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by Rachel Caine

This was a great, potentially last book in this series (as the author recently passed away). Once again Gwen Proctor and her family is being haunted by a crazy vigilant who doesn't believe that she didn't know about the actions of her serial killer former husband, but this time its even more personal. A madman is killing killers and a woman is missing after her two little girls are found drowned in the backseat of a car. As Gwen works the case from the P.I. angle and her friend Kez works it as a cop, circumstances appear different than they first seemed and the final showdown is going to put our heroines in grave danger if they want to protect their families.

The Stillhouse Lake series have gotten better with each consecutive book, in my opinion, and this one we really get to see everyone has grown. If it is the last one in this series, I am satisfied with how it was wrapped up and will enjoy re-reading the whole series one day.

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by Armond Bourdreaux

This book was really a page turner. You wanted to keep reading to find out what happened and there was a lot of action to keep it fast paced. I thought it was a very good book and I'll definitely be looking for the next one to find out what our characters have to deal with next.

Its a futuristic world where women are forced to get contraceptive implants and couples must apply for children that get grown in a lab instead of a womb. Its eliminated unwanted pregnancies, all birth defects, and any possible complications with natural births but there are protesters against it and sometimes illegal natural births result in telepathic powers that are a risk to the government. There are many characters in this book that show all the different sides of this world but its well written and you don't have trouble following the stories until they all start to come together.

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by Amanda Uhl

Geneva and Rolf are extremely powerful people with dangerous abilities and intense feelings for each other. Geneva's powers let her see colors and auras all around here, making her an excellent tracker as she can follow those colors from long distances. Rolf is a mind hacker but he is also hiding a secret about the very dark energy he must control inside him. Soon he discovers that Geneva's light is the key to keeping back the dark. Evil forces are conspiring against them, trying to steal their energy and destroy them, figuratively and literally, but they keep trying to believe in each other even when no one else will.

This is the second book in this series and while I didn't read the first one, I had no trouble keeping up with the story. The world this author built is a little different from other fantasy books so I liked that part. The constant struggle for the two main characters to control their powers started to seem almost immature after awhile but it was important to the plot. Overall I thought this was a pretty good book.

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