Recently released from a mental institution, Beth Gregory accepts a job as a live-in secretary/PA to the reclusive painter Josh Warrington. Beth's long red hair fascinates him from the first moment he sees her and Josh wants her to be his Rapunzel for a series of fairy tale paintings he's working on.
Beth has two major fears: that she will be sent back to the mental hospital and the visions which landed her there in the first place will return. They do; this time giving her glimpses of murders before they happen. Beth becomes the main suspect in the murder investigation and then she has the most disturbing vision of all: she will become the next victim...
"This suspenseful story is filled with twists and red herrings, and kept this reader on edge. The developing romance with Josh is a tender one and very satisfying." - 3 hearts, eHarlequin.com
"The plot of the suspense is very well written - with each character playing a part of the whole. There aren't any "wasted" characters or major red herrings and the clues are revealed at a good pace - not frantic or chaotic." - AlexJouJou 4 stars Manic Readers
"I was surprised at how quickly I became enmeshed in finding out who, what, when and why in this intricately crafted tale of love and murder. It's always pleasing to me when a book just kind of reaches out and grabs you making you read until the questions are answered. Although this is a romance, it is also something written along the lines of the old Hitchcockian themes where clues are given, but you're so involved that they escape until the end when it suddenly makes sense and you go "I should have figured that out". A real treat to read." - Witchgiggles, alternative-read.com
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About the Author
Annette Gisby grew up in a small town in Northern Ireland moving to London when she was seventeen. Being a very small town there were no bookshops and a small library. When she’d devoured every book she could get her hands on in the library, she started writing her own stories so she would always have something to read later. When not writing she enjoys reading, cinema, theatre, walks along deserted beaches or wandering around ruined castles (great places for inspiration!) She still lives in London with her husband, a collection of porcelain dolls and stuffed penguins and enough books to fill a small library. It’s diminishing gradually since the discovery of ebooks but still has a way to go.