Psychic Visions #8
Release date : Nov 8, 2015
Rating : 4 Stars
Energy. The life force of good â¦ and evilAnd sometimes evil is stronger.Tia spent years imprisoned in a ‘special’ program. When she finally escaped, she ran as far away as she could. But it wouldn’t leave her alone.Only one person can help her. Stefan. But when she contacts him for help, she gets more than she bargained for. Six weeks later, she awakens from a coma to find more problems than ever â and she’s still being hunted.Dean, moonlighting as a guard at the hospital, finds himself in an impossible situation. His belief system is stretched out of control by someone whom he can’t forget … and can’t believe. Until he has no choice.With everything on the line, Tia and Dean must work together to solve the problem that has somehow â in a very unique way â entwined them both.
Before I start reviewing this book, I want to mention that this book usually is nothing I would read. But because I have read the Broken…But Mending series, I just needed to give it a try as I love Dale Mayers writing-style! And you know what?
It was a very good decision!”Now You See Her….” by Dale Mayer is book 8 of the Psychic Visions series, but definetly can be read as a standalone ( which doesnÂ´t mean that I wonÂ´t read the other ones….). In this story the reader gets confronted with TiaÂ´s past who has spent a long time as a prisoner because of her special abilities .
After she is able to escape she meets Stefan who seems to be her only chance to stay hidden. In this context, the word “Hidden” just has a totally different meaning…
A plot which promises tension, action, emotions, a bit of craziness, but also lots of for this genre typical elements. From the very beginning to the end I enjoyed reading-and this not just because of the awesome writing-style which reveals a lot details without revealing too many…
ItÂ´s easy to imagine not only the scene, but also the very interesting characters that are part of the story.
Even if it still needs some time to adapt to this genre, I really enjoyed reading this book and can definetly say that I can recommend it to you!