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?
I am always amazed at the variety of books in the Dreamspun Desire series. While the claim of “troptastic” is absolutely appropriate in each case, the way that manifests differs widely.
In this case, the sense I got from this was of a day time made for TV movie. The characters weren’t terribly well developed and the plot seemed to drag. I wasn’t very invested in the romance as I never felt anything like sincere chemistry nor feelings from either MC for the other.
The psychic power stuff was vaguely interesting and the mystery/danger moved the story along, but overall this just didn’t grab my heart nor my attention very strongly.
John Solo did a fine job narrating this. He didn’t do any interesting accents or anything but he was easy to listen to and added the right emotion when needed to keep the listener engaged.
If you’re a fan of melodrama this might appeal to you more than me, but I can’t really recommend this for more than a light bit of entertainment.
2.75 (rounded to 3) of 5 stars
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