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Friday, May 1, 2009

Wicked Redemption by Nancy Henderson

Wicked Redemption by Nancy Henderson
Publisher: Champagne Books
Genre: Paranormal; Mystery/Suspense; Contemporary
Length: Full (137 pages)
Heat: Spicy
Rating: 4 Books
Reviewed by Camellia

Maggie Webb never considered her ability a gift. In fact, seeing dead people
has put quite a damper on her life. When a demon shows up seeking revenge, all hell breaks loose. An even bigger problem: he passes out in her home then wakes up with no memory whatsoever.

Cole Turner is back from Hell, and he’s going to make Maggie pay. Maggie’s “gift” is blocking his mission of stealing souls. However, coming to Earth without permission from The Dark One has cut his ties to Hell and caused him to lose his memory. He no longer knows Maggie Webb as his enemy but sees her as the only person who can help him discover who, or what, he really is.

The attraction Maggie feels toward him is undeniable, but if Cole regains his memory he may try to destroy her once again. And if the Dark One finds him…Can Maggie break the bonds of Hell?

Lock up tight, pull the drapes, and get your security blanket then settle in for a spine tingling adventure with Maggie Webb and Cole Turner as Good and Evil struggle for souls.

Maggie, a reluctant medium, lives a lonely life as she tries to escape entities that always find her. Because of them, she is estranged from her parents, friends, and profession. Even her fiancé left declaring her schizophrenic. In a small house on the shore of North Pond, Maggie hopes to find peace but instead finds tremendous emotional upheaval.

Cole Turner, a beautiful man, is an enigma that turns Maggie’s world upside down and puts her life in peril. His character embodies the full range of emotions and suffering. He propels the story along. He is revealed bit by bit as mystery and suspense weave their way through the story. Cole’s story is heart wrenching and gives pause for thought.

Nancy Henderson’s Wicked Redemption is not a long story but it takes the characters to Heaven, level ground, Hell, and Earth with graphic details that excite the imagination and makes one question facts and fiction about life, death, and the hereafter.

Out of all the upheaval, the reader sees the “ultimate love” that Maggie and Cole have for each other.

Wicked Redemption steals one’s breath away at times. It grips the imagination making the reader want to keep turning the pages to find out how Maggie and Cole escape some precarious situations.