Book Review # 19 - The Wild Sight

The Wild Sight


Loucinda McGary

Back Cover: "Born with the clairvoyance known to the Irish as 'the sight', Donovan O'Shea fled to America to escape his vision. On a return trip to Ireland to see his ailing father, staggering family secrets threaten to turn his world upside down. And then beautiful, sensual Rylie Powell shows up, claiming to be his half-sister... After her mother's death, Rylie finds tantalizing clues that send her off to Ireland to find the man listed on her birth certificate as her father. She needs the truth--but how can she and Donovan be brother and sister when the chemistry between them is nearly irresistible?"

The Wild Sight is a paranormal romance mystery set in Ireland. Donovan has come to Ireland to visit his father who had a stroke. Artifacts from the bronze age have been discovered on his father's property and whenever Donovan touches any of the pieces he is thrust into a vision of the past. During the dig a dead body from the past is found. Donovan's visions reveal who and how the person was killed which leads to a bigger mystery. While he is dealing with that and his father's illness, Rylie appears claiming she is his half sister. Throw in an intense attraction between the two, which can not be consumated until they find out the truth of Rylie's heritage and solve the mystery of the murders. Are they all connected?

The Wild Sight is the debut novel for new author, Loucinda McGary. The story is very well done and very compelling. Find out more about Loucinda at her website.

Pages: 336
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Released: October 1, 2008
Genre: Paranormal Romance


  1. Ooooh...this looks good and would work well with my 999 Reading Challenge!

  2. Yippee! I found a copy at our library! Thank you oodles & gobs!!

  3. I'm back again...I didn't like it at all. When they kissed and didn't yet know they weren't brother and sister...yuck! Upset my stomach.


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