Kat Martin brings us another of her paranormal adventures. The characters are very well drawn and the story could have come from today's headlines. I enjoy the depth to the characters and the story is focused on the heartache this family has endured. I loved it.
Autumn Sommers is a school teacher and part time rock climber. She teaches a class at her gym on rock climbing after school and on weekends. She is very busy but not to busy to dream. She is haveing a recurring dream when she sleeps, a little girl is tempted away and abducted from her yard. Autumn has had this type of dream once before, and two of her best friends died in a car wreck. Knowing this dream will come to pass she begins to search for the victim. However, she finds that this abduction happened twelve yrs ago and convincing the child's father to trust her and open himself up to hope is a hard job.
Ben McKenzie is a self-made millionaire, and since his daughter was lost he and his wife have divorced, and he has thrown himself into that business. Now Autumn won't leave him alone, and he has come to accept the death of his child. Reopening those old wounds to find her a fake, after his money would kill him.
When they finally reach a compromise the story takes off and never stops. This is a high action ride and I loved the story. Kat Martin is becoming one of my favorite authors. Do not miss this book.
Book two in the paranormal romantic suspense (Ordinary women with extraordinary experiences). This was a well-researched story, incorporating a lot of rock climbing references. Both lead characters are active, outdoor types. I will definitely look for the next book in the series.
Debra L. reviewed The Summit (Paranormal, Bk 2) on
Helpful Score: 1
Paranormals, to me are intereting,but unbelievable. So I did enjoy reading this book, and it did hold my interest while I read it,but to try to recall the characters... I would have to look them up again.
Oh, my goodness what a great little book this was. A great little love story centered around finding a missing child. It was a real page turner there at the end too. I stayed up all night to finish this one. Just a sweet read.
I rate this book 5 stars. Frankly, I couldn't put it down. The level of tension was high through the book and the characters were quite believable. The climax of the book was first rate. This book will keep you turning the pages long after it is time to turn in for the night.