Legacy of Evil by Sharon Buchbinder is the second book of the Hotel LaBelle series.
Both books will stand alone.
Legacy of Evil is Book II, but it can stand alone.
Emma Horserider is an ex marine, and her name is so appropriate because of her bond with animals, especially the wild horses she loves so much. She has a telepathic connection to them. She is a dog and horse whisperer.
The Native American mysticism crosses boundaries with the military and a bike riding hunk who goes by the name of Brandon Winchester.
Terrorism…enter Homeland Security in the form of Brandon Winchester. Emma’s brother, Bert Blackfeather, is his boss and sends him to help her, after a herd of wild horses is attacked and she almost loses her life. Brandon is a remote viewer in the Anomaly Defense Division, think of the old CIA Paranormal experiments. He also has a telepathic connection to his cat, Gaucho.
Sparks fly. I really enjoy the fun and flirty dialogue between them.
Dear God, how she loved an inked up wild man on a bike.
The wild cast of characters quickly won over my heart. I laughed with them, feared for them, and hoped they would make it through the danger okay. I love the warrior women. Strong female characters appeal to me and Sharon Buchbinder gives us some doozies. The supporting cast is just as interesting.
“You’re a Twerp whisperer Steph. Thanks for defusing the little hand grenade.”
I love her outrageous cousin, Stephanie. I wonder…will she have a story of her own? What do you say Sharon?
When it becomes too dangerous for her to stay home, she moves, temporarily, to Hotel LaBelle. To get the full story on Lucius Stewart, Tallulah Thompson and her pug, Franny you will want to read The Haunting of Hotel LaBelle.
Like fighting like, the upcoming battle hits close to home for both of them and Bronco’s past will come full circle.
Full of so much goodness, so many of the things I love, danger, suspense, humor and sadness, lives lost and lives saved.
The seriousness of the story still leaves time for humorous writing that keeps the pace flowing smoothly. Legacy of Evil is wrapped up in a happy ever after ending, yet left the story open for more…and I want it.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Legacy of Evil by Sharon Buchbinder.