Friday, November 23, 2012

Review: Hide N Go Seek by Dale Mayer (Psychic Visions #2)

Title: Hide N Go Seek
Author: Dale Mayer
Source: Self Purchased
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Thriller
Length: Novel
Release Date : December 28, 2011
Reviewer: Jasmyn

A twisted game of Hide'n Go Seek forces an unlikely alliance between a no-nonsense FBI agent and a search-and-rescue worker.

Celebrated search-and-rescue worker Kali Jordon has hidden her psychic abilities by crediting her canine partner Shiloh with the recoveries. But Kali knows the grim truth. The Sight that she inherited from her grandmother allows her to trace violent energy unerringly to victims of murder. No one knows her secret until a twisted killer challenges her to a deadly game of Hide'n Go Seek that threatens those closest to her.

Now she must rely on FBI Special Agent Grant Summers, a man who has sworn to protect her, even as he suspects there's more to Kali and Shiloh than meets the eye. As the killer draws a tighter and tighter circle around Kali, she and Grant find there's no place to hide from themselves.

Are her visions the key to finding the latest victim alive or will this twisted game of Hide'n Go Seek cost her...everything?

Kali Jordan has an interesting ability - one that is about to get stronger, and a little scary.  She is a search and rescue worker, and along side her partner, the dog Shiloh, she has a stunning success rate.  Then one day something happens, and things go horribly wrong.  She finds that her ability to find people changes into the ability to find murder victims.  Then the murderer turns it all into a game, challenging Kali to find his victims before they die.  FBI Agent Grant Summers is convinced it's someone close to Kali, no one else would be able to pick the targets they way they are.  While Grant tries to catch the bad guy, Kali must try to find the victims before they die - and before she becomes the next target.  Warning - may bother you if you have an extreme case of claustrophobia.

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.  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 and really drew Kali and Grant together.

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.

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