Tuesday, July 11, 2017


Title: Freaky Hearts
Series: Mystic Caravan #3
Author: Amanda M. Lee
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Poet Parker his having a rough time of it … and then some. 
She owes her boss Max Anderson everything for saving her from a life on the streets, but Mystic Caravan’s favorite psychic is struggling because that loyalty caused her to lose a shot at true love. 
When the circus hits Brigham City, the nature lovers in the troupe are looking forward to visiting the Great Salt Lake while Poet can’t shake the feeling that someone … or rather some dark thing … is watching her. Her discomfort doesn’t ease back at the circus, where Kade Denton is busy pretending she doesn’t exist while he grapples with the truth about his parentage. 
When a local boy goes missing, the police show up at the circus and announce that everyone is a suspect. The suspicion only grows when the missing boy turns up alive in an adjacent field. Even after returning him to his parents, the police refuse to back down and Poet finds the walls closing in. 
Between a shady cabin in the woods, local legends about saltwater monsters and angry ghosts that may be waging war on outsiders, and Kade’s inability to stay away even though his anger still festers, Poet has her hands full. 
As always, though, the show must go on. The circus runs like a well-oiled machine … until trouble comes calling. Poet finds it’s difficult to straddle the line between magical demands and emotional reality and when the enemy becomes clear she finds she might be the ultimate target. 
Can Mystic Caravan’s band of merry mischief makers hold it together long enough to take down another foe? Only time will tell whether Poet’s happy ending is within her reach … or if death with find her first.

    

Freaky Hearts begins with Poet being heart broken because of what happened in the previous book. Also, Kade is spending more and more time with Raven and that is like a knife to the heart for Poet. But when Poet is attacked and Kade comes to the rescue, he can't stay away from her after that. And as some more truths come out things get more complicated between them. 

This book was really good! I thought it was better than the previous two books, and I adored Kade and Poet together. I still hate the stuff that went on with Raven, but I was happy with the outcome, and the story line was really interesting. I look forward to more in this series now! 
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