Synopsis: AN ETERNAL DESIRE
With his strong psychic ability, FBI Agent Joss Crawford longs for the woman he loved in a past life. But after years of searching, a new case is drawing him into the last place he’d ever want to find her: an underground slave ring. Going undercover to infiltrate the network, he meets Drucella Chapman–the mastermind’s fiancee. Joss has every reason to believe she’s evil. So why is he irresistibly drawn to her?
A DANGEROUS GAME
Drucella has made it her personal mission to bring the slave ring down. But the sadistic ring leader is even more careful than he is cruel. In order to gain information, Dru has had to get close to the very man she wishes to kill, psychically reading his memories bit by bit. she’d do anything to finish the job, but agreeing to marry him may have been a step too far–even for her.
A FATEFUL ENCOUNTER
Though Joss and Dru are both undercover, nothing can disguise the sense of deja vu they experience when they meet. Neither can afford to be distracted from the mission at hand, but perhaps their reunion is exactly what this mission needs…
The FBI Psychics, Book 3
Review: I heard a lot of nice things about Shiloh Walker and it is true that I was curious to discover one of her books. Here is the third volume of the FBI Psychics series, a series I did not know anything about but which was quite nice. I didn’t have any problems to understand the story or the characters. But it is true that we immediately understand that the previous volumes have featured Dez and Taige. We meet them a lot in this new volume, and I confess I was curious to see how they have each met their mate. We find this time Joss, a man so atypical. He doesn’t have any specific powers, but he can use the gift of others when he needs to. Like a mirror. Since his youth, he seeks and dreams of one of his past lives, including a young woman he loved. Abandoning all hopes to find her, he always thinks about their past again and again. But his life will be turned upside down by his new assignment. He has to work undercover to bring down an underground slave ring where young women live in the most atrocious manner. But the power he has to take for this mission is not easy to master and it’ll take him in darker regions. Dru works independently of any government and she has worked for almost two years to bring down the organization that uses women as slaves and sells them to the highest bidder. But becoming the woman she is not and living like that every day more, has affected her more than she would have thought. But as she doesn’t have yet enough evidences, she tries to remain what she should be. She is abused, followed, and handled in the worst way. But this mission had led her farther than she would have thought and she must now marry the man she wants to destroy. She does not really know how things went so far, but she hopes to finish the investigation before coming to such extremes. But Patrick, the terrible monster, is still very cautious of his actions, and even if Dru is able to read his memories, she fails to collect the necessary evidence. She would love to kill him, destroy him after all the things he did to her, but she can’t do much without losing everything she has worked so hard for. And when she met Joss, something in her wakes up, as if she knew him from another life. Joss is a determined man. I was quite impressed to see that he had spent his life trying to fin a woman he does not even know. While our young heroine is rather suspicious, Joss knows they’re meant to be together whatever she could say. Well, he is so obsessed by the woman he loved so much, and now she is here, it’s impressive. But Dru is focused on her mission to the point that it became her entire life and she can not compromise herself before finishing what she has started. It’s really sad to see the person she has become in the hands of Patrick. But hope is reborn little by little and I enjoyed getting to know the woman she really was. The flash back of her past history was really exciting and I was curious to see what had happened to them centuries ago. It was a pretty interesting story and I think I’ll try to read her other novels on occasion. I wonder if Tucker will be the next character to be featured and I’m curious to learn more about him!