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Extrasensual perception: by Rayna Vause
Series: Dreamspun Desires #26
Release Date: January 15, 2017
Pages: 208 • Format: eARC
Published By: Dreamspinner Press
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If a stalker doesn’t kill them, the heat between them might.
Christopher Vincent is desperate enough for a job that he accepts an offer to entertain as a psychic in a friend’s nightclub. Jackson Whitman, one of the club’s co-owners, is less than thrilled by the new act. To him, psychics are ridiculous and a liability. But when they come face-to-face, attraction flares to life between them.
Someone is watching Jack and Chris from the shadows. What starts as a series of creepy encounters leads to deadly attacks.
Jack and Chris must set aside their differences and work together to survive a homicidal stalker. But can they survive their explosive connection?
Okay so another foray into the Dreamspun Desires series for me. This one was meh. I didn’t hate it, but didn’t love it either. I do enjoy the buildup of the relationship between Chris & Jack. I liked the premise of the story. I had a problem with figuring out who said what some times, it was no break in pov partners. That bothered me enough to not be happy with the end result. Or I should say the abrupt end result. It was really no buildup for me as far as the plot goes. I would have really loved to see bigger excursions, and more then the physical side for Chris & Jack. Right now their entire relationship is physical, and I don’t know if its believable seeing as they hadn’t spoken in 5 years after a kiss. Chris seems to harbor some feelings of resentment towards Jack for treating him like a second class citizen, but it took no time for them to dive in bed together? Makes no sense to me really,
This was my first book by this author, and I think I’m willing to give her a second try. This didn’t work for me. It’s kinda low angst so that might appeal to readers, and I liked the idea surrounding the occult elements in the story. I never did figure out why not go back to Chris’s mother for help. I know she is recovering, but seeing as she is the reason for starting this mess I think a little help was needed. I didn’t see any person of Dooley in this book, that did seem like filler information. I mean he didn’t add or take away to the story, but was kinda there for the most part. 3 stars might be generous for me, but I don’t think I can recommend this either.