Friday, August 10, 2007

Dancing With Werewolves by Carole Nelson Douglas

Dancing With Werewolves
Delilah Street, Paranormal Investigator, Book 1
Carole Nelson Douglas
Juno Books
October 1, 2007
ISBN# 978-0809572038

The Millennium Revelation changed life as humankind knew it. With the change came supernaturals that were considered myth, and creatures that had previously only been conjured up in dreams were now living among the general population. Delilah Street is a television reporter in Kansas investigating the odd and ongoing changes that have continued since the Revelation. When Del catches what appears to be her twin on a popular television show and her life takes a drastic turn for the worst, she finds herself in her black Caddy, Dolly, on the road to Las Vegas pursuing a lead.

Vegas is filled with an array of supernaturals that Del wasn’t exposed to in Kansas, and not all of them are happy to see her. When she meets the handsome ex-FBI agent, Ric Montoya, their connection is immediate. Together they uncover the burial site of a couple long since forgotten and begin an investigation to identify them.

With her dog Quicksilver, the help and hints she gets from her new employer, Hector Nightwine, and the contacts from his CinSim major domo, Godfrey, she plows ahead into the unknown. Someone doesn’t want the identity of the dead couple coming to light, and they’ll do whatever it takes to stop Del from finding out the truth. It’s a good thing Snow, a man she can’t quite define, gave her such an odd familiar because without it she might not survive.

Dancing With Werewolves is the first book in the Delilah Street, Paranormal Investigator series. Delilah is a heroine fighting the ghosts of her past as she embarks on a new life filled with danger at every turn. The instant bond Del and Ric share burns with passion, and goes deeper than either of them imagined. With a brilliant eye for detail, Ms. Nelson Douglas demonstrates her creative talents with a captivating storyline and some of the most unique supporting characters around. This is truly a fantastic start to a series that paranormal romance readers are sure to enjoy.

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews


UFR said...

Thanks for the heads up on this book. It looks like one I will definetly be checking out when it is released.

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews said...

That's wonderful, glad I could help! The author has a seriously creative imagination to have come up with some of the characters. I'm really looking forward to the next one. Thanks so much for stopping by! :)

QB said...

WOW! Marta Acosta's Vampirewire linked to this post and am I ever glad she did! This book is going on my Constant Cravings list right now-- THANKS!

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews said...

Hey QB, I'm sorry that I've just now found your post! This is such a great story, and there are so many unique characters in that you'll hate for it to end. :)