- File Size: 273 KB
- Print Length: 67 pages
- Publisher: MIRA (November 1, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 1, 2013
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FHKS1KO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,218 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Dream of Danger (A Brown and De Luca Novel) Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Up until just about a few months ago, Rachel De Luca who is a a successful novelist, has been blind for twenty years and because of that, all her senses are heightened, she's developed an uncanny sense of perception and a gift for seeing people's most carefully hidden secrets.
When her personal assistant/best friend Amy gone missing, she asked Mason, whom she's had a love affair in the past, for help to find Amy. What ensued next was a series of intriguing incidents that'll keep you guessing and at the same time excited for the sexual tension building up so palpable between her and Mason. Though this is a short story, it was enough to keep me glued on and couldn't put it down, I wanted to know more about them and to my delight, there is a series of stand alone books about this interesting duo and their adventure and escapades.
Get this book, it has mystery and enough intrigue that will keep you interested and filled with anticipation as to what's next and what's in store for Mason and Rachel. And remember this is FREE, so have a feast! Thank you so much for your generosity Ms. Shayne, I really quite enjoyed this book.
Snappy dialogue and a feisty protagonist make this novella just as much fun to read as "Sleep With the Lights On" was.
Rachel's assistant, Amy, doesn't make it home for Thanksgiving so Rachel calls Mason for help again in finding her.
NOTE: Strong language.
Rachel was blind for 20 years and now she can see, she is going to need a little time to adjust but can she stay away from Mason long enough to adjust the way she needs to. Well that is not going to happen right now because she needs Mason's help.
Mason also needs some time to adjust after his brothers suicide and after discovering his brothers deepest darkest secret. He has taken over taking care of his brothers family but all he thinks about is Rachel so when she texts saying she needs him, of course he is going to drop everything and run to her side.
They must set everything aside and find Rachel's' assistant/best friend who has gone missing. With the sexual tension way to high and Rachel's senses on high trying to find Amy, you ask yourself how much time do they need to adjust?
I am so happy to see this confused couple again cant wait for book 2 in this series. I give Dream of Danger 5 out of 5.
This was an interesting further look into Rachel's "powers".
Also confirmed that Mason is now a believer.
I do have a small issue, having to do with inconsistency, which is a peeve of mine. (Maybe not a PET peeve, but definitely a peeve.)
On page 2 Rachel is walking down her driveway in her "fluffy slippers". 2 pages later she goes back in her house and "heels off her boots". What!?
Neither of these statements affect the story, but the lack of attention by author AND editor really bothers me.
Still a good short story I would recommend to all readers.
I love the main characters, Rachel and Mason, and enjoy their bantering, and Rachel's snark in particular. Rachel has people in her life that are important to her, and when one of them goes missing, she pulls out all the stops to find her, and takes Mason along for the ride. They make great sleuthing partners! Her blind bulldog is also back, and is as usual, my favorite character. All I ask of this author is-Please don't ever kill the dog! That would definitely be the way to get me to quit reading and reviewing this series.