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Posted November 25, 2013
Posted October 19, 2013
Exciting book. I found myself liking Shay very much. I was drawn into her plight because I liked her. This book was very tense and exciting.
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Posted August 14, 2013
Posted March 23, 2014
Enjoyable paranormal suspense…
Shay Lassiter runs a charitable foundation that helps those in need including animals. She has psychic abilities tied to energies and reading people. A year ago her fiancé tried to psychically kill her but with the help of friends she survived and turned the tide against him. She has been guarded ever since and questions her abilities after they failed her in truly seeing who her fiancé was. She meets Roman and is stunned by what he makes her feel but there is a wall around him, something blocking her from reading him and that is a serious concern.
Roman Chandler is an ex-cop who is now a computer security specialist and an artist. He’s had a relationship with Shay via computer for a while and has been looking forward to meeting her in person now that he is back in town. She has been his muse and his paintings are of her though he painted them without a face. He wonders how to tell her this and how she will take it as their relationship progresses. He has had no psychic dealings before and has much to accept to be with Shay; for it is a part of her, it is who she is.
People that Shay knows are dying, one close to her, others acquaintances and something about it really doesn’t feel right. Shay reaches out to her psychic friend Stefan as well as Ronin Chandler, a cop who she has had dealings with before and the brother to Roman. Together they seek the person behind the dark evil energy that is causing harm to those that Shay cares about.
This was an enjoyable paranormal suspense with a compelling storyline which will have you suspending your belief system. An open mind is needed as there is much of the psychic in this book. There are multiple points of views which heightened the mystery and intrigue. My attention was captured from page one and kept until the end. This reader did not see the twist in the identity of the perpetrator coming. The romance between Shay and Roman was sweet, they are the life partner that each has been waiting for. The romance was a bit overshadowed by all the action in the story. You do not need to have read the other books in the series to enjoy this one.
One thing of note, this book could have used an editor, noted 28 errors which were distracting.
Posted March 12, 2014
Posted August 17, 2013
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