This was a good thriller. Lindsay and Jordan meet, then discover there is more to their pairing than the average couples. Add that into an evil conspiracy of military and scientific secrets and you have a nice read!
this is a fast paced book full of intruige and passion. The most amazing part of the story is the connection that the two main characters form as they are being stalked by crazed killers. Its amazing what two people can do when they put their minds to it. This is truly a great paranormal romance that has a near believable plot. lol
When journalist Jordan Walker asks Lindsay Fleming for help investigatin the puzzling death of a local millionaire's son, he tells himself it's her Capitol Hill connections that he needs. But he can't quite forget the singular, intense reaction he had when he touched her hand the first time they met, and Lindsay is still reeling from the vivid dream she had about him that same night. Their need to connect to each other--mentally and physically--is stronger than anything either has ever felt before.
As they delve deeper iinto a complicated web of military and scientific secrets, each new discovery brings more questions about their mysterious bond--and more danger. But they must join together to uncover the truth about the power that lies at the very heart of their relationship--and fight against the sinister forces that would destroy them....
Paranormal romantic suspense is a hot commodity, and no one does it better than Rebecca York. With BEYOND CONTROL, we get a no-holds-barred suspense tale, filled with the danger and excitement that such a story entails. We also get a paranormal story, with a hero and heroine who invade each other's dreams, can communicate with a touch, and whose need for physical contact almost turns into an obsession. And, of course, we get the sexual intensity that Ms. York is known for, with all the sensuality that includes.
Journalist Jordan Walker believes he's taken on the story of his career when elusive billionaire Leonard Hamilton offers him the chance to write a totally authorized biography. Jordan at once feels that the deal is too good to be true, and in a way, he's right. Hamilton will give him his story, but in return he wants Jordan to investigate the suspicious death of his son, Todd. Hamilton is sure Todd was murdered, and even though there's circumstantial proof to the contrary, Jordan knows that he'll have to use every investigative tool in his power if he wants to get Leonard Hamilton's biography published.
When he contacts congressional staffer Lindsay Fleming, Jordan reassures himself that it's only to use her contacts to get close to Senator Conroy. Jordan 's sure that if he can question the Senator, he can find out exactly what happened in the boating accident that took the life of Todd Hamilton and his alleged boyfriend, Glenn Borrow. Not to mention that Jordan wants information on the reclusive and highly secretive facility known as Maple Creek, which Todd and Glenn had broken into shortly before their deaths. Suddenly, though, getting answers to his questions isn't nearly as unsettling as the power that sparks between him and Lindsay at Senator Conroy's party.
One touch is all it takes for Jordan and Lindsay to begin invading each other's dreams. That touch produced nearly literal sparks, and now the need for them to touch, to be close, to be in contact with one another, is nearly a physical ache. Lindsay has no idea what's happening, but she knows that helping Jordan Walker in his investigation has suddenly made her a target-for a killer. Now Jordan and Lindsay are in danger, not only from the obsession to be together, but from a brother and sister who share the same bond, and are intent on getting rid of them before they can disclose what really happened to Todd Hamilton on Chesapeake Bay .
Rebecca York has woven a web of danger, intrigue, and passion that you're not soon to forget. Beyond the relationship of Jordan and Lindsay, past the passion that they create together, is a plain old suspense story that is imaginative and scary-the best in romantic suspense.
When journalist Jordan Walker asks Lindsay Fleming for help investigating the puzzling deat of a local millionaire's son, he tells himself it is her Capital Hill connections he needs. But he can't quite forget the singular, intense reaction he had the first time he touched her hand.