One kiss, one touch, one night. It's all she wants to last her forever.
Psychic Juliana Westwood returns home after twelve years and foresees a young girl's abduction. Not only does she risk her life delving into the mind of a dangerous kidnapper, she risks her heart assisting the lead detective and child's uncle...the man she was forced to leave behind. Juliana knows Alex doesn't trust her, but can she endure another twelve years without him?
He deadened his heart against loss. Her return changed everything.
Alex MacKenzie's wary of reconnecting with the woman who broke his heart, but he knows Juliana can save his niece. As they race against time chasing clues, Alex realizes he'll fight to give Juliana a lifetime of forevers...if the kidnapper doesn't destroy her first.
CHASING SHADOWS was previously published by Ellora's Cave Publishing (Blush Imprint). This new edition has been editorially revised and updated.
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About the Author
Erin lives in sunny Northern California, and in her spare time, she enjoys reading, photography, and re-landscaping her backyard, even though she hates digging holes...unless she's burying fictional bodies! Erin also confesses to a fascination with American muscle cars...and reality TV shows. For more information about Erin and her novels, please visit her website at http://ww.erinrichards.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Interesting from the get-go...not sure if i will continue thiss series tho.
Chasing Shadows is a masterfully written suspense novel. I don't normally like a limited point of view story, but this one contained smart and complex central characters who kept me interested. The psychic aspect was unique for this reader, and I loved the fact that Ms. Richards made me continue to guess as to the identity of the villain. I also loved the romance--- a solid love lost, love found type--- yet handled so well I never felt bored. Five stars!
First I must say that I was very attracted to the premise of this story. Hunky cop and psychic who have a past, flung together on a case. Compelling! I also like what Ms. Richards did with the extrasensory perception angle, the connection between the psychic mind and the criminal mind, and telepathy. I don't want to give too much away, but that was fascinating! She is also extremely descriptive, drawing on all of the senses, sight, smell, touch, hearing, and taste. It really pulls you into the story. The suspense was handled well as, while I suspected the character that turned out to be behind the kidnapping, I also suspected several other characters, too. And when the reveal came, it made sense. (I hate it when authors choose someone so far out in left field in order to surprise the reader, that the motives don't seem genuine because they weren't at least hinted at earlier in the book.) Alex and Jules have the shadows of their pasts and the villain is not only lurking in the shadows, he is overshadowed himself. You'll have to read it to find out what I mean by that! The writing really zings when it comes from the villain's point of view. Creepy! Thanks, Ms. Richards, for sharing your story with us!