Book Review – Wicked Wind by Sharon Kay



With the uncanny ability to control the wind, Nicole Bonham spends her life hiding her gift. Deciding to take control of her power, she dispenses her own brand of vigilante justice in Chicago’s worst neighborhoods. One night, she runs into a gorgeous demon.

Lash demon Gunnar prowls Earth and several supernatural realms to help maintain peace among the immortal species. His chance encounter with Nicole creates a hurricane of sparks between them, and he can’t let her out of his sight until he discovers her true identity. In his two hundred years, he has never seen a creature like her.

Nicole is frightened by Gunnar’s awareness that she isn’t human, but her thirst for knowledge outweighs her fear of the new world that he reveals to her. With his help, she uncovers her origin while strengthening her ability and surviving a crash course in all things demonic.

≈Shasta’s 5 Star Thoughts≈

Since I love Paranormal Romances, I could not wait to get started reading Wicked Winds by Sharon Kay. At first, I had an idea in my mind of what the book was going to be about, but Kay completely shattered that thought. I absolutely fell in love with this book. This book was HOT!!!!

Kay throws in a strong female lead with Nicole Bonham, your not so average female with the little secret of manipulating the wind. Along with her sister Brooke they tend to hit the streets looking for way to help defend the innocent.

Along the way Nicole meets Gunnar, who happens to be a demon from another realm. He is on Earth to help protect it from other demons, when he by chance crosses paths with Nicole. Seeing that he has never met anyone like her, she intrigues him and he wants to know more about her, but he also finds that he has feelings for her that he has never felt before.

“Two women interceded in a fight between a beefy man and a diminutive young woman. It didn’t appear that they stumbled upon the scene unprepared; rather, it seemed that they were looking for it. Their speed and efficient grace were a marvel to watch; their martial skills unquestionable. But the jolt of power from the blond woman floored him. The lingering trace of it piqued his curiosity because he didn’t recognize it. She wasn’t a demon, vampire, or shifter.”

Of course throw in some other demons, a trip to another realm, and of course a hideous demon, who is bent of ruling all realms, and you have one amazing book. But considering that Nicole has other sisters and with the twists and turns in the book, Kay has left me wanting more. This is a great start to the beginning of a great series in my opinion.