‘Visons’ is the second book in the Cainsville series, the first book (‘Omens’) was interesting as it was about Olivia Taylor-Jones and her discovery that she is adopted – and that her birth parents are notorious serial killers.
Cainsville is the small and very old fashioned town that Olivia finds herself in and things start to get weird. ‘Omens’ was more of a detective novel than urban fantasy, but there were elements of fantasy and hints of fae things running amok.
‘Visions’ is less detective work and more running around like loons – also more fae hints. As with the previous book the ending came out of the blue somewhat, but it is a trilogy so an element of plot cramming is to be expected.
The matter of Olivia’s parents guilt is an interesting plotline in its own right, adding in the fae makes it potentially more interesting and confusing. I am not sure that the third book needs the love triangle that ‘Visions’ has set up, it starts feeling a bit like ‘Trueblood’ and I am just waiting for the Shifters to appear.
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