by Gwen Hunter
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Bloodstone by Gwen Hunter

An attack at a trade show.

A ransacked hotel room.

An ominous message on her answering machine.

The threats come out of nowhere.

And they cannot be ignored.

Tyler St. Claire has long tried to disregard her family's "gift" of second sight, but when she learns of her older brother David's mysterious abduction, she begins to understand that she can no longer afford to deny her legacy. Instinctively she knows that there is a connection between her family's uncanny abilities and David's disappearance.

Grudgingly accepting the help of Evan Bartlock, an off-duty cop, Tyler uncovers information on a shadowy organization that once employed David. Now Tyler must trust her family, her friends and, most of all, herself to unlock a dark web of conspiracy and murder-and confront an enemy who "sees" as well as she does.

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Fast-paced, action-packed and often humorous, this is a one-of-a-kind story.
Tyler is a special heroine and Evan is her match in every way. One can only hope there will be future adventures to savor.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780778322214
Publisher: Mira
Publication date: 12/27/2005
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.19(w) x 6.63(h) x 1.02(d)

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Bloodstone 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
knobren More than 1 year ago
I loved the main core characters, but the bad guys were cardboard caricatures, so we didn't get to know or understand them, and when it finally became time to solve the who-done-it, I was kind of lost.  The loose ends were tied up very abruptly, and I was left more confused than satisfied. There had been various parties fighting over Davie, the kidnapped brother of the first-person protagonist, Tyler.  They had different motives and various people ended up dead, and I got confused on who had been working with whom and why and who killed whom.  And, the revelations in the last couple of pages should have made a bigger impact on Tyler than they seemed to.  Also, some of the decisions made and actions taken by various characters didn't seem very logical.  The St. Claire gifts were interesting though.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Tyler St. Clair of Bloodstone Jewelry attends a gem and rock trade show in Asheville when someone assaults her. Later she returns to her hotel room only to find it trashed nothing is missing. Later her second sight tells her that someone abducted her brother David and not long afterward she receives her first warning that she better give back what he took or else she has no idea what the caller alludes to her possessing. The police caught David¿s kidnapping on tape, but Tyler¿s immediate concern is for her niece Jane. Finally Aunt Matilda calls to tell her to let the cop in as he wants to help her just as Agent Evan Bartlock arrives. Using her ¿Gift¿, Tyler assisted by Evan search for the missing David. However, her unknown opponent seems to anticipate their moves as if he or she also has second sight. She turns to friends and colleagues to also help her especially with the shook up Jane, but whom do you trust with a loved one as each step she and Evan takes leads deeper into a dark deadly diverse conspiracy where the evil medium is money. --- BLOODSTONE is an action-packed romantic paranormal thriller starring two wonderful characters while Tyler learns to stop hating and love her Gift, her champion Evan is with her every perilous step in her frantic rescue effort. The villain in some ways is more her equal than Evan, but he makes up the difference and more with his willingness to risk his life for her. Fans of fast-paced adventure tales with a touch of the extrasensory and a lot of romance will need to hunt no further than this super suspense filled novel. --- Harriet Klausner