Cabin Fever
By Teagan
Dec 28, 2009 - 12:15:39 PM

Genevieve Boden is a witch and she doesn’t care who knows. In fact, she wants people to know she is. The townspeople’s fear of her keeps away those who have hurt her before—like the local men of authority. She is resolved to live a life of exile, deep in the woods of West Virginia, as due punishment, she figures, for the part she played in her mother’s death. If she’s alone, no one will actually know she lost her powers some time ago.

Everything changes when she finds a bloody, fatally wounded man slumped on her porch. Her healing ability reappears suddenly. But the unconscious man is a danger to her, for he stirs a hunger beyond her wildest dreams. She is almost crushed when she finds out he is the police chief.

Alex Rivera isn’t sure how or why he survived, but he’s certain his beautiful savior did more than just bandage his wounds. Captivated by wary Genevieve, and stunned by the depth of emotion he feels for her, he vows to uncover her secrets. Thanks to the raging snowstorm, he has nothing but time to do so. Yet they can’t focus completely on the sizzling attraction between them because there is a killer on the loose.


CABIN FEVER is a book I recommend for every reader of suspense and paranormal romance to have. This story is extraordinary! This couple’s passion was so real and easy to relate to that I didn’t want it to end. Alex and Genevieve are a couple you can’t help but root for, from the beginning to the end of this story. There are a few twists and turns that will have you on the edge of your chair as you read. If you haven’t read Ms. Rai’s work, this would be a great introduction.

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