Lake of Dreams:
Thea Marlow had encountered her soul mate in the depths of her overpowering, frightening dreams. Now, on the shores of a country lake, the stranger comes to her in the flesh - and lures her into a timeless love.
Sheriff Jackson Brody knows folks get a little crazy under a full bayou moon. But on the trail of a scorching murder mystery, it's the lawman himself who succumbs to the spell of a beautiful, mysterious stranger.
In the midst of an Idaho blizzard, Hope Bradshaw offers shelter to a stranger - and an instant, hungry passion flares between them. When a radio bulletin warns of a dangerous escaped convict, her blood runs cold: has desire blinded her to the risks of trusting a man who is an expert at covering his tracks?
©2002 Linda Howard (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I had to check twice and then checked again to make sure these were actually written by Linda Howard. The same Linda Howard that floored me in After the Night and Shades of Twilight. The narrator was HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!! Don't waste your credit on this. It's not even worth 1/2 a credit. Not even if they offer if for free!!! Bad bad bad!!! I think Linda Howard is the victim of identity theft because I refuse to believe she wrote this drabble!
A trilogy. Say it in three. Done.
Three romantic suspense novels, each one about 100 pages. Two of the stories include a strong paranormal element. Fun stories, especially Blue Moon and White Out. Lake of Dreams was okay, too. I like Linda Howard.
The narrator (Laural Merlington) has a sharp, angry edge much of the time. Sometimes she relaxes; then she sounds just fine. Most of the time, I found the tone almost unpleasant. Uptight.
The first story was interesting. It was a bit confusing in the beginning but if you stayed with it...you had an "Aha!" moment that basically explained everything and brought it all together.
The second story was better. it was predictable but the plotline was better written and more clear.
The third story, the author nailed it! It was well written and the plot line was clear and much more developed than the first 2. I was actually unsure how the story was really going to end and for the most part, the books that I have read by this author have been fairly predictable.
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