Love & Omens

Carrie Pulkinen
Love & Omens
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Carrie Pulkinen
Release Date
November 2019
Book 2 of Crescent City Ghost Tours
Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery

She sees the future.
He reads the past.
The present could kill them both.

Knowing how things will end before they even begin is a curse New Orleans tour guide Sydney Park has endured since she was a child. Her premonitions make surprises few and far between, and dating…

What's the point?

Reading the past in objects has caused more trouble for Blake Beaumont than he cares to admit. Opening the Museum of the Macabre is his last attempt at using his ability and his college degree to make a living.

But the artifacts he's acquired have haunting attachments that could put everyone's lives in danger.

When Blake joins forces with Sydney's tour company, he jumps at the chance to rekindle his relationship with her. She can't help but fall for him all over again, until an ominous vision of a closed-casket funeral stops her cold.

Someone she loves is going to die.

If Sydney and Blake can't unravel the mystery, their haunted pasts will eclipse any chance of a future.

If you like strong heroines and haunting mystery, you'll love this spellbinding tale of romance in the Big Easy.

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
May 09, 2021   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
14 people found the following review helpful
LOVE & OMENS is the second book in the Crescent City Ghost Tours series and features Sydney, who has visions of the future, and Blake, who can read the past from objects. These two were together eight years ago but Sydney had a vision and broke it off with him before the vision could come to pass. Eight years later and they are back in the same town, working together, and trying to figure out just what went wrong.

This was a fantastic read. There is plenty of action with strange goings on in the middle of the night, ghost activity, and a rival Krewe, not forgetting a rekindled love story. I would have preferred to have read book one if only to have known the characters better but you could still read this one as a standalone.

The pacing is smooth and the characters are all fully developed. There are red herrings aplenty with the mystery to keep you on your toes.

A great addition to the series and definitely recommended by me.
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