Ruby: A Mystic Stones Jewel

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Attraction pulls Ava Tanner to her client Tom Walker, but her professionalism prevents her from making any moves.
Tom wants Ava in more ways than one and his desires are almost too much to keep inside. He needs her, but he doesn't want to scare her away for fear of angering the council.
Will the spark between Ava and Tom turn into something more, or will Ava allow it to fizzle out? More
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Words: 5,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301706273
About Kayla Curry

Kayla Curry lives in North Platte, Nebraska with her husband and two children. She likes spending time with family and friends when she's not working front desk at a local hotel or writing. Her other hobbies include reading and arts and crafts. You can visit her website to keep up on her progress in the Mystic Stones Series.

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Review by: S.M. Boyce on March 28, 2013 :
Rubyis a paranormal short story from the Mystic Stones series by Kayla Curry. Curry released this short 5,000-word tale of her two main characters to tease readers into exploring the series, and it definitely works.

The short is a glimpse into the relationship between the two main characters, Ava and Tom. Ava is a leasing agent in a business complex, and her job is basically to rent out offices to wealthy business tenants. Tom, similarly, runs Psytech—one of the companies that rents from the company Ava works for.

The paranormal catch? Tom is a vampire. An important one who works for powerful people. And he wants Ava… both for business and personal reasons.

Because Ruby is just a teaser, we don’t get a lot answers behind Tom’s paranormal nature. Honestly, more questions are raised than answered, but that’s what happens in a teaser. The pacing worked well, and the sections were evenly split between Tom and Ava’s perspectives. It was easy to follow along.

I enjoyed Ruby. There was danger, a hint of romance, and a promise of something exciting to come in the Mystic Stones series. I’d say give it a try—who knows? You might fall in love with the series.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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