Lure Of Obsession by Lisa Kessler
Fated Mates meets Clash of the Titans!
Melanie Jacoby is the human vessel for the Muse of Tragic Poetry, but she isn’t prepared for the tragedy of finding her roommate dead at the bottom of the stairs.
Nate Malone is the detective assigned to the case, but as the evidence points to an accidental fall, the visions begin. He sees a killer in a gold Kronos mask.
Mel is the next target, but Nate’s determination to protect her is almost as strong as his desire for her. And tragedy isn’t part of his plan.
The Prophecy – “Every generation the nine daughters of Zeus are reborn, and with their rebirth are also nine Guardians. They will be marked by the gods, and given gifts to protect his treasure. Their abilities will only be unlocked when they find their muse.”
2016, 2017 & 2018 voted Reviewers Choice Best Fantasy Romance Series – Paranormal Romance Guild
A sexy new paranormal series from best selling author Lisa Kessler featuring Greek gods, Lycan shifters, Navy SEALs, police detectives and more…
“Another beautiful series from an unbelievable author. She gets me every time.” #1 NYT Bestselling Author Sherrilyn Kenyon
Finalist – 2017 Kathryn Hayes When Sparks Fly Contest – Best Paranormal Romance Reviewers Choice Best Fantasy Romance of 2016 – The Paranormal Romance Guild Top 10 – Best Romance of 2016 in the Preditors & Editors readers poll
KATIE’S 4⭐️ REVIEW:
Reviewed on behalf of 3 Degrees of Fiction Book Blog
Lure of Obsession is the first book that I have read by this author and overall I really enjoyed it. I thought that it was well written, the pace and flow of the story was good and had some interesting characters. I think when I first read the blurb for the story I wasn’t completely sure what I was in for, I was intrigued to say the least and it really was an interesting read. I liked the mythology feel to it; it did make the story a unique and unpredictable read. I loved feeling like I was working alongside the characters to find out what had happened to Mel’s roommate. I can’t say that this was an easy read I had to concentrate to understand everything that was going on but I was fully invested in what I was reading all the way through. I could sense the pull between Mel and Nate – the author wasn’t too over the top with this and it felt more believable and realistic.
Overall a really good read and start to a series that I think I am going to enjoy!