Aquarius Addiction by Trish Jackson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Aquarius Addiction is a romantic suspense set in and around New Orleans. Arlette Xylander is a psychic who helps the FBI in cases they cannot solve. She’s just been called into a new case on the very day she’s had bad news about her own health. She meets Andre Rossouw, older brother of a young missing girl. There is an instant spark of romance between the pair but with Arlette’s health news and Andre being a client any future for the pair is a no-go.
Arlette lives in an old house inherited from her Aunt. She’s left Arlette the house and a mystery to solve. The house is haunted, but Arlette isn’t frightened.
Susanna is the missing girl that Arlette must find, she goes to the family home and hopes for some visions to give her clues. She gets a couple of glimpses and does a sketch for a photo ID fit, plus she has a couple of names to work on.
The photos cause trouble for Arlette when she’s the victim of a hit and run that leaves her in hospital. However she believes she’s got a lead as things soon start hotting up in the search for Susanna.
In Arlette’s personal life the appearance of a Voodoo priestess has it’s own mysteries and her Aunt urges her to find the women again.
I enjoyed this mystery particularly the links to New Orleans and the Voodoo, plus the sizzling romance between Arlette and Andre which was fun.
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