Raye Larsen has never been able to fit in in her small town of New Bergin, Wisconsin. Part of the reason, she believes, is she's adopted. The other part, she can see dead people. The latter though, freaked her parents out so much, they wanted to send her "back", so she simply tried to ignore it for most of her life.
Bobby Doucet is a Homicide Detective who's been following a string of murders with the same M.O. as the one he discovers in New Bergin, Wisconsin. As soon as he enters the small town, he's startled by a woman frantically running out into the front of his Car. Maybe he can be of some assistance to her. He is of course, Law Enforcement.
Bobby begins his investigation into the murders , but they all seem to lead him back to one person. Raye Larson. As an Elementary School Teacher - a place where Bobby hates being, for his own reasons, Bobby can't imagine how she could possibly be connected to these brutal murders. The only thing he seems to be connecting with is Raye, which is dangerous territory when Bobby's only plan is to investigate these murders and return to his home and life back in New Orleans. This murder investigation proves to be way more than Bobby has bargained for, and when his business is handled, will he be able to say goodbye to New Bergin, and more importantly, Raye, forever?
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In the Air tonight is the first book in the Sisters of the Craft series, followed by Heat of the Moment (June 2015) and Smoke On the Water (August 2015). This series is brilliant! In the Air Tonight is enticingly sexy, yet elegantly romantic. You'll stay on the edge of your chair the entire time. Very well done! This one's one you won't want to miss!