Blood of Dawn
Overview - For brilliant paranormal profiler Sloan Skye, a reluctant trip into her past will bring her face to face with a killer who shouldn't exist. . . Being a skeptic is somehow making Sloan Skye one of the best profilers in the FBI's new Paranormal Behavioral Analysis Unit. Read more...
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For brilliant paranormal profiler Sloan Skye, a reluctant trip into her past will bring her face to face with a killer who shouldn't exist. . .
Being a skeptic is somehow making Sloan Skye one of the best profilers in the FBI's new Paranormal Behavioral Analysis Unit. True, her so-called love life isn't any less tangled, but she's beginning to believe she's found a place where her uber-geek smarts and her more out-there methods fit perfectly.
Unfortunately, all the incredible things she's seen can't prepare Sloan for the ultimate horror show. . .returning to her old high school. Someone--or some thing--is draining blood out of local teenage girls while they sleep. And the only way Sloan can solve the case is to push past her training and surrender to powers beyond her formidable logic to root out one very elusive killer. . .
"An engaging police procedural paranormal starring a likeable heroine. . .fast-paced." --Genre Go Round Reviews
"A refreshing paranormal series. . .mystery and intrigue, new exciting paranormal creatures, and the possibility of a love triangle. . ." --Paranormaladdicts.com
"Strong, snappy. . .entertaining " --RT Book Reviews, 4 stars
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A sympathetic lead and a handful of spirited supporting characters help overcome implausibility, a hodge-podge of unrelated elements, and a sluggish pace in Dane’s moderately entertaining third Sloan Skye supernatural mystery (after Blood of Innocence). Sloan, a summer intern at the FBI’s Paranormal Behavioral Analysis Unit, goes undercover as a high school student to learn who or what has been electrocuting teenage girls. In an almost entirely separate narrative, Sloan improbably takes the lead as a crime scene investigator and profiler on another case. Her partner, JT, is attracted to her, but distracted when a lesbian friend miscarries his child. A spell has rendered Sloan incapable of remembering her tryst with fellow intern Gabe. Sloan’s arranged engagement to an elf prince actually does relate to the plot, but is so bland it hardly matters. Fortunately, her unfailingly engaging roommate Katie and the cheerily morbid Sluagh prince Elmer appear to lighten up the story when it begins to drag. Agent: Natasha Kern, Natasha Kern Literary Agency. (Dec.)