Turbulent Sea

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Turbulent Sea

Suspenseful paranormal erotic romance

Continuing the Drake Sisters drama Joley - gifted with voice - is a famous touring singer when Ilya comes into her life as a bodyguard. Drama churns when a young groupie disappears and tumultuous events abound as a crewmember is found murdered at their Red Rock venue.

The incomparable execution Christine Feehan exudes through dialogue and drama propel a reader onto her desired course with ease.

Events are suspenseful as the underlying evildoer's surface. NO, there's not just one - Turbulent Sea is as action packed as Chicago's O'Hare airport on steroids.

As a paranormal Ilya, Joley and her sisters are telepathic with qualities a little extraordinary in normal human existence such as: Ilya communicates with mental telepathy to Joley while she's able to see people's aura, and the sisters can call on the winds for protection to name a few of their attributes. This adds another interesting imaginative aspect to Feehan's already wonderful personable characters.

Erotic, hot, feverish, sensual, electrifying, passionate - all of these adverbs and many others could describe the intoxicating love scenes of our two main characters. Though their bonding is ill advised, Ilya and Joley imminently best the ranks of any lovers of many a romance anywhere.

Turbulent Sea can be read as a standalone suspenseful erotic romance or as one sister's story of the Drake Sisters stories, either way the reader is sure to get their monies worth between the covers of this Christine Feehans newly released novel. A sure to please read the first time through, and retain a copy of Turbulent Sea for a second time through at your pleasure.

Book Blurb for Turbulent Sea

An All-New Drake Sisters Novel Bewitching rock superstar Joley Drake can have any lover she wants. But when her life is threatened, her dangerously sexy bodyguard is the only man she needs. There’s just one problem: his shadowy reputation as a secret Russian hit man may put Joley in even greater peril…

Night Owl Reviews May, 2008 5.00