Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Priceless, by Shannon Mayer

The para-normal mystery with female hero genre seems to require the lead character be annoyingly anti-social and to be very smart but do very foolish things. Check, check, and check.

The hero here is Rylee. She can find lost children by reaching out to them psychically. But of course it isn't a simple and straightforward process. She's hassled by other para-normal types, and by a normal (i.e., human) FBI agent who suspects her of ... something.

My review in one word: meh.

Priceless (A Rylee Adamson Novel, Book 1)

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