Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds
Gabriel Devlin is listening to Christmas music in his car. And then his life changed in an instant. Naima lets us know that this is a reoccurring dream. Leah Bannon is a good friend of Gabe’s and her day job is that of a private investigator. Then a mystery that hits home comes into the office. And somehow Gabriel and his friends are involved – let the intrigue begin.
This book held my interest right from the beginning. Once finished, I found that I needed to know if the mystery in this book is going to be carried through the rest of the series. If you read carefully, you will get a hint about the four men in this series – this means that if you read too fast you may miss it. The only part I hated was having to put the book down either to go to bed or go to work.
I applaud our author in the amount of research that must have been involved in order for the villain in this piece to be so evil. Plus, the story revolves around issues that are current today. If you are a person who is very sensitive about certain subjects, this story may not be for you. But if you really enjoy a great suspense, that has some great romance, and which shows that anyone can overcome atrocities then this story is for you. And you’ll be happy to know that book two is just as good. Malachim comes out September 23.