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Reviewed by Samantha Gregory for Readers' Favorite
A Gypsy's Kiss (The Sectorium Series Book 1) by Susan Griscom is about a girl called Breena, who is at college and makes spare cash by reading tarot cards for people. The thing is, Breena can really see the future. When she touches a person, she can see the next twelve hours of their life and they can see it too. Because of her ability, Breena struggles to have a relationship as she must always be careful of who she touches. Then she meets Hawk Covington and all she wants to do is touch him! But Hawk has problems of his own as he believes he is being stalked and he needs Breena's help to figure out who is after him. Can he resist her, though?
Susan Griscom has created a great supernatural romance in A Gypsy's Kiss (The Sectorium Series Book 1). The main characters are well developed, especially Breena as she struggles to cope with her 'gift.' She is resourceful, though, and knows how to handle herself. Hawk is a good match for her and the chemistry between them is great. The plot line for both of them is a novel way to keep the two of them apart and ramp up the tension. There are a lot of similar books on the market, but I think this book will do very well because it is easy to get into and the characters are relatable. A good start to the series, and I look forward to reading more from this author.