Author: Rayna Vause
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Narrator: John Solo
If a stalker doesn’t kill them, the heat between them might.
Christopher Vincent is desperate enough for a job that he accepts an offer to entertain as a psychic in a friend’s nightclub. Jackson Whitman, one of the club’s co-owners, is less than thrilled by the new act. To him, psychics are ridiculous and a liability. But when they come face-to-face, attraction flares to life between them.
Someone is watching Jack and Chris from the shadows. What starts as a series of creepy encounters leads to deadly attacks.
Jack and Chris must set aside their differences and work together to survive a homicidal stalker. But can they survive their explosive connection?
Another fine story in the Dreamspun Desires series featuring old MF tropes. This one has a psychic who falls in love with his boss while at the same time trying to keep harm from coming to the boss’s sister who seems to be the target of a stalker.
Naturally, the boss doesn’t really believe in psychics and takes some convincing before he does. That’s not to say he doesn’t like the psychic himself though.
When Chris goes to see his friend Angelina to deliver a cryptic message from Chris’s mother, a known psychic, he’s surprised when he’s offered a job at her new nightclub. His mom is a well-known psychic, but she’s disabled, and no one was supposed to know he could also see the future. When Angelina finds out, she quickly hires him as the perfect addition to her new nightclub, named Carnival.
In the meantime, her skeptical brother, Jack, spends a lot of time eyeing up the psychic. And why not? He’s beautiful eye candy. It’s not until he finds out that Chris has been right all along that he takes his psychic ability more seriously, and by then both Chris and Angelina have been endangered.
A sweet love story, with a man for Angelina, and Jack for Chris, this hits both sides of the romance coin. Rayna Vause is a new author to me, and I liked this story—I do love these sappy stories—and both the plot and the writing were good. Just long enough with just enough mystery and action to make it interesting. Add in John Solo’s very good narration, and I had a hard time putting it down long enough to communicate with my family. (They might not have been happy, but I was!) A super way to spend the day walking, taking a car ride, or simply lying on the beach, I recommend this audiobook to lovers of these sweet old-time romances.