This is the seventh and presumably the final Drake sister romance of the series...and much the way Christine Feehan introduced the series with mystical and spellbinding characters (anyone remember: Magic in the Wind) Magic in the Wind (Drake Sisters, Book 1) rather short, but still enjoyable...the series ends with a disturbing prose.
Stavros Gratsos, is a well-to-do Greek businessman involved in trafficking humans, Elle Drake must try her best to blend in with the social scene as she goes undercover to investigate. Yet, there is something strange about this man. Elle, now working under the guise of Sheena MacKenzie, is unable to use her psychic abilities on him - and thus unable to read his being. The book falls apart when the youngest Drake sister is forced to Stavros' private island.
Distraught and confused, Deputy Sheriff Jackson Deveau - the man that loves Elle, does all he can to find and return Elle to Sea Haven. Concerns are further raised when he learns that her six older sisters are unable to telepathically link to Elle. Will they be able to locate her? And if so, what has happened to her? Who is Stavros Gratsos? And how is he able to block their psychic abilities? I will stop there, but there are some very graphic and disturbing scenes coming up.
With all Christine Feehan books...the characters are drawn like an artist painting a masterpiece - and for this book that is a problem - the book also can overwhelm the reader with the number of characters in it - there are a lot! But the villain...Oh, the villain. The villain is one that is so depraved that all seven sisters (and more) are needed to bring his reign of sadistic terror to an end.
If you are new to the series, Hidden Currents (Drake Sisters, Book 7) is not the book you want. The characters and plot are so disturbing that you'll find yourself lost without having read the earlier books. If you are caught up with the series, then book 7 was a bad way to end a great series..............Skip it, and read the book I would highly recommend that blends mysticism and romance together flawlessly is JoAnna Wylde's novel Price of Pleasure-- Price of Pleasure -- that is, if you are one of the few that haven't read it yet.