Here is a review of a book I absolutely loved. I guarantee it will hook you from the very first page. Dylan is president of Sunshine State Romance Authors, a chapter of Romance Writers of America. Follow the link below the review to Dylan's website. I've read all her books and the others are just as good as this one.
From the first page, this engaging paranormal romance (with a touch of mystery) pulls the reader into the fascinating world of Nola Richards, a psychic who makes a living by helping the bereaved communicate with the ghosts of their loved ones. Nola can see ghosts and can somewhat understand what they want, although the ghosts don’t speak. Usually, people come to see Nola at her home in the psychic community of Lily Dale in upstate New York, seeking her help in passing messages to and from their loved ones. However, this time the ghost seeks out Nola, attempting to tell her something about his death. Although he is unusually strong and persistent, for a ghost, at first she is not able to understand what he wants or who he wants her to contact. All she knows is that he won’t leave her alone until she helps him and he won’t follow any of her rules, bothering her at all times of the day and night, even in the bathroom! When Nola figures out what he wants her to do, she immediately plans to contact the family so she can finally get rid of the ghost and get back to her paying clients. Nola isn’t looking for a relationship. The last man she loved made off with most of the money in her bank account. Still reeling, Nola keeps her guard up when it comes to men, but the ghost’s brother turns out to be a hunk who she might consider for a one night stand, if he would quit acting like such a jerk.
Parker Sebastian is grieving the loss of his brother, Paul, who recently committed suicide. When he meets Nola at his office, handcuffed by his security guards and shouting about ghosts, he is sure she is nothing more than a con artist, trying to take advantage of his grief. Although he finds himself intensely attracted to her, he wants nothing to do with anyone who would exploit someone else’s loss in that way. But Nola knows details about Paul’s death that no one else should know. Did she have something to do with his brother’s death? Parker has to find out.
This book was a fast paced, pleasure to read. I couldn’t help rooting for Nola, getting mad at Parker for his male denseness and laughing at ghost Paul’s antics. The mystery unfolded with just enough clues to hint at what really happened, but not enough to give away the resolution. This book was extremely well written and had a very satisfying ending. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good love story with some steamy scenes and an intriguing story.