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Storm Warning

Storm Warning - Toni Anderson Sorcha Logan is looking for peace.
Recently returned to her hometown on Scotland's craggy coast, Sorcha wants to tame the spirits that made her flee. When she finds a corpse in the surf, however, she can't suppress the memory of discovering her father's body. Nor can she suppress the ghosts that haunt her—or the town's conviction that she's dangerous, and a witch.
Ben Foley is looking for a killer.
An American DEA agent, Ben is in town to investigate the suspicious death of his partner. He's sure that Sorcha knows more than she's letting on—but the more time he spends with the sexy suspect, the less he can fight their illicit attraction. And the less certain he is she's involved with a drug cartel.
But can Ben protect Sorcha from being set up? Or worse—killed?


My 2 cents:

Sorcha moves back to Scotland to find things have not changed. Everyone still thinks she is a witch after her father died long ago when she was 10. Someone started a rumor and it caught on. When she finds a dead body in the water, things start going down hill from there. A secret DEA agent by the name of Ben thinks she is a drug trafficker or is she? He certainly thinks so, all the signs point that she is. He is also trying to avenge his partners death. Some one ratted him out. Could that also be Sorcha's fault? Sorcha is wondering about Ben, when ever something bad happens to her, Ben is always around. Could he be the cause? There are a lot of twists in this book to keep you guessing. There are some paranormal aspects to the story as well, but don't want to give away anything. There is some romance involved. There is something for everyone to enjoy about this book. Now about half way though I already guessed who did it and was right. Sorcha is independent, but at the same time needy. This was a fun read for me, and keeps you on the edge of your seat wanting to know what else is going to happen.