REVIEW: Del Fantasma: Scotch on the Rocks by Liadan Brodie from Aspen Mountain Press


Title: Del Fantasma: Scotch on the Rocks
Author: Liadan Brodie
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Genre: Paranormal Contemporary
Publication Date: February 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60168-182-9
Length: 59 Pages
Format: eBook
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Reviewer: WitchGiggles

Braeden McInnes joins Matt in the effort to retrieve not only their mate Elizabeth who’s been taken,but also to return the rogue who stole her to justice for the other many crimes he’s committed. What they haven’t counted on are the complications arising from the alliance of this rogue and members of the were-panther community which involves
injuring a child. Can they stop him before things disintegrate completely?

Elizabeth has been a part of Braeden and Matt’s lives for a long time,but doesn’t know the most important fact about either of them; that there resides within both of them an animal which when released can become a killing machine if necessary, or that they keep it tightly leashed.

This is the classic story of what a person is capable of doing for the sake of protecting the life of a loved one. The characters are full of life, love, humor,compassion and understanding, yet remain faithful to their belief in what is right. I’ve always adored the Del Fantasma series and I’ve yet to be disappointed.


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