Dream of Me: The Men of CLEU

Dream of Me: The Men of CLEU

by Shelley Adina


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Book 2 in The Men of CLEU miniseries, part of the Moonshell Bay romance series!

Only in his dreams ...

It's tough on a girl when her big sister is a high-powered investigator with CLEU, Washington State's Covert Law Enforcement Unit, but Tessa Nichols is doing her best to work through a master's degree and handle life like an adult. Hardly anyone takes her seriously, anyway, which is frustrating when the visions she's had all her life and the warnings of the Tarot get to be too much to take. But when she sees a young girl tied to a bed, there's no way she can let that go, so she offers her abilities to the girl's father-a computer exec with an estate in Moonshell Bay-in an attempt to help him find his missing child.

Security expert Griffin Knox is about to wring his employer's neck for bringing this laughing, bohemian female in on his case. He relies on facts, on order-and locating his boss's daughter fast can only happen if he uses the skills he gained when he was a cop. Not Tarot cards, for Pete's sake.

But Tessa's visions have an eerie habit of revealing more than just the truth ... and when she starts showing up in his own dreams, what's a cool-headed ex-cop to do?

"Her hero and heroine shine ... with a good paranormal theme, [Adina's] read is compelling." -RT Book Reviews

Note to readers: This book contains sexual tension but no sex on the page. The bedroom door is firmly closed.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781939087560
Publisher: Moonshell Books, Inc.
Publication date: 07/23/2016
Series: Moonshell Bay , #2
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Shelley Adina is the author of 24 novels published by Harlequin, Warner, and Hachette, and a dozen more published by Moonshell Books, Inc., her own independent press. She writes steampunk and contemporary romance as Shelley Adina, and as Adina Senft, writes Amish women's fiction. She holds an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University in Pennsylvania, where she teaches as adjunct faculty. She won RWA's RITA Award® in 2005, and was a finalist in 2006. When she's not writing, Shelley is usually quilting, sewing historical costumes, or hanging out in the garden with her flock of rescued chickens.

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