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For Her Eyes Only

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2008

    an engaging tale

    One of the Aisling triplets Leona hates having psychic abilities unlike her siblings. However, making matters worse she knows a psychopathic psychic seeking vengeance against her family has targeted her as the weakest link because she loathes using her skill and has failed to best her two sisters (see A STRANGER¿S TOUCH and AT THE EDGE).-------------- Owen Shaw pleads with Leona to help him rescue his disturbed sister caught by a dangerous psychic vampire. Reluctantly she agrees to assist him in rescuing her. As Leona and Owen fall in love, they must use their feelings as a team if they are to stop the maniac stalking her and save his sibling.-------------- The third Aisling triplets¿ urban romantic fantasy is an engaging tale though there is a lot of repetition that slows down the pace of the plot. Owen and Leona is a fun pairing as he needs her skills, but she detests using her talent. Although not as strong as the previous entries, fans will enjoy this final tale of the three sisters whose love for each other bonds them on the moral and paranormal planes.------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2008

    Great book. Great series!

    Cait London¿s last book in her psychic triplet trilogy, featuring the Ailing family, did not disappoint me. The last book in the series featured Leona, the oldest and most powerful of the triplets. The three women are slightly eccentric, which makes them even more interesting. Claire was an empathe, Tempest could ¿read¿ the history of items, merely by touch and Leona inherited forward sight into the future as well as some her sisters¿ talents. Another interesting aspect of the sisters is their artistic talent. The descriptions of the artistry of Claire¿s bags and Tempest¿s Jewelry, is nothing short of inspirational for another artist. I actually got on line and looked to see if I could find anything like what was described in the book. I predict her books will stir more interest in Celtic artwork and one-of-a-kind beaded bags. Things I liked about the series were the women¿s ability to connect with their ¿protectors¿ through their psychic powers emotionally and sexually O-o-o, do I envy them if only it were possible in real life. I also liked her latest hero Owen, a man with his own ¿powers¿. A stranger¿s touch is not just a copy of the first two. Although Owen has the Viking blood, he also is a descendant of a Native American shaman, making him even more powerful than his fellow ¿protectors¿. And at last¿we get to meet the evil psychic vampire, who feeds off of the fear of others. The conflict is refreshingly different in this series than in many romance novels. Although there is some conflict initially between the hero and heroine, the suspense in the book between the sisters and the evil curse who¿s force is haunting them, provides plenty of conflict, enabling the women to join with their protectors as powerful duos. I get so tired of the back and forth in so many novels with their ¿he loves me, he loves me not, he pisses me off¿ same-o, same-o stuff. This didn¿t do that and the men were powerful enough to protect, but knew when to back off, which in a way made them even more compelling in my estimation. Where are these men anyway? Great novel. Great series!

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