Book Reviews of Night Mist (Silhouette Dreamscapes)

Night Mist (Silhouette Dreamscapes)
Night Mist - Silhouette Dreamscapes
Author: Helen R. Myers
ISBN-13: 9780373511273
ISBN-10: 0373511272
Publication Date: 1/1/2001
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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This is an excellent book my Helen R. Myers. Great paranormal romance that engages you from the beginning and keeps you reading.
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This is number 6 of the discontinued Silhouette Shadows series. These are a series of paranormal and romance books and have some great authors. Back reads: At the faint words, Dr. Rachel Gentry stopped on Black Water Creek Bridge, straining to see through the night's foggy mist. Then she saw him...a pale, ghostly figure, his T-shirt soaked with blood, his intense, dark blue eyes begging her not to be afraid. And suddenly, as he issued a desperate warning, he dissappeared before her eyes into thin air....
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I really enjoyed reading this book.
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For the past three nights, Dr. Rachel Gentry hears a man yelling for help while she is walking home through the misty fog. A ghostly figure in a blood soaked T-shirt begs her not to be afraid...then disappears before her eyes. Wondering if she is losing her mind, Rachel returned to her boardinghouse, where she was startled by her reclusive neighbor, Jay Barnes. When he switches on the light, she realizes he looks just like the ghost she has been seeing.

This book was actually better than it sounds. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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At the faint words, Dr. Rachel Gentry stopped on Black Water Creek Bridge, straining to see through the night's foggy mist. Then she spotted him... a pale, ghostly figure, his T-shirt soaked with blood, his intense dark blue eyes begging her not to be afraid.
After issuing a desperate warning, "Don't go back there, don't meet him"... he disappeared before her eyes into thin air.
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In a word = BORING. So boring I fell asleep trying to read it.
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I COULD NOT PUT THIS BOOK DOWN UNTIL I FINISHED IT. I THINK THAT ALL OF YOU READERS OUT THERE WOULD ALSO.