For brilliant paranormal profiler Sloan Skye, a reluctant trip into her past will bring her face to face with a killer who shouldn’t exist. . .Being a skeptic is somehow making Sloan Skye one of the best profilers in the FBI‘s new Paranormal Behavioral Analysis Unit. True, her so-called love life isn’t any less tangled, but she’s beginning to believe she’s found a place where her uber-geek smarts and her more out-there methods fit perfectly.Unfortunately, all the incredible things she’s seen can’t prepare Sloan for the ultimate horror show. . .returning to her old high school. Someone–or some thing–is draining blood out of local teenage girls while they sleep. And the only way Sloan can solve the case is to push past her training and surrender to powers beyond her formidable logic to root out one very elusive killer. . .”An engaging police procedural paranormal starring a likeable heroine. . .fast-paced.” –Genre Go Round Reviews
“A refreshing paranormal series. . .mystery and intrigue, new exciting paranormal creatures, and the possibility of a love triangle. . .” –Paranormaladdicts.com
Each book in this series gets better and better. Sloan has to go back to high school, for something or someone is killing girls while they are asleep. There is no signs of forced entry, so how are they getting in? To me this would be torture, for I did not like high school. Her love life is a regular soap opera. This book has well-developed characters and story line, with characters that help to move the story along. I love this series and I give this boo 4/5 stars.
Gifted profiler Sloan Skye joins the hunt for an elusive serial killer–and discovers a breed of criminal few know exists…A cynic by nature, Sloan Skye wasn’t thrilled when she was assigned to the FBI‘s Paranormal Behavioral Analysis Unit. But her doubts are slowly easing, especially when she sees that working on the fringe allows her to use some of her more unconventional tactics. Most of all, Sloan’s grateful her career is on track–because her love life, if you can even call it that, is in shambles.Sloan is searching for a suspect who slays his female victims at night, and bizarrely drains their bodies of blood. Bad enough, but when Sloan learns what the killer is really after, she can barely sleep at night. When the suspect guns for someone very close to Sloan, it’s time to throw out the rules and face her deepest fears…
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BLOOD OF INNOCENCEhas well-developed character and story line. They have a nasty serial killer , who kills pregnant woman and drains their blood like a vampire. At one point in the story, Sloan and JT stopped to get breakfast on their way to re-check the crime scenes and when they came out JT’s car was on fire. Sloan’s computer and go to bag was destroyed. Her dad who she thought was dead is now back with her mom, and her mom is pregnant. We have a little romance going on with Sloan liking two men, but she keeps them at arm’s length. This a great installment to the series with paranormal mystery and a little romance. I loved BLOOD OF INNOCENCE and i give it 4/5 stars.
This mind-blowing new series introduces Sloan Skye, an ambitious intern at the FBI‘s paranormal unit, where the usual rules of crime fighting don’t apply. . .Sloan has a sky-high IQ, a chaotic personal life, and a dream: to work for the FBI. Her goal is within reach until an error lands her with the FBI’s ugly stepchild: the new Paranormal Behavioral Analysis Unit. She’ll get to profile criminals, but the pool of suspects is a little more. . .diverse. Yet even as Sloan tackles her first case–a string of victims, all with puncture wounds to the neck–she can’t silence her inner para-skeptic.To catch the killer she’ll have to think like one. That means casting aside her doubts, and dealing with bizarre nightmares that started with the job. But the strangeness is only beginning, as Sloan pieces together the shocking truth about a case that’s more personal than she ever would have guessed.
I really enjoyed BLOOD OF EDEN, and the book did go into many directions as stated in other reviews that I read. I don’t believe it took away from the story, but helped the story along. Sloan Skye’s dream of going to work for the FBI, but it is shot down. Then she is assigned to the PBAU (paranormal behavioral analysis unit). Where she learns that there is more out there than she knew. Now she has to figure out what is killing people and why she is having these dreams. She is still a skeptic and not about to believe that there is a vampire on the loose. Tami Dane was able to create believable characters, and a well-developed story line. Like I said i loved the book and therefore I give it 5/ 5 stars.