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Tracy throws herself at the barrier, a screaming, howling banshee. She fights
against the magic barring her. Static electricity sparks through the room,
zooming around, visible in the darkness. I push Kacie behind me as the manic
ghost continues her relentless assault on the barrier. A deafening boom reverberates through the room,
followed by a wave of energy. I push Kacie down, falling on top of her to
shield her from the ghost’s wrath. Pain lances up my back like thousands of cat
claws, making me cry out both in shock and pain. I glance back—Samson and
Delilah hiss their displeasure at Tracy, their claws digging into my back.
and all the other pain surfaces. Ignoring the throbbing in my ribs, I roll to
my side to free Kacie, sending the cats leaping away. Tracy lets out one last
anguished wail before slumping and falling to the floor. My familiars circle
her prone body, mouths open, scenting the air. The heaviness in the air lessens,
but I continue to take in shallow breaths to keep from aggravating the pain. I
watch Tracy, searching for… well not signs of life, but existence? Her form
flickers like an old movie, and I wonder if she’ll just wink out of existence.
himself up on his elbows. “That was quite a blast. You both okay?”
“Where’s Mr. Kincaid?”
hall. “I got out just before the explosion.”
pointing at Tracy’s prone form. “I’ve never seen, I mean, she can’t…”
was destroyed.” I try to struggle to my feet but give up, sagging back down.
Kacie leans against me, and I wrap my arms around her.
released a lot of psychic energy,” I say, resting my cheek on Kacie’s head.
arms over his head.
hide the genuine surprise from my voice.
gutter, Blake. She likes researching puzzles.”
like a light exhale of breath… if ghosts could breathe. She floats to her feet
as though controlled by invisible strings. Still solid, her dark eyes scan the
room. A smile crosses her face when she realizes that she made it through the
psychic barrier. All I can do is stare at the ghost and wonder what that
mysterious smile means. Maybe she’s as drained as we are. Kacie squeezes my
hand, her aura flickering from exhaustion. I meet her gaze. Evade and stall for
time to recover—I try to send the message to her in my expression.
says, gesturing at the room. “Care to share why you wanted in so bad?”
flirting. I had no idea a spirit could blush, even one who appears as human as
she does. I mean, it takes blood to blush, right? More manipulation? She glides
to one of the beds and reaches out to it. Her hand goes straight through. When
she tries again, she lets out a frustrated growl as her hand once again passes
through the mattress.
words sounding more like a question than a statement.
she appears inches from Blake’s face. He doesn’t flinch, which I have to admit
is rather impressive. I’m pretty sure even I’d have reacted to her sudden
leaning so close they’d touch were she human.
ghost circles him.
shrugging his shoulders. I’m well aware that Blake can shift whenever he wants.
He’s a born alpha werewolf, not a bite victim. Blake’s features take on a look
of complete innocence. Damn but he can rival Kacie and Daniel in the acting
department. “Why’re you deflecting attention from that bed? What’s under that
shaking her head furiously.
Blake saunters over to the bed and lifts the mattress.
small book to me.
pages. “It’s a journal.”
for the book. But her hand passes through. She may have enough power left to
look almost human, but not enough to manipulate physical objects.
chest. “This is very private, but it could also be what’s keeping you from
floor. She returns to an ethereal, misty spirit, and I can’t help but notice
how much lighter she is now than before. Swirling white and light gray misty
energy compose her figure, a sure sign that she’s close to acceptance of her
pointing at Kacie.
alone with this dangerous adversary.
glare at me.
child’s toy—what could go wrong?
the vindictive spirits of three women brutally murdered by a psychopath. Join
Logan, Kacie, and the rest of the Orion Circle as they delve into the disturbing
events of the past to find the key to freeing the spirits.
they have returned more powerful than anyone could have imagined. Anger breeds
hatred and hatred leads to darkness—these phantoms are on the verge of losing their
last spark of humanity and becoming completely lost to the shadows.
the light and move on, or will the spirits succumb to the hypnotic pull of
evil, leading to an eternity of torment and suffering?
I was really keen to pick up the second book in The Orion Circle series as I really liked the first one and Twisted Sisters was not a disappointment.
We have all the great characters from the first book, Kacie and Logan and it is told in each of their points of view. To start with their relationship went a little bit rocky but as soon as they were asked to investigate a sorority house where there was a haunting but it was quite a violent haunting. Three young girls, now spirits had managed to get a lot of power and were angry and they made sure everyone in the house knew it.
At one point I thought that some of the characters would end up being killed, it seemed quite a scary experience.
Kacie was fantastic as she was in the first book even though she was a very new member of the Orion Circle, although putting her life in danger was a little silly at times.
This book had lots of twists and turns and kept me completely hooked from page one.
Kimber Leigh Wheaton is a fantastic author and I cannot wait to read more from her.
YA author with a soft spot for sweet romance. In addition to writing, she works
as an editor for two publishers, as well as select indie authors. She is
married to her soul mate, has a teenage son, and shares her home with three
dogs and lots of dragons. Kimber Leigh is addicted to romance, video games,
superheroes, villains, and chocolate—not necessarily in that order. (If she has
to choose, she’ll take a chocolate covered superhero!) Winner of the 2014
Rising Star Award at the BTS Red Carpet Awards in NOLA & a Silver Medal for
YA Mystery/Horror in the 2015 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards.