is added to the Rush realm. Burning Darkness is an exciting thriller.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted January 30, 2011

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    An addictive Addition to the already spectacular Offspring series.

    Once again, Jaime Rush delivers an action packed, well written, and extraordinary novel. Like the rest of the series, this will keep you intrigued, addicted, and on the edge of your seat. If you like paranormal romance you'll surely love this book. I love the Offspring series and I highly recommend it to all.

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