Cassandra Hudson has traveled across country to a small town in South Carolina to find a tall man with deep, blue eyes that she’s only met in her dreams. She “sees” that he’s in danger and wants to stop him from a possible death. But more than that, she’s desperate to solve a mystery that involves her husband who has been dead for over two years. Too bad for her, her dream man wants to solve the mysteries of her body more than help her find a solution to her problem.
When Dan Morgan stops to help a beautiful woman on the side of the road outside his hometown, he doesn’t realize that she will drag him into the world of the paranormal in an effort to find out what happened to her husband and the half million dollars he was accused of stealing. What he does realize is the strong attraction he feels for her, despite his distrust of anything mystical, and the undeniable power she holds over him using her sexy body as a lure.
Love—if they can capture it—will make it both easier and harder for them to find the answers they need.
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
Heat/Violence Level: Heat Level 5 – NC-17
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I used to live in Greenwood, SC and enjoyed it so much. The idea of a paranormal, erotic romance came to me one day while I was sitting and having a glass if icy, sweet tea. I loved combining the town with the sassy psychic who wandered in from California, searching–literally–for the man of her dreams.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I have no idea what inspired Dan and Cassandra, but the characters of Dan's aunts are taken directly from my mom and her twin sister. Being with them in the middle of one of their conversations was like watching a tennis match! We used to call them the twin tornadoes and not without good reason. I had such fun writing Delia and Rose.
The road sign indicating that Greenwood was only seventeen miles away was a blessing. It had been a long day and all Cassandra wanted was dinner, a drink of something strong and a hot shower. All of that would be hers, she promised herself, once she got to her goal, Greenwood.
I can keep going for another seventeen miles. Then, after dinner, drink and a shower, she would fall into bed and hopefully have a good night’s sleep, without the dreams that had plagued her for the past two months.
She sighed with relief as she passed through the town of Abbeville and saw another sign that said she was a mere thirteen miles from Greenwood. Smiling in anticipation, she picked up speed only to hear a loud bang and feel the car pull sharply to the right. With a firm hand on the wheel, she coasted to the side of the road.
The problem was, unfortunately, with the front tire. As she stooped to take a look, she cringed. It was definitely more than flat, it was totally blown out. Damn. That meant buying a new tire rather than just getting this one patched.
She stood and slammed her hand on the hood in frustration and fatigue. After more than ten hours of driving that day, this delay was the last thing she needed.
Sighing, and then laughing, more as a means to keep from crying as anything else, she opened the passenger door to find her cell phone. The sound of a diesel engine drew her attention to the back of her car, where the largest pickup truck she had ever seen was stopping behind her, its four-way flashers blinking.
The late afternoon sun blinded her slightly, so she put her hand up to shade her eyes. Even so, all she could determine was a shape coming toward her, tall, broad-shouldered, with a wide chest narrowing to a lean waist and hips. Long legs propelled the man toward her. When he got closer, he smiled and she could see straight, white teeth and the bluest eyes she had ever seen, set into a tanned face. His hair was dark brown and a little shaggy, but all in all, he was a wonderful specimen of manhood. A dream of a man, literally.
When he stopped beside her, she looked up into his face in amazement. “It’s you!”
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