Army officer Deidre Roux has hidden her psychic abilities until now. But ominous visions plague her and between the martial arts tactics her twin brother taught her and the hand-to-hand combat she learned in the Army - she's realizing just how important these skills are for her well-being. When a reporter moves in next door, she's not sure just what to think.
Dave Carter owns a gun - it is Texas - and comes to her rescue when her brother suddenly drops into her life again. From there it's the normal stuff that women and men tend to do when they're getting to know each other - boating, swimming, dancing - except for one thing... she's trying to keep her secret under wraps at all costs, which is difficult to do when she's under surveillance by the FBI, and people keep wanting her dead.
Could a reporter, who's not really a reporter, prove he might just have what it takes to keep her safe - for the long run?
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I enjoy most of Terry Spear's work. However, I will stick to reading the books myself, rather than trying them in audio format.
Ms. Jennings read too quickly. Much of the story seemed like one run on sentence. Pauses between character changes, paragraphs, and conversations were too brief. It seemed as if Ms. Jennings were simply reading words on a page, rather than conveying a story, for most of the book. There was very little discernment between character voices, as well.
The main characters in this book did not evoke any interest for me. Deidre seemed too much of a pushover, and Dave came off as a bit chauvinistic. The romantic part of this book felt rushed and forced. While I am usually one to love a romantic suspense, this story could have done with more suspense and a lot less romance.
- Wendy M