Books 4-6 in the Psychic Visions Series
Some skills are inherited, inherent or imparted by a means that isn't always understood. Those same gifts can also feel more like a curse when they give the bearer no choice and no control over them. Stefan Kronos is an artist with psychic gifts who acts as a law enforcement consultant. He heads a community of psychics, seeking out others like him in order to assist these misunderstood souls toward a better understanding of their unique talents as welling as dealing with the fundamental complications and consequences, and finally in further developing them. Whether accepted as a curse or a true gift, this community protects and helps one another and aids those on the outside in need of their special abilities.
Book 4: Garden of Sorrow
After spend a brutal year trying to cope after the loss of her sister, Alexis Gordon knows she needs to get on with her life. Only, instead of the normal work day she'd anticipated as the means to begin her journey back to the land of the living, reality as she knows it disappears…
Kevin Sutherland is a detective and a psychic. Recognizing Alexis's gift and aware she has no idea what's happening to her, he calls his friend and frequent case consultant, Stefan Kronos, an artist with psychic gifts. Stefan leads a community of psychics able to help Alexis understand and develop her unique skills.
Alexis has unwittingly become involved in a case unlike anything Kevin has ever seen before. The killer seems to have a personal vendetta against Alexis herself. He intends to eliminate her before she uses her psychic gift to discover not only his identity but the garden of sorrow he's buried his long-dead victims.
Only Alexis can stop this madman who fully intends to survive…even after death.
Book 5: Knock Knock…
Revenge has no best-by date. On the contrary, it's ideally served cold…
Wealthy and beautiful Shay Lassiter runs a prestigious foundation that she built with her considerable connections and resources. Both amounted to less than nothing the day her fiancé tried to murder her. Who to trust? Shay guards her heart…while using her knack for reading people's intentions, whether they're good or evil, to guide her through the dark, unfathomable maze that's become her normal life. Inexplicably, foundation clients start dying. Shay turns to the new man she's been seeing – computer specialist and ex-cop Roman Chandler – needing his protection.
Roman has been giving her mixed signals in order to keep a secret that involves Shay and could easily ruin the fragile relationship he wants to build with her. Damningly, he can’t tell her the truth, so he somehow has to convince her to trust him instead.
Whoever's behind the troubles plaguing Shay's world is about to turn his need for revenge on the source of his rage. When vengeance comes knocking, the results are sure to be deadly…
Book 6: Rare Find
Injured people in need of aid call out to friends and family or even strangers for help. Who can animals turn to who would not only hear them but understand their cry for help? Such a creature would truly be a rare find.
Determined to bury her aching heart in service of her animals at Exotic Landscape, Tabitha is caught unaware when she's yanked out of her cozy little retreat by the appeal of someone needing rescue. Responding to that call gets her more trouble than she bargained for.
Understanding secrets isn't difficult for someone with quite a few of his own, but Detective Ronin Chandler learns that the mysteries of the universe can take on a whole new level of meaning. With the woman he loves in jeopardy, Ronin struggles to comprehend what's happening, what Tabitha needs, and how to even help her…before he loses her, maybe forever.
Danger escalates at every turn. Determining who to trust – and who not to – becomes as much of a challenge as figuring out who wants them dead.
Three stories each unique but entertained. Entertaining, and completely surprising in each conclusion. They are
written for adults . I was surprised at how fast each story
moved. Not a moment to rest. Couldn’t put the books
down. Read one book a day out of volume 4 to 6.
Loved the books! Had a hard time stopping at night!
Psychic Visions - Books 4-6
Dale Mayer is one of my favorite authors and, while I loved the stories, I was disappointed in the editing and content. For instance, everyone knows chili is spelled with one ‘l’ not two. It could have probably be written off as a typo except it was misspelled again in the next sentence. Then, toward the end of book 6, when one of the main characters was shot, the location referred to her back leg. These were two glaring examples, but there were many more.
I have always enjoyed reading Dale Mayer’s books, but the mistakes in these books made it seem like the author was distracted and shame on the editing team for not paying attention and letting it pass. What a travesty!