Accident victim Faith Parker has done what her doctors feared she never would: awakened from the coma that held her prisoner for weeks. But she has no memory of the crash that nearly killed her - or the life that led up to it. Nor does she remember journalist Dinah Leighton, the steadfast friend who visited her in the hospital...until she disappeared without a trace. Now as Faith begins to regain her strength, she’s shocked by intimate dreams of a man she doesn’t recognize and tortured by visions of violence that feel painfully real. Something inexplicable ties her lost memories to Dinah’s chilling fate. But even as Faith tries to understand the connection and reach out to save Dinah, death is stalking both women. And one of them will not escape its lethal grasp. FBI agent Noah Bishop has a rare gift for seeing what others do not, a gift that helps him solve the most puzzling cases. Now, read more of his electrifying adventures in two stand-alone tales of psychic suspense.
©2000 Kay Hooper (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
The ending. It was rather interesting until the end. Utterly unbelievable. I can go along with psychic powers, in fact it makes the book unique. But this was over the limit of my enjoyment with a story. Also the emotions portrayed were way over-blown.
This story goes into sci-fi, which I do not enjoy.
Yes, up to now her books have been enjoyable.
She was the best part of the book.
The characters were fine, and should have stayed that way.
I guess I have been lucky with Kay Hooper's books because I have enjoyed them immensely. I have one more I haven't listened to yet, then I must decide if I want to use credits on any more of her books.
Had forgotten the fun of a Kay Hooper novel. Flights of fancy to enjoy on morning walks. Alyssa Bresnahan's voice is mesmerizing. I have listened to many of her narrations and have yet to be disappointed.
I enjoy Hooper's plots and well drawn characters. The ending is a bit predictable - she has done better. Fun nevertheless.
This is my third go thru for the entire series and I still find myself wanting more of Bishop.
I must say I liked Faith and Dinah just as much as I did Bishop in this book. The interplay between them throughout the book was excellent.
It could have been read by someone else.
I love Kay Hooper and her books. I could hear every breath the narrator took, though she tried to conceal it most of the time.
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