The New York Times best-selling author of the "fabulous whodunit" (Genre Go Round Reviews) Lethal Outlook is back with her newest Psychic Eye Mystery. Wedding bells are ringing for psychic Abigail Cooper, but her senses are tingling that fiance Dutch is in danger....
It’s said to be good luck if it rains on your wedding day, but Abby sees something darker than storm clouds on the horizon. She’s just had a disturbing premonition of her fianc’s murder. Her husband-to-be has been assigned to a case involving a series of suicide bombings, and Abby’s spirit guides warn her of imminent danger.
FBI agent Dutch Rivers is keeping his cool, but Abby can’t quell her anxiety. After another suicide bombing at a local beauty salon, Abby vows to do everything in her power to keep Dutch safe and get him to the altar. But on the morning of the ceremony, she finds herself in a dire situation, with time running out....
©2013 Victoria Laurie (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
Yes it is a very well written book, it can be read by young and old. You don't get TMI and you just flow though the book and the end comes way to soon and now you wait for another book in the series,
The lead up to the wedding.....is it going to happen????
When she walks down the street....you just can't wait.
Yes, yes and yes
I am hoping for book 12 soon...Thank you
I really love series, its nice to get to know your characters and see the story evolve from book to book.
She does not do a good job as Abby and her voice inflection for the other characters leaves a lot to be desired. Every time Brice Harrison had a line i cringed because she made him sound like a weasel, not the Assistant Special Agent in Charge. I feel bad saying it but she is not the best choice for this series, a different book maybe, but if i didn't have my kindle book to help me break from the performance I may have given up on this series 10 books ago.
The series is a good one just get past the narration and you can love Abby, Candace, Dutch, Brice, Milo and the rest of the "crew"
I am not that fond of the perfomer, she sounds older than than "Edgar" is supposed to be. However, the story is excellent as always.
Characters are fun and I have followed the story since the beginning.
There were a number of parts I the story that I found frustrating because they were needlessly drawn out. I enjoy suspense in a story, but only when it makes sense for the story.
I would recommend that a friend buy the books, not the audio because the narrator is horrible.
I prefer to read the books rather than listen to them because Elizabeth Michaels has a voice that grates on my nerves and has very little emotion. The characters are one-dimensional with Ms. Michaels and the minute emotional elements she brings to the characters seem off with the what I feel Ms. Laurie is expressing. Maybe I'm being harsh, or maybe I'm just spoiled by narrators such as Lorelei King, Amanda Ronconi, Holter Graham and Richard Armitage who bring so much more to their interpretations than Ms. Michaels seems capable of.
I haven't finished the audiobook yet. I've decided to read the rest of it on my Kindle.
I have liked all the Abby Cooper books, until now. I found this book very confusing, switching back and forth from present to future. I also felt like this story was forced. I didn't enjoy it at all, but I had to keep listening to find out if Abby and Dutch finally get married. Spoiler Alert: What do you think?
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