Cunja

by US United States
October 5, 2012

Average: 5 (2 votes)

CunjaWhen news reporter, Priscilla Hart suffers a near fatal attack by a mysterious creature, she finds herself at the mercy of the very detective she swindled for privileged information regarding a homicide story she’s covering.
Detective Logan Payne doesn’t trust her. His focus is to prove she’s fabricating the attack to get closer to her sources again. But as the case heats up, he’s torn between proving her a fraud and giving in to the smoldering desire he feels for the attractive reporter.
The predator’s trail leads to the unearthing of a peculiar medallion and an ancient Cajun spell known as Cunja. The more he discovers, the more he’s convinced she isn’t lying at all. But will it be too late to save the woman he loves from the clutches of a madman?

 

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Cunja review
The cover of author Donnette Smith’s Cunja screams for a prospective reader to look inside. If they make a wise decision to buy the book, they will glad they did. Cunja grabs the reader in the first few paragraphs, and like the teeth of a ravenous lion does not let go until the end. An evolving romance between the protagonist and the heroine is wrought with complications as each character struggles with their love for one another against what they want to accomplish. Mrs. Smith presents subplots with expert timing, allowing the reader a chance to catch their breath while the main plot unfolds to reveal a very creative approach to writing in multiple genres. Cunja is a mystery, suspense, and romance with an element of time travel delivering characters that come to life with strong plotting to provide a unique and entertaining read with a surprise ending that does a wonderful job of resolving the main plot with subplots. Mrs. Smith has delivered with Cunja and is an author to be reckoned with. We will hear from her again.
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