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Hide'n Go Seek (Psychic Visions Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The Psychic Vision series is quickly becoming a favorite. While there is no need to read them in order, it doesn't hurt to start at the beginning with Tuesday's Child (an excellent place to start in my opinion). A riveting plot that had me guessing up until the very end without making me feel like giving up on my guesses. The only draw back to the story was one shooting scene that seemed out of place, but had me laughing (you'll understand when you read it) at the same time.
Kali and Grant's relationship is so sweet. They compliment each other beautifully and their dialog is very memorable. While there wasn't a lot of hot and heavy scenes, their romance was more natural, gradually building steam as they learned to work together and play together.
I instantly went out and read book 3, Maddy's Floor and wasn't disappointed. Review will for that will be up in a couple days.
Elements: Automatic Drawing/Sketching, Telepathy, Finding Lost People & Items, Animal Connections, Sensing Violence/Death
Dale's books are factual in that people do draw/sketch using their subconscious mind in a meditative state. Steps are given in this book, which is appreciated. People do hear and transmit to others telepathically. People can find lost objects and other people by tuning into their frequencies/vibrations. People share a bond with their pets. People can feel and take upon the pain of others in violent situations.
This book, even though fiction, IS REAL. Search and Rescue is real. Walking between worlds is real. The plot is beyond believable. The characters are true to life. People have (mental) breaks. People risk their lives doing search and rescue.
Wow! Another page turner.
Also how forgetful she was I mean I don't really think someone would forget a murder less than a month before these other murders happened and not fit the clues together she had a few moments like that things that pop up several chapters later and she'd go I didn't think or remember
Grant has minor ability it never get mentioned to her you'd hear about it on his side but he never said it out loud to her so I found it kind of pointless. Just wasn't as smooth as the 1st book but I will continue to the 3rd. It's still good series so far