Dark Obsession

Dark Obsession

by Terri Molina

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Overview

A chance encounter seals the fate of a reclusive farmer and a mysterious woman who's on the run from a man who will stop at nothing to control her--including murder.

Ray Chavez doesn't believe in visions or omens or the mysticism of his Mexican/Indian heritage. When he's awakened by the spirit of this great-grandmother with a message that something is coming, Ray passes it off as a bad dream. But he may just reconsider his position when he finds Lexie Solis stranded on the edge of town, in search of a new life. Ray feels an instant attraction, as well as a connection, to the skittish young woman, and he pursues a relationship with her. But what Lexie doesn't tell Ray or his family, is that she is on the run from an abusive ex-boyfriend and he may be more powerful than even she wants to believe. When Lexie is assaulted by an unseen force, they learn that the man she is hiding from is a master of the dark arts and his obsession with Lexie goes beyond his need to control her; he wants to possess her soul as well. As their past lives parallel, Lexie's only hope for salvation is in Ray's hands.

Can he accept his destiny in time to save the woman he loves?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781499602562
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/05/2014
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Terri Molina is a native Texan, born and raised in Southeast Texas. She is an active member of the Romance Writers of America including the Northwest Houston Chapter and Desert Rose Chapter in Phoenix, Arizona. She writes multicultural romantic suspense, blending in the flavor of the Southwest with her Mexican heritage. After years of living a nomadic life with her Coast Guard husband, she now resides in Southeast Arizona with her husband, four children and a dog. When she's not writing she enjoys reading, singing karaoke with the kids and spending time with family and friends.

To learn more visit her at www.terrimolina.com

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Dark Obsession 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
arlenadean More than 1 year ago
Author: Terri Molina Published By: Crimson Romance AgeRecommended: Adult Reviewed By: Arlena Dean Book Blog For: GMTA Rating: 4 Review: "Dark Obession" by Terri Molina was a suspenseful thriller paranormal romance that once you started reading, it was hard to put down until the end. This authors style of writing was very good keeping you in touch with just what was going on even with the ghost magic imagery. The two main characters Lexie Solis and Ray Chavez will take the reader on a roller coaster ride...yes sometimes even creepy...and let me mention a few other characters that were simply off the chart good...really drawing you into the read...Sylvia..who had very good 'protective qualities'(I really love her)...and black magic with Jerry..the bad guy.Now, I know you are wondering where is this taking the reader...Well, this is where I say you must pick up this well written novel "Dark Obession" to find out what this is all about. You will definitely see it is one of those story of good vs evil. OK, here is a little bite..Lexie who is on the run for her life, is rescued by Ray and his sister. With all that Lexie has been through she finds it hard to trust and definitely love wasn't in the picture..but after some defenses are let down with the help of Ray...will they be able to defeat the black magic (Jerry)?..Will they finally find love?....I will leave that up to you to find out from the read. If you are in for a good paranormal romance read you have come to the right place for "Dark Obession" will give it to you and YES, I would recommend this novel as a good read.
DianeJewkes More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading Dark Obsession by Terri Molina, and I really enjoyed it. Her characters draw you in immediately, and even though it is a paranormal, the normal, is so believable that the inclusion of magic does not stretch the imagination. Even the Jerry, the bad guy, while practicing black magic, still shows a completely, though creepy, normal side(as normal as an obsessive, stalker can be!). Lexie is young, and the story of her coming into her own anchors the story nicely. Ray is a great hero; not perfect, but willing to grow, and Sylvia is a sister anyone would want. I would recommend this to anyone who likes romantic suspense with paranormal elements.