Fly Boy starts out with an interesting premise -- past life dreams, goddesses, and enough action to make James Bond cry for mercy. However, I just couldn't get into it. It's uncertain as to whether it's because of Twyla's temper, the strange irresistible sexual cravings she gets, or the oddly placed sex scenes. Whenever the plot started to get interesting, it seemed like I would get thrown out of the story by descriptions of sex. Also, to a certain extent, the amount of narrative gushing about Twyla quickly got very old. About the tenth time Jhett started praising her to high heaven in his mind was nine and a half times more than it really needed to happen. It's probably just a personal thing, but this just didn't do it for me.
A book in The Hussiesseries.
Take an ancient Hussy warrior hunter with a Scottish castle that changes before your eyes. Mix in a computer geek with a wild imagination, an unemployed biker scarred by the past, and task them with saving the world. Add a dash of freaky past-life regression along with some cool spy stuff and you’ve got one heck of a recipe for adventure.
They just may succeed at their mission—stranger things have happened. However, the consequences are deadly and failure is not an option for Twyla or Jhett. Surviving the seedy underworld of weapons dealers requires learning to trust each other if they’re to have any chance at breaking the endless cycle of repeating their mistakes…over and over…in one life after another.