The pages practically turn themselves.
I Loved this book. It went by too fast.
5 out of 5 Amazon stars
A women’s compound deep in an Oregonian forest protects girls with special abilities. Something’s gone wrong.
A workaholic detective in the ninth month of a surrogate pregnancy is investigating them.
Easy, flowing style. Interesting characters and scenarios.
I read this book out of order in the series. It held together and made sense.
The most interesting relationship(s) in the book —for me—was between the female detective who is carrying a child for her sister and the spark of forbidden attraction with the baby’s father.
Possibly more interesting than the book was how it entered my reading sphere. Most of my favorite books arrive through word-of-mouth, recommendations from trusted curators, or editor picks. This one, in true sci-fi fashion, was selected by Artifical Intelligence on a linguistic profile matching site for authors.
My bookshelves are now filled with Lisa Jackson books!
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