Publisher: Valley Publishing
Series: Psychic Visions, Book 1
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What she doesn’t want...is exactly what he needs.
Shunned and ridiculed all her life for something she can’t control, Samantha Blair hides her psychic abilities and lives on the fringes of society. Against her will, however, she’s tapped into a killer—or rather, his victims. Each woman’s murder, blow-by-blow, ravages her mind until their death releases her back to her body. Sam knows she must go to the authorities, but will the rugged, no-nonsense detective in charge of tracking down the killer believe her?
Detective Brandt Sutherland only trusts hard evidence, yet Sam’s visions offer clues he needs to catch a killer. The more he learns about her incredible abilities, however, the clearer it becomes that Sam’s visions have put her in the killer’s line of fire. Now Brandt must save her from something he cannot see or understand…and risk losing his heart in the process.
As danger and desire collide, passion raises the stakes in a game Sam and Brandt don’t dare lose.
What I thoughtI'm a big fan of novels like this, where there are slight cases of the paranormal, in the form of psychics. Dale Meyer's Tuesday's Child was riveting until the very last page. Sam's life was heartbreaking and although I don't know what it's like to be in her position, I still felt for her and connected with her. I'm pretty excited about reading more in this series.
I don't read too many crime novels these days. But Tuesday's Child reminds me of what I'm missing. I loved the mystery, I loved all the twists Dale Meyer's threw out at the reader. When I thought I had it all figured out, something changed and I was left guessing all over again. Sam's kind of psychic talents was shocking. It made the story very intriguing and kept me reading, hoping that Sam would find some peace.
This promises to be the start of a very riveting series. While Sam's story appears to be done, we will get to meet whole new characters and get swept away in another thriller.
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