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Lost Souls ParaAgency and the Three Witches of Burberry: (Romantic Paranormal Mystery) Kindle Edition
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Lex is a love/hate character for me. I love him because he's the hero, he's good at his job--both of them--but I hate his persistence and insistence that Amira's sister is guilty on sight. Yes, the evidence is stacked against her so his conclusion makes sense. But there was this overwhelming feeling he didn't want to really investigate deeper because he didn't want to be in Burberry in the first place.
Thank God for sisters, right? Regardless of what was said, of the evidence presented, Amira refused to believe her sister was to blame. She understood Lex's stance but she wasn't about to let her sister go without a fight. Her determination is something to be admired, and Lex was smart enough to acknowledge that, even if he did so begrudgingly.
I've never read anything by Ms. Waller. This was an impulse buy for me, and, man, am I glad I took a chance. This opener for the series is engaging without dragging on and on and on. The violence is magical, the mystery buried beneath layers that are peeled back slowly. The evidence points in different directions at first then, as those layers are peeled away, narrows to the unexpected. And I do mean unexpected.
In the background, Ms. Waller builds the attraction and relationship between Lex and Amira. It brings Lex to a crossroads--duty or heart--and creates beautiful tension between them as they seek justice while cherishing their newfound feelings for one another and family. Ms. Waller does a terrific job balancing romance and mystery and suspense, then delivering equally terrific and satisfying ending. I enjoyed every word of this story and can't wait to read the next in this series.
Amira Walker and her sisters Ally and Arrisa (Ris) come from a long line of Witches. All three girls couldn’t be anymore different, but the one thing they shared was the need to steer clear of practicing magic. After losing both their parents, Amira took on the role of mother hen. Due to their aunts meddling ways and a curse placed upon their family, the Walker sisters have been labeled spinsters. With 13 months left to be free of her torment, Amira is thrown off guard when the man in the magazine shows up at her shop.
It doesn’t take long for both to become suspicious of each other and Lex tries sticking to Amira like glue. Weary that her meddling aunts have a hand in this unexpected attention, Amira begins to concoct a special spell to distance herself from Lex. Their relationship can be described as zingy yet complicated.In no time they are bound together by magical turns of events and interaction is unavoidable. Amira finds herself pulled into the investigation to bring a bad witch to justice, bringing out the Investigative powers she didn’t know she possessed. The investigation brings to light more than anyone involved would have suspected and it’s a rollercoaster of secrets and revelations.
I for one, cannot wait to see where the road ends for all involved. Hold on to your broomstick and get comfy with your familiars. The Walker Witches and the Lost Soul ParaAgency have more to add to the mystery.