Detective Dane Hollister of the Orlando police department had never met anyone like Marlie. He had doubts about her clairvoyance, but there was no doubt how much he desired her. Her soft, sweet scent set his blood afire, and he wanted to wrap her in his arms and chase the sadness from her eyes. To Marlie, Dane was all heat and hard muscle, and he made her body come alive as it never had before. But not even she could foresee where their passion would lead: a hungry quest for the elusive, dreamy ecstasies of love...and a dangerous journey into the twisted mind of a madman who would threaten their happiness and their lives.
©1998 Linda Howard; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
This is the first book by this author for me, chosen partly due to the narrator, and it is fantastic. Very intriguing plot with plenty of suspense, at times quite chilling! Very rich characters. Highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good thriller.
I would never have guessed the ending. Great chemistry between the main characters. Well worth the credit.
What horrors await in the dreams? Linda Howard does not disappoint and carefully weaves a story that draws the reader or listener into the plot. The narrator had some difficulty trying to make different accents convincing but it did not detract from the story.
story was excellent, the narrator definitely left a lot to desire. he did ONE male voice nicely the rest were crap. he wasn't Evan able to do believable alternate male voices and his female ones were atrocious. I can't believe he has made it into professional narration!
paranormal mystery romance . good character development with just enough elements of all parts to make it interesting . I will read this one again and will look for more from this author. The only thing I didn't like was the attempt at the laughs and chuckling. as it was spoken .I guess that might have been due to something that the author wrote, rather than just awkwardness of the narrator in reproducing a female chuckle. I found myself wincing whenever the character was supposed to voice that emotion.
I also liked that it was a standalone book.
liked it, but I couldn't quite get over a man reading this. when he is doing the women's voices it kind a makes me smile every time. just doesn't sound quite right to me, and Dane is a bit unrealistic to me the way he is with his feelings for Marley, but I can put all that aside and I still enjoyed the book, and I would listen to it again.
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