Intrigue, No. 684
York, Ann Voss Peterson, and Patricia Rosemoor
deep dark of night a gypsy's curse rang through the swampy bayou
- "Love is blind, love is death, love is impotant". Swiftly
her words travel to find and reek havoc on all those responsible
for her pain and misery. No one is capable of escaping the force
of gypsy magic. . .
Allesandra by Rebecca
Carlo Mustov had been found guilty
of murdering his lover, Theresa Granville, ten years prior. He had
been sentenced to die for the horrific crime it was said he was
responsible for committing. Wyatt Bourdreauz , a former police detective
specializing in tying up loose ends that could set a criminal free,
had made a promise to his father to return to Les Baux, Louisiana
- the scene of the crime. As Carlo's execution date approached,
Wyatt decided it was time to live up to his promise. What will he
discover once he starts reviewing the facts of the case?
Alessander King was the cousin of
Carol Mustrov. She believed that he had been falsely accused of
murdering Theresa Granville. She was determined to find the evidence
to prove his innocence. Her search led to Wyatt Bourdreaux. Upon
seeing Wyatt, she realized that he held a special place in her heart
- a place that deserved to be revisited and explored.
Sabrina by Ann Voss
Garner Rousseau was an attorney who
agreed to help Sabrina King prove her cousin Carlo's innocence.
He refused to allow to give into the growing attraction he felt
for Sabrina - for doing so would put her life in grave danger.
Andrei by Patricia Rosemoor
Andrei Sobatka was determined to
join the quest to help prove Carlo's innocence. His venture led
him to the home of the slain victim. There he found her daughter
Elizabeth. 'Lizzie" had once laid in his arms and declared
her love, only to flee once the sun shone on a new day. Years later
as she stood before him, he once again felt the heat that still
existed between them. Although he was incapable of taking advantage
of the love she was radiating, he was still determined to help her
piece together the pieces that would solve the puzzle of her mother's
murder. By doing so, were they endangering their own lives?
Mystery, suspense, and nail biting
action, will all be found in Gypsy Magic. These three talented
authors have brought together three separate stories and entwined
them to create a very mesmerizing story. I must admit I was clueless
right up until the very last pages as to who the real killer was.
Being able to craft such a compelling story that overflows with
intrigue is a tribute to these fine authors. I hope to see more
work of this delightful trio.