Today I am reviewing the third book in the Seal Island Trilogy The Selkie Sorceress by Sophie Moss.
Blurb: American detective Sam Holt has a knack for finding people who shouldn’t be found. When his last case almost killed an innocent woman, he swore off detective work forever. But when this same woman asks him for one last investigation–to find her husband’s long lost mother–Sam cannot refuse. Clairvoyant Irish artist Glenna McClure will do anything to stop Sam, even if it means teaming up with a powerful sorceress who she knows she cannot trust. But when the petals of a mysterious night-blooming rose begin to turn black, Glenna realizes that an even darker force is at work. To protect the people she loves, Glenna will have to face a terrible curse that has haunted her all her life before the final petal fades to ash.
My Review: The last of this series is maybe my favorite. It seemed a little more dark and the plot takes many twists and turns. The Sea Witch is at her worst and that is a great thing. The whole island, and the people on it are threatened with their very lives, as Sam unravels this final Fairy Tale come true. Great story well written and edited. I would highly recommend this series to anyone. 5 stars goes out to MS. Moss.