What she doesn't want…is exactly what he needs.
Shunned and ridiculed all her life for something she can't control, Samantha Blair has learned to hide her psychic abilities, forcing her to live on the fringes of society where she can only ever be a lonely outsider. Whether she wants this gift or not has never been in her power to choose. When she inadvertently taps into one killer's prey, she finds herself taking unwilling possession of another woman's body as she’s being violently murdered. Only when death claims the victim is Sam released back to her own body. Her mind ravaged by the horror she's experienced each time, Sam has no choice but to seek out the only ones who can stop this atrocity. Getting the rugged, no-nonsense detective in charge of tracking down the serial murderer to believe her is her first obstacle.
Detective Brandt Sutherland only trusts hard evidence yet even he can't deny that Sam's visions offer him the very clues he could use to catch this elusive killer. Unfortunately, the more he learns about her incredible abilities, the more he realizes he's falling hard for this woman of profound grace and the clearer it becomes that her visions are putting her directly in the line of fire. How can Brandt save her from something he can neither see nor understand…something she can stop even if she desperately wants it to?
As danger and desire collide, the stakes are raised so high, they don't dare lose.
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Tuesday’s Child -thrilling
Wow! Thrilling! Captivating! I couldn’t put it down. I plan to read other books by this author.
Downloaded and read this book in one day! A great read and I was obsessed with it right from the start. Highly recommend it!
This book started a little slow for me, unlike most of the other reviews. The psychic visions were an outstanding part of the story but everything else seemed to drag and be all over the place. I was anxious for more action but it didnt deliver until almost the end of the book. I didn’t feel any chemistry with the main characters, which would have been more interesting for me. I would have liked it to be more direct and straight forward, without all the internal monologuing , but that’s just my personal preference. I loved the two psychics and their relationship together; they almost made me cry. Not crazy about the ending so much...everything gets explained away in the last chapter.