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Product Details

  • Paperback: 312 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (September 4, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1612184685
  • ISBN-13: 978-1612184685
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.4 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (324 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #664,961 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Norah Wilson is the author of romantic suspense novels Guarding Suzannah, Protecting Paige,and Saving Grace. She is a three-time finalist in the Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart contest and won Dorchester Publishing’s New Voice in Romance award. Under the pseudonym Wilson Doherty, she and her writing partner, Heather Doherty, write young adult paranormal fiction. A native Canadian, Wilson lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, with her family.


More About the Author

The tenth of eleven children, I had to do something to distinguish myself. That thing turned out to be writing.

One of the coolest things that ever happened to me was finalling in RWA's Golden Heart contest for unpublished romance writers in 2001. I went on to do it again in 2002 and 2003.

Another cool thing: winning the 2003 New Voice in Romance contest sponsored by Dorchester Publishing and Romantic Times Magazine. My contest-winning story went on to be published by Dorchester.

A *super* cool thing: the revolutionizing of reading habits by Kindle and other eReaders. That development allowed me to publish my romantic suspense stories that didn't quite fit for traditional publishers, but which have been very well received by readers. Yay, Amazon!

My newest cool thing? Being able to put "USA Today bestselling author" after my name.

I live in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, with my family, a Rotti-Shepherd cross (Rottherd? Sheprotti?) and a tuxedo cat.

You can find my romance website at http://norahwilsonwrites.com and my YA / Casters series (co-written with Heather Doherty) website at http://castersthebooks.com. And at long last, you can read about Dix Dodd's adventurs at www.dixdodd.com.

Customer Reviews

A book you just can't put down.
Judie K Baxter
I loved the story and would recommend it to anyone who likes romance with a twist of suspense.
Amanda Gill
Easy read and kept you guessing till the very end of the book.
Greenie

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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Smitten with Reading TOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 4, 2012
Format: Paperback
My Review:
I honestly and truly loved this book. Lauren is trying to prevent a murder from happening...one that she only knows about because of her visions seen through the murderers eyes before it happens. The slight clues she has lead her to a floundering ranch where they are taking in guests to help supplement the ranch's income. Cal is the owner of that ranch and a former pro rodeo bull-rider.

There is a lot of story to this book and Cal's ranch...
*there's his ex-wife who's there to hide out from a loan shark and in the meantime she's doing drugs and every cowboy she can.
*There's the relationship between Cal and his dad that is beyond bad. Cal ran away at 16 and never went back, but Dad shows up at the ranch and Cal honestly doesn't know what to do with him.
*There's the contentious relationship between Cal and his neighbor who's trying to buy him out at the same time he's buying up every other property in the area.
*There's Cal who's trying to save his ranch, although housing guests is not his idea of a good time.
*There are cattle dying from unknown causes that threaten the viability of the ranch.
*There's the contentious relationship between one of Cal's ranch hands and his neighbor, who raised the hand as his son, only to disown him completely later.

Then there is Cal's relationship with Lauren. They both go into the relationship knowing that she is only there for 3 weeks. She has her vet practice on the east coast and that isn't going to change, but things start to change between the two of them, although neither will admit it. I liked that this was a hero who's real. He's most definitely an alpha, but he's at the lowest point in his life and has a vulnerability because of it.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By maldivianbookreviewer on December 12, 2011
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When I first saw Lauren's Eyes by Norah Wilson, the book failed to catch my eye. Maybe because the book cover that depicted a couple of horses didn't stir my pick-this-book-up-immediately-radar. But once I read The Merzetti Effect and became drawn towards Norah's style and the way she presents a story to the reader, I knew I needed to get my hands on every romance that she has published to-date.

The new glossy cover toting man-candy certainly whetted my appetite for more and Lauren's Eyes made its way to my massive TBR, time and yet again to be bumped up because the story seemed to call something deep inside of me. And now, having read the book from start to finish and having loved every minute of the journey, I have just got to say, Kudos Norah, for a story that hits ALL the right spots head on!

Callum Taggart (Cal) is a rancher who has hit hard times and has resigned himself to taking in tourists to turn his business around. Cal is a man who has so much pain deep inside of him, which he hides from the rest of the world so effectively that even Cal himself doesn't realize that he hurts for things that he cannot seem to voice. A childhood that had taught Cal the lesson never to depend on anyone else but himself and later on a marriage that had failed miserably has Cal shouldering each and every responsibility without flinching, never trusting anyone else and never really understanding his own worth until Lauren comes into his life and turns everything around.

Lauren Townsend is a 30 year old veterinarian, a gift that makes her susceptible towards the behavior and emotions of animals that makes her very good at what she does. Lauren's psychic ability makes her sensitive to visions that shows her homicides that until now Lauren has been unable to stop.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By mim6302 on July 5, 2011
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After reading almost all of Nora Wilson's books I reluctantly purchased this one based soley on how much I liked some of the others. I normally wouldn't want anything to do with a paranormally themed romance but I have to admit that this book is my favorite from this author. It has so much more than a psychic twist to it. The ranch, the romance, the character development, and the mystery were all great and I found that I enjoyed this book even more than her others from the Protect and Serve series. Lauren was a great strong female character and Cal was just enough bad boy and good man to make their romance believable. If you are on the fence of purchasing this book, just do it. Even if you don't love it as much I did, you won't regret reading it!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Douglas C. Meeks TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 9, 2013
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Well since about 99% of what I read is PNR/UF this one just barely qualifies. Lauren has visions .... violent murderous visions and they come true .... all of them.
This leads her to try to stop one of them for once in her life she wants to get ahead of the murder she knows is coming and so we have our plot. The plot takes a side road when she meets ranch owner Cal Taggert in a bit subdued version of the "love at first sight" scenario.

This novel quickly turns into a combination of a cowboy romance and murder mystery "who dunnit" although since this IS still PNR the murder has not happened yet. The author leads you through all kinds of possible suspects and red herrings but does not bore you. All the while the romance angle keeps heating up and in what seems to me a weird combination of borderline dominance and plain old lust, it keep getting warmer and warmer while the two participants keep trying to come up with good reasons to not like each other.

This type book usually bores me but this one was done well enough it not only kept my interest but it kept me up late trying to get to the ending and the answer to the mystery (which was also done very well).

Rating:
Bottom Line: This is one of those books you need to get and read it now or keep it for later, the HEA was exceptional and the story engaging. I should mention the first 60% or so was about a 3.5/5 but the last 30% things get to moving a bit quicker and the entertainment factor comes closer to a 4.5/5 so overall I rated this book as a 4+ and highly recommend it for those times you really want to read something that is not syrupy sweet but ends exactly the way you want it to end and you leave with that warm feeling a really good book can give you. Excellent stand alone novel to read while you wait for that next big "shiny" book to arrive ....
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