After Yoeland of Avalon's entire family is slaughtered in cold-blood, the young noblewoman flees with the only other surviving member of her household, Jasper the Minstrel. They soon fall into the hands of Fulvia of the Forest, a self-styled Robin Hood who leads a rag-tag mob of malcontents. Gradually, Yoeland falls under Fulvia's spell, and when he invites her to participate in the murder of Flavian of Gambrevault, a ruthless nobleman, she agrees. However, when it becomes obvious that Flavian is not a man who deserves to die, Yoeland allows him to escape from Fulvia's clutches. Flavian returns to home to Gambrevault, but himself powerless to stay away from the woman who once wanted him dead.
This action-packed medieval romance was originally published in 1904. There's no sexual content--perfect for those looking for a "clean" read--but there are plenty of fairly bloodless scenes of violence.
Someone is stalking women and murdering them in Key West. Psychics Levi Wolfe and Trudy Tucker join forces to help identify the murderer and stop him. Levi can channel the deceased victims and Trudy can tap into the mind of the killer. As a psychic detective team, they’re formidable. As lovers, they discover that they’re insatiable.
As they grow closer, Trudy wonders if Levi will ever completely trust her and let her know his heart. Levi struggles with his new, tender feelings toward Trudy and worries that she might be in over her head with him and with the case they’re working on. Because if Trudy can see through the killer’s eyes, can the killer see her?