I Know How You Feel: The Sensate

I Know How You Feel: The Sensate

by Nicole Minsk

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I Know How You Feel: The Sensate by Nicole Minsk, Diana Paez

"I know how you feel." People say it. They don't mean it. Hani does. Sure, he's only eighteen, but he knows. Race, age, sex--doesn't matter. He knows.

Things weren't always like this. Hani was a normal guy. Well, as normal as a 6'4 Hawaiian growing up in Texas could be. He did have that strange inability to taste or smell, and there was that whole thing of being mysteriously abandoned in a trash bin as an infant, but apart from that and the stunning good looks, Hani was perfectly normal.

Then, the touch of a woman in a bar ignites Hani's powers, and he can suddenly experience sensations through the nerves of others, smelling what they smell, tasting what they taste, and sex? He can feel everything his partner feels--more than that, he can control every last detail.

What he can't control is how badly he gets hooked on the women he touches and how gravely his body requires that touch. Plus, new powers keep popping up. So it's a good thing when he hooks up with Laurie, the scientist.

Here's hoping that his new girlfriend's sense of what's happening to him and how to control it is better than her sense of fashion, though, because what Hani doesn't know is that someone is looking for him. And what he doesn't know could kill him.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151210034
Publisher: Nicole Minsk
Publication date: 06/02/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Nicole Minsk was born in Boston but grew up in Houston. After a short stint in medical school and a period writing technical documentation for software, she became a litigation attorney. Chapter four of her debut novel, "I Know How You Feel: The Sensate," received an Editor's Choice Award on the Online Writing Workshop for Science Fiction Fantasy, and Horror. Her inspiration for Hani, the Sensate, came when she wished she could feel what her crying infant felt so she could help. In researching her first novel, Nicole consulted a concert violinist, a physician, a surfer, a host of emergency medical technicians, a native speaker of Hawaiian Pidgin English, a Frenchman, a Russian, and a Metallica tribute band guitarist.

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