Maybe I'm a snob, but I really thought this one was really stupid. Just kind of cheesy and an overall sense of disappointment. And you can defintely see where the ending is going. Not hard to guess which is always a dealbreaker for me.
I need my main characters to have more of a sense of humor and these guys were just blah.
This is one of the most boring books ever... and I'm a BIG Lori Foster Fan... It took to long to get into the book and took me over 8 months to read as far as I got. I kept pushing it aside to read other books. To be absolutely honest I still haven't finished it.
Loved it--if you're looking for "classic" Lori Foster, this is it. Helps if you have read the other books that this character is in prior to reading "Jamie".
I really dislike manipulative heroines. Maybe especially when they seem to think that what they're doing is for the other character's own good. Of course, that usually coincides with what they want for themselves, as it does here. I only got a 120 pages into this. Didn't like what I'd seen, didn't like where it was too obviously going. Stopped reading.
The fifth installment in Foster's Visitation series (after Just a HintClint) strives to be a Jennifer Crusiestyle lighthearted romance with a paranormal kick, but while the setting and secondary characters possess charm, the bumpy plotting keeps readers from fully suspending their disbelief. Prompted by her young (and psychic) daughter, Cory, redhead Faith Owen tracks reclusive psychic Jamie Creed to his remote mountain cabin. Once ensconced there, Faith reveals that she once worked at the Farmington Research Institute, a facility where Jamie was treated like a mere animal and exploited for his psychic abilities. Jamie's first instinct is to kick Faith out on her sexy rear end, but she proves too persistentand alluring, particularly since he hasn't had a woman in nearly a decade. Somewhere along the way, as the two explore their attraction to one another in raw, graphic sex scenes, lust becomes love, precipitously, though few will be convinced. Still, Jamie's charismatic friends, fellow Visitation residents who arrive at the base of Jamie's mountain, provide some welcome depth, and the mystery surrounding Visitation's latest vigilante and the secrets of Cory's parentage add intrigue.