Extrasensual Perception

Extrasensual Perception

by Rayna Vause

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BN ID: 2940157174705
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 01/15/2017
Series: Dreamspun Desires , #26
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 770,149
File size: 2 MB

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Extrasensual Perception 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
amatate More than 1 year ago
Extrasensual Perception was a good, lighter book that provided a lively escape for me this week. The psychic element wove perfectly into the story, foreshadowing the excitement but also injecting some mystery as the characters tried to uncover the person stalking and threatening them. Both the main and secondary characters were interesting and likable. Jack and Chris had distinct personalities and the reader gets a brief, but decent background on them and their families. There wasn’t a lot of growth in this book, and though that that fit with the generally lighter feel in the book, it kept me from getting swept away by their story. I did like the way the romance steadily grew between Chris and Jack. There wasn’t instalove and it followed a fairly natural progression that resulting in some nice heat. I also found Jack’s skepticism about Chris’s abilities provided an interesting conflict that created some tension between the two and offered some depth and growth opportunities for the characters. The writing and dialogue reinforced the tone of Extrasensual Perception- steady, solid, and casual. The conflicts kept me engaged with satisfying and well developed resolutions. I think this had the bones to be a really intriguing story if it was longer and there was time for more depth and development to the characters and relationships. However, it also didn’t feel half-baked, so I wasn’t left bored or frustrated either. The narrator was new to me but he worked well with the book, keeping an even keeled rhythm with good diction. In a word, I’d characterize the book and performance as low-key. While I was listening to this audiobook, I was reading a book that wore out my emotions so this proved to be a great counterbalance and palate cleanser. Overall, this was an enjoyable easy listen with just enough action and mystery to keep things interesting. If you’re in need of a break from heavy angst, I think this would be a good fit. *Reviewed audiobook for Alpha Book Club*