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At Risk by Rebecca York
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really liked it

This is a wonderful, suspenseful read with an original story line that keeps the reader guessing.

You never get over your first love, that blazing teen age introduction to adulthood. Eugenia Beaumont and Rafe Gascon certainly didn’t. Now, eight years later, Eugenia’s safety is in Rafe’s hands. Rafe, employed by an elite and mysterious security company, has been sent back to The Big Easy to find out who is threatening her restaurant, the dream she’s worked so hard to make reality.

Problems overlie dangers superimposed on supernatural events. Eugenia has capitalized on the New Orleans setting and history to hold voodoo events in her successful new restaurant, and Rafe must find the source of the dangers Eugenia faces. To the intriguing mix of jealousy, old grudges, family fights, and voodoo, he adds a talent of his own: psychometry. Holding various objects shows him a number of unsettling incidents but not who is responsible, so Rafe and Eugenia must figure out who did what and whether each is friend or foe.

I really enjoyed this book and recommend it highly. (Note, please: I’m a tough grader and wish I had the option of 4 ½ stars, which this book really deserves.)

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November 22, 2013 – Finished Reading
November 26, 2013 – Shelved

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