Friday, November 14, 2008

Review - Dark Nights, Dark Dreams by Savannah Russe

Dark Nights, Dark Dreams
Sisterhood of the Sight, Book 1
Savannah Russe
Signet Eclipse
December 2, 2008
ISBN# 978-0-451-22566-5

Book blurb:
The first in an all-new series featuring sexy paranormal romance, government secrets, and female special-ops with very special talents.


Government agent Susan Chase always kept her psychic abilities a secret. Now her secret is out and the C.I.A. needs her help. A highly classified all- female team of paranormal agents, Susan and her squad are now entrusted with the government's most unusual and dangerous assignments.

My thoughts:
Susan Ann Marie Chase, Sam to her friends, has just been removed from her job in the US Foreign Service and recruited for a new branch of the CIA. They plan to use the psychic ability that she’s tried to keep hidden, and team her up with three women who have their own extraordinary gifts. Together they’re expected to solve each paranormal case they’re presented with, and report to Ms. Z every step of the way.

Their first assignment takes them into the intriguing world of voodoo that’s being used as a dark art, and introduces them to the possibility of zombies. While the women live with, and believe in the paranormal, their new partner on the case is a skeptic. Convincing Bear Rutledge may be a frustrating task for Sam, but having him on their side may be what keeps her alive.

This is the first release in the Sisterhood of the Sight series, and its main focus is on the team leader, Sam. Ms. Russe introduces readers to a new government agency that’s shrouded in secrets and should hook paranormal fans right from the start. Dark Nights, Dark Dreams wraps-up with a solved case and leaves plenty of open questions for future installments.

To learn more about Ms. Russe’s books, please visit her website: Here

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews

8 comments:

RachaelfromNJ said...

Sounds good! Great review. I love anything with psychics lately.

Kimberly Swan said...

Each of the women have a slightly different talent, I think you'd really enjoy this one. :)

SciFiGuy said...

I love her Darkwing series so this should be good. Thanks for the sneak preview.

Kimberly Swan said...

If you like the Darkwing series then you should really enjoy this as well. There are a few similarities that you'll see, but I really like the psychic element that makes it so different. :)

samantha.1020 said...

This sounds really good! I'll be on the lookout for this one for sure. Thanks!

Kimberly Swan said...

Samantha - It is, and I hope that you'll enjoy it! :)

Amberkatze said...

It was a nice start to a new series. I am looking forward to reading more although I do prefer the Darkwing series.

Kimberly Swan said...

Definitely a nice start to the series! :)