Michaela Blaze has spent the last eight years of her life hiding from her past. At the age of 16 she became involved with a murderer who used her gift of telekinesis to steal, lie and kill, it was only the care of her loving Uncle that led her to testify against her then boyfriend despite his threats and hatred. Michaela believes that her former career as a master thief is long over until, for the first time in her life, she is accused of a crime she did not commit.|
When the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art is robbed it quickly becomes obvious that Michaela is the prime, and only, suspect with means, opportunity and motive the only way to keep herself out of jail will be to work with the curious Detective Reyn to find the true culprit. While his partner continues to build a case against Michaela, Reyn and Michaela find themselves in the unlikely position of becoming friends and perhaps something more until Jesse Spencer arrives. At first Michaela believes that Jesse is also interested in the art gallery robbery but that’s a lie spun to gain Michaela’s trust, his real interest is in the origins of her telekinetic abilities.
As Michaela becomes more desperate to prove her innocence it becomes clear that her past mistakes have contributed to her present situation. Michaela is running out of time to uncover the truth and when her allies begin to turn on her the situation escalates until more than her freedom is at stake, now she’s fighting for her life.
Blue Blood is the first book in a series of four thrilling novels that delicately interweave the supernatural with the ordinary. The story rockets the reader towards a shattering finale that will change Michaela’s life forever. Urban fantasy fans will enjoy Michaela’s dark and twisted character, the love triangle that forms between Michaela, Reyn and Spencer, and the intriguing plotline that incorporates a light touch of humour to soften the violent events. The reader will be drawn in to Michaela’s heart, mind and struggles as she battles her difficult past and confronts her murky future.