Guitar Man by Marie Treanor
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Full Length (192 pgs )
Rating: 4 Cherries
Reviewed by Hydrangea
Book two in the Psychic Seductions series.
Ellie’s a powerful psychic who can’t seem to hold onto her man. When she’s dumped at the altar—again—she swears off men and takes her wounded heart to Scotland, where she promptly runs into the best-ever one-night stand from her past, sexy, adventurous busker Chris.
Chris is as hot—and as good in bed—as he was when they first met. But something’s different now, something that changes him into a terrifying threat all her psychic abilities can’t overcome. Now it’s up to Ellie—free Chris from the evil possessing him, and claim him as her own.
If you want to read a book with a strong psychic, a battle against evil, and sensual scenes, this is the book for you.
More than a year ago, Ellie, a psychic, and Chris, a street-musician, had a no-strings encounter.
Ellie is a great heroine. She is strong and feisty without being overbearing, her powers are neat, and she goes after what she wants. Chris is fun and charming, with an appealing good-guy quality. I liked how he interacted with Ellie. The progression of their relationship from no-strings to love was believable, hot and caring. Even when their relationship was in trouble, they were strong and, with the help of their friends, found their way back to one another.
Guitar Man never got boring or predictable. The sensual scenes were very exciting. I enjoyed the secondary characters, who were interesting in their own right. The ones on Ellie's and Chris side rocked. I’d love to see a sequel about them. And the villain was also interesting and multidimensional.
The supernatural elements in the story were great, and I was on the edge of my seat wanting to find out what happened to Chris.
If you like books with supernatural elements, a good plot, fun characters and good sensual scenes, I truly believe you will enjoy Guitar Man.