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Wrong Number: An Erotic Paranormal Mystery Special

Wrong Number: An Erotic Paranormal Mystery Special

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by Sandra Ross
A fast-paced story with love, mystery, and sexual electricity
Romance with Heart-Pounding Mystery

Devon knew something was off... but she just couldn't say what, or how...

A few months before, the police discovered her husband Dan's wrecked car submerged in the bottom of the river and his body probably lost to the elements and was never found.


A fast-paced story with love, mystery, and sexual electricity
Romance with Heart-Pounding Mystery

Devon knew something was off... but she just couldn't say what, or how...

A few months before, the police discovered her husband Dan's wrecked car submerged in the bottom of the river and his body probably lost to the elements and was never found. Devon, devastated, set up shop in a new place, intending on a fresh start. But she started receiving creepy phone calls asking for Dan, at the same time "seeing" him everywhere... outside of her shop, in her dreams. A psychic, she knew with a sense of dread that something was very wrong. Were those calls dialing to a wrong number like she'd first thought? Or was Dan's "ghost" right when he warned her that she's in terrible danger?

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READER ADVISORY: HOW PLEASUREFUL DO YOU LIKE YOUR STORIES? This story contains content that some readers may find objectionable. This includes sex, extended orgasms, and erotic themes. All of the characters are 18 years of age or older.

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...as she moved through her bedroom, Devon started stripping off her clothes and leaving a little trail of them as she made her way into the master bathroom.
Stepping under the warm water spray, she couldn't help but remember what had occurred in that very shower not so long ago. It's probably because of all the sangria, and then the wine before that at the restaurant.
She started to soap up her body with the lavender and vanilla scented shower gel. Leaning her head back under the shower spray, she closed her eyes and let her hair get really wet.
Suddenly, she felt a pair of arms wrap around her from behind and a wet, naked female body pressed against hers. Screaming from fright, she tried to turn around but was held in place by those strong arms.

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The moment Sandra Ross held her first romance novel when she was ten, she knew she was going to write romance. At thirty now, a prolific reader and a freelance writer, she's since then expanded her preferences from just romance to romance with a dash of now trending sub-genres—paranormal , fantasy, sci-fi even, and erotica. She loves challenging herself and would write on a dare. On a normal day, she would be found in her herb garden collecting spices for her kitchen or ingredients for her potions; in her huge eclectic Provencal kitchen with the big modern oven cooking pots and pans of food for her family of one husband and three kids (an ardent daughter and two boisterous sons) that'll probably last for weeks; in her library with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and an e-reader in her hands as she reads the latest B&N erotic hit; or scribbling pages upon pages of different erotic lifestyles, searching for the one that feels like it was inspired by just the right mix of passion, story line, and sex. Aside from these activities, the rest of the time she'd be found in front of her laptop typing the latest Sandra Ross concoction for her readers.

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Wrong Number: An Erotic Paranormal Mystery Special 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Lucky120 More than 1 year ago
This is one book that is a mystery and paranormal romance type book. In this book you will find a number of things that you may like and that is why I liked it. One you will find that Devon was finally getting over the loss of her love, but he was protecting her the whole time here. She moved to a small town so that she can open a book store and live a little more comfortably. Then things started happening in this book that you may want to read yourself. I have to say that this is a good book and it has everything in it from paranormal, mystery and romance. This is one book that I would not mind sharing with others and reading over and over again. I think that if you love all three of these genres then you will love this book. I really thought that it would be a book that I would not read at all, but once I started reading I kept on reading and reading til the end. If you are a person that loves the whole mysterious and paranormal romance theme then I would recommend that you try this book. I know that you will love it. A lot of these books start off weird and I never get to read them, but this author started this book of right and I was hooked on it until I was done. Try this book out to see if it is something that you would put down or never put down until the end.
Lizzy81 More than 1 year ago
A MYSTERIOUS CALLER FOR A PARANORMAL MYSTERY Reading the title of the book I'm now going to review and its brief introduction,a movie with the same paranormal prologue came to my mind: "White Noise", whose protagonist is Michael Keaton, who's lost his wife in an accident (her body was found in the bottom of a lake) after that she tries to contact him from the after-life, and she will show him future miurders.... I don't want to go further, because my review will be about "Wrong Number" by Sandra Ross.  This time she will go through paranormal, and this book is a combination of different emotions and elements.  The protagonist is Devon, whose husband, Dan, has suddenly disappeared. Police has made a cruel discovery: Dan's car's fallen in the river, but his body seems to be missing. This is the beginning of a mystery, that seems endless; infact, the woman will start receiving strange calls from a stranger caller who continuously asks for her husbband.  From now on, reader will start asking himself many qjuestions, among them: is it Dan from from the kingdom of the dead who's calling her? Is he really dead?I think that Sandra Ross has found a way to make our curiosity even stronger: she has added erotica and passion to this paranormal story. What I didn't appreciate is the lenght of some scenes, because of suspence, but actually it happens even when a watch a movie, and I try to be calm waiting for the "boom" moment! The more I wait the more I stress out... whatever, if you are looking for erotica, paranormal and mystery in the same book, "Wrong Number" is the right choice. 
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TheresaJohnson More than 1 year ago
Sandra Ross was able to craft an eerie and entertaining book that was able to make the reader feel like they are being lead on a tantalizing mystery.  Can you imagine having the ability to talk to dead people.  For that matter, can you imagine having the ability to see into the future?  If you can, you will fit right in with the heroine, Devon. Sandra Ross is able to magically craft paranormal tales that bring the books to life.  The characters and their tales will come to life right in front of you.  You will see the same events as the main character, because of the mistress of the paranormal romance tales.  “Wrong Number” was the right number to tickle my fancy.  Sandra did a wonderful job on both her descriptions and the overall story.  It was able to peak my interest from the first word to the last. Like most of Sandra’s books, I found that there were not many things that I would have changed myself, when it came to this book.  I found that the book was very interesting and was able to peak my interest.  I liked that she is very descriptive in the character details.  It makes it easy to be able to picture what the person looks like and how they act in the story.  You can picture the emotions and in many cases, sympathize with the characters, because her way of writing makes it feel like you have known the characters all of your life.  She is the mistress for the paranormal romance, and I look forward to all her future work.
Ambrosia-Jefferson More than 1 year ago
Sandra Ross has done it again with Wrong number an Erotic Paranormal Romance novel. Devon is a psychic whose husband was found at the bottom of a river and his body never found. She like any of us would have been was devastated at the loss and moved to set up in a new place. A fresh start. Until some creepy phone calls started asking for her dead husband. The question begins to nag at her about what could be going on. Is it Dan trying to contact her or something even worse? I love the plot line of this book. One part Ghost and one part any other creepy paranormal movie out there it blends the two seamlessly and adds in a dash of yummy erotic content. Wrong number made me curious from the start. I enjoy a book that is going to draw me in and make me ask questions so already there was a point. The writing itself is well done and developed. Devon is a likeable character who you can identify with on several levels. The mysterious element within the plot also seems to heighten everything else that is within the story. I really enjoyed the different turns that this one takes. Anyone who enjoys Paranormal Romance and Erotic stories with a twist will enjoy this one by Sandra Ross. Everything is well written and you can tell a good deal of thought and process went into it. I always appreciate when you can tell the writer enjoys their work.
Writergrl11 More than 1 year ago
Devon is looking to get away. She's just survived the mysterious death of her husband in a car accident. However, Dan doesn't seem to be dead. In fact, Dan seems to be everywhere. He's always calling her or simply standing there watching her. Devon is psychic and when she starts seeing him everywhere, she knows something just isn't right. There's something going on in this new town of hers. But she just doesn't know what. This book is definitely a suspense thriller. Everything starts with Devon simply trying to get a new start and forget about the husband that she loved. But someone is determined to make sure she can't. And with Dan telling her she's in danger every night … well it definitely racks up the suspense even more. The style of the writing made all the suspense even better. You could practically feel how terrified she was and what was going on. If you like suspenseful thrillers but you like a bit of sex and romance then this is for you. It's actually based primarily on the suspense unlike most of Sandra's books however; it's definitely a good book. Sandra is able to write more than just sex scenes though of course there are still a few steamy scenes scattered throughout this book. Devon has only recently moved and is planning to open her own bookshop in a little town. She's trying to get away from the bad memories though nothing can make her forget her amazing husband. And then someone starts calling, looking for Dan. And the dreams start where Dan warns her something bad is happening. She doesn't know what's going on and Dan can't seem to tell her. But Devon is starting to get worried. I liked this book because it was all about suspense. Some of Sandra's books seem to be more about the sex and the rest is sort of there for good measure but this book was really about the suspense of it all. You'll definitely be surprised by the ending too because this book isn't quite what you might expect. This book achieved its goal all right. It was meant to keep you in suspense wanting to know more and it did. You'll be flipping pages all night trying to figure out what's going to happen to Devon and what Dan is going to tell her next. It also provides a great twist at the end. For my friends who like suspenseful stories this is great. They know that my taste in books is very similar to theirs and so they know to trust me when I say a book is going to be good. I definitely told them that with this book.
RussellG More than 1 year ago
Being single has its advantages---and, if one is not cautious, also some serious drawbacks. In 2011, shortly after my divorce, I signed up for an online singles website that catered to single, divorced, separated, and widowed people who wanted to connect with someone and hopefully begin a relationship. Not too long afterwards, I met a young woman (whom I'll call Jane) who lived in my area. It certainly seemed promising. She was fairly tall, proportioned well, educated, no children, worked part-time, had her own place, enjoyed reading and music (two of my favorite pastimes). She was in her mid-twenties and from the area, so it wasn't as if she lived half a world away or anything like that. To top it off, I found Jane quite attractive. So far, so good. We exchanged several emails, making casual inquiries about each other's goals, likes and aversions, dreams, fears, and family. I learned that she was estranged from her parents and was an only child. When I inquired about whether she would reconcile with them or not, I noticed she changed the subject rather quickly. I chalked it up to my not being sensitive enough to her situation, apologized, and let the matter drop. Eventually we were comfortable enough with each other that we decided to meet for coffee at a local Barnes and Noble. We had a lovely time and talked for nearly four hours. Jane was vivacious, positive, erudite, and an excellent listener. I found her to be an excellent conversationalist as well, and I felt emboldened enough to ask her out again, which she readily accepted. We exchanged personal home numbers and began calling each other once or twice a week. This was fine for me, as I normally do not talk on the phone all that much and prefer face-to-face meetings. Then the plot changed. Whereas I was happy chatting online or by phone once or twice a week, she preferred a daily dialogue. Soon it had crept up to twice a day. When I tried telling her that I couldn't always be available twice a day, much less every day, she became petulant and wanted to know with whom else I was talking to. When I replied no one, she made it very plain that she was not too happy. My eyebrows did a quizzical raise all on their own. As it turned out, Jane had a habit of calling me whenever the mood struck her. Normally, this wouldn't bother me, but when phone calls start arriving at your workplace and you never give out your work number to anyone, even someone like Jane, then that's a bit creepy. The phone calls, innocuous at first, gradually became more incessant and interruptive. Several times my co-workers had to take me aside to tell me in no uncertain terms that my personal issues were interfering with their work. My boss at the time corroborated this, and subsequently I was forced to confront Jane about her numerous faux pas. Initially, she agreed to respect the work environment and let me do my job, but not long after our conversation, the phone calls started up again. It was her or my job. I chose the latter. Then the phone calls began arriving at all hours. It seemed as if my cell phone had a broken ring tone. My inbox flooded with her texts and voice mails. At one point I received no less than thirty text messages in one day. At first I ignored her. Then I called her---twice---to ask that she please not call me again, and to please leave me alone. All I received in reply was an earful of hateful invective and several accusations of cheating