Camille Ellis is the Earthen Conclave’s golden girl. Her peculiar talent solves cases with a touch. She isn’t afraid of getting her hands dirty, but every bright star casts a shadow, and her deepest scars lurk just beneath the skin.
A routine consultation goes sideways when a victim’s brother gets involved in the investigation. Riding the edge of grief, the warg will go to any lengths to avenge his sister’s death. Even if it means ensuring Cam’s cooperation at the jaws of his wolf.
When the killer strikes again, Cam is caught between a warg and a hard place. To save the next victim, she must embrace her past. Even if it means dragging her darkest secrets into the light of day.
Dead in the Water begins when Cam is asked to assist in a case where young women are being murdered by drowning them. She has a past that she would rather forget, but she feels it is necessary to work this case to atone for the things she let happen before. However, when a warg's sister is caught things get even more intense for came. Now, she has this warg named Cord hot on her trail till he finds the person who killed his sister, and Cam knows that some secrets are starting to come to light that shouldn't. This book was very interesting. I really enjoyed the whole plot line, and the story development was very interesting as well. The only thing that irritated me was Cam's "everything is my fault" attitude, other than that she was pretty awesome and I really enjoyed her a whole lot. I also can't wait to read more, and find out more about her and Cord, to see if that goes anywhere. I'm looking forward to reading more in this series.