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Dream Man (edition 1998)
by Linda Howard
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0671019759, Mass Market Paperback)Setting: Contemporary Orlando, Florida
Never comfortable with her fame as an empath, lovely Marlie Keen has led a life free of clairvoyant incidents for several years. But her quiet, ordinary existence is shattered when the unwanted ability to read a murderer's mind returns with a vengeance. Knowing that publicity is sure to follow, Marlie nevertheless tells the police what she knows. Tough detective Dane Hollister first scoffs at her claim that she "sees" the serial killer who's terrorizing Orlando, but it doesn't take long to convince him that she's telling the truth. It takes even less time for him to recognize the attraction between himself and Marlie, but Marlie is incredibly vulnerable to the visions assaulting her and Dane must put his fierce desire on hold while he tries to track down a bloodthirsty madman.
A perfect example of why Linda Howard is a leading author of romantic suspense, Dream Man offers a plot that unfolds with precision, suspense that is taut and spine tingling, passion hot enough to peel paint, and breathtaking romance. This is Howard in top form. --Lois Faye Dyer
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In Orlando, where a serial killer is on the loose, Marlie Keen, a psychic who can see the murders through the killer's eyes, offers police her help. Detective Dane Hollister has her move into his house where they live some harrowing--and passionate--moments. By the author of Heart of Fire.
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