>Romance Studio Gives Hawkes Abandon 5 Hearts

>Hawkes Abandon
Moira Reid
Paranormal erotic romance
Available from Cobblestone Press
ISBN: 978-1-60088-114-5
March 2007

Allison ‘Ally’ Lawson wanted Hawkes Brandon so much that, when she felt him drifting away, she set up a scene to make him jealous. Not only did it work, the jealousy sent him running for ten years. Now his mother has asked Ally to find him, tells her she thinks something has happened to him. Seems his mother is trying to push the two of them together. It even works for a while until Ally gets caught up in intrigue, telepathy and situations surrounding Hawkes’ life as a Special Agent.

Moira Reid gives us a great romantic suspense story wrapped around information about clairvoyance, telepathy and some unforeseen telekinesis when needed most. Ally and Hawkes are superbly done as a couple who loves one another but has to learn to trust, communicate and allow one another some privacy. Mother Brandon, like mothers everywhere, is a little matchmaker with powers of her own that keep that gentle, motherly push at their backs to make the decision we all want them to make anyway..

The storyline is well built with surprises along the way that keep the reader wanting to know more. The dialogue helps keep the suspense going. There’s great eroticism as the couple’s bodies seem determined to outsmart their thoughts or doubts to bring them together. The villains are nasty and devious. But the author sets it up and pulls it out every time to make this a great read.

Overall rating: 5 Hearts
Sensuality rating: Explicit

Reviewer: Dee Dailey
October 7, 2008



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