A Phoenix Is Forever

A Phoenix Is Forever

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"Dawn Forrest is ready for a big change. She's determined to put her criminal past behind her and only use her extraordinary psychic abilities for good from now on. Luca Fierro is a Phoenix shifter and rookie cop with something to prove. The last person he should tangle with is a newly reformed bad girl, especially one as irresistible as Dawn. But he needs her help to find a missing child, and every minute counts. This case is going to put their skills to the test and force them to keep their sizzling attraction at bay..."--Page 4 of cover
Publisher: Naperville, Illinois : Sourcebooks Casablanca, [2019]
Copyright Date: ©2019
ISBN: 9781492645559
1492645559
Characteristics: 344 pages ; 18 cm
Call Number: CHASE, A

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Elizabeth D Turner
Jun 08, 2019

Ashlyn Chase is a marvellous writer. She skillfully blends numerous characters and events into an engaging whole. Luca Fierro, the youngest son, begins his career as a police officer. He meets a young psychic from a gang riddled neighborhood, who has been working hard to turn her life in a new direction. A mother with a 4 year old daughter witnesses a gang related meeting accidentally, dies in a car pursuit, and her child is abducted. Great and intriguing material. But, at approximately the halfway point, the book starts to fall apart. The rest of it is short, in some places nonsensical, and seems to be made up of chapters that Ashlyn could have written, held together by a very thin, less than believable framework. I gave this book 3 out of 5 stars. When the Psychic discovers the child's probable location, attempts a single handed rescue and fails, the plot advances into the "obligatory hot and steamy sex scene" and the child is mentioned a week later. WHAT ! Later, a well written scene from the childs POV is included, but what it seems to reveal, does not fit the sequence of events that follow. So this really did not feel like Ashlyn Chase's ability to plot and combine events. I was disappointed in the last 100 pages. You will still want to read it, but may be left feeling a bit skeptical.

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