Friday, March 14, 2008

A Stranger's Touch by Cait London

A Stranger’s Touch
Aislings Psychic Trilogy, Book 2
Cait London
Avon Books – Harper Collins
March 25, 2008
ISBN# 978-0-06-114051-8

Tempest is one of triplets born three minutes apart, and she’s been gifted with the ability to learn the history of an object or person she touches. While it’s an amazing talent, it has made for a difficult life. In order to protect herself, she wears gloves unless she’s certain about what she’ll touch. She’s been badly used once, and escaped, but Tempest won’t allow herself to be used that way again.

In search of a brooch that’s important to her family’s history, Tempest follows the trail to Marcus Greystone. He’s a dangerous man to Tempest, one she once shared a night of passion with before she left without a word of goodbye. Now he needs her help to find the truth about the terrible accident that killed his parents years ago, and he’s not taking no for an answer.

There’s a stalker after Tempest, and the family fears that he’s actually after each of the girls in turn. The women are at their most vulnerable near large bodies of water, and that’s exactly where Tempest needs to be in order to help Marcus. Searching for answers is a danger to her life, but the answers once found could be more dangerous to the people she holds most dear.

A Stranger’s Touch is the second book in the Aislings Psychic Trilogy. Tempest protects herself by rarely using her gift of Psychometry, but when it comes to those she loves she’s willing to take the risk. Even if it could cost Tempest her life. Ms. London weaves a paranormal romance through a suspenseful mystery of hidden love and murder. A Stranger’s Touch is mystical, dangerous and sizzling with chemistry.

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews


scooper said...

Dang girl, you get all the good books. I like Cait London so I'll prob. be getting this.

Kimberly Swan said...

I'd like to go back and read the first book in the series now because each one is about one of the sisters.

Ladytink_534 said...

What an interesting ability! I'd imagine that it would be insanely difficult to live with though :(. Great review! I'll have to see about picking up the first one.

Kimberly Swan said...

Hi LadyTink! This can be read as a stand-alone, but each of the sisters have different abilities so if you can start with the first book that would be great. :)