Review: Divine Intervention by Cheryl Kaye Tardif

26 September 2011
Title: Divine Intervention

Author: Cheryl Kaye Tardif

Series: Volume One

Publisher: Imajin Books

Date: April 24, 2010

Pages: 70,455 words approx.

ISBN: 978-1926997018

Source: Bought

Purchase: Amazon, Kindle, Smashwords


Summary from Smashwords: CFBI agent Jasmine McLellan leads a psychically gifted team in the hunt for a serial arsonist―a murderer who has already taken the lives of three innocent people. Unleashing her gift as a Pyro-Psychic, Jasi is compelled toward smoldering ashes and enters the killer's mind. A mind bent on destruction and revenge. (#1 in series) "Sci-fi and mystery fans will love this book." Writer's Digest

My Thoughts: I loved the mystery aspect of this book and the whole premise. I didn't find much in the way of Sci-Fi, but maybe I wasn't really looking for it. There were indications of high tech computer usage and other bits and pieces, but this book could have been written in modern day and I would not have been the wiser.

Jasmine McLellan, Jasi to her friends, leads a team to hunt down a serial arsonist bent on destruction. There isn't a whole lot I can tell you about the story without giving too much away. But I can share the fact that Jasi meets up with a firefighter, Brandon Walsh, who makes himself available (in more ways than one) to help Jasi and her team.


My thoughts on this, though, were that it was a little slow to start. But once I got into the story it moved along quickly. Lots of twists and turns actually kept me guessing, because quite frankly, I can usually figure out the mystery aspect of it all halfway through the book. So kudos to Cheryl for keeping me on my toes! I would have never expected “Whodunit”.

 

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