Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Review: Garden of Sorrow by Dale Mayer

Garden of Sorrow (Psychic Visions #4) by Dale Mayer
Synopsis (Goodreads):
Alexis Gordon has spent the last year trying to get over the loss of her sister. Then she goes to work on a normal day...and reality as she knows it...disappears.

Detective Kevin Sutherland, armed with his own psychic abilities, recognizes her gift and calls in his friend Stefan Kronos, a psychic artist and law enforcement consultant, to help her develop her skills. But Kevin has never seen anything like this case - a killer with a personal vendetta to stop Alexis from finding out more about him...and his long dead victims.

The killer can be stopped. He must be stopped. But he's planning on surviving...even after death.
My Thoughts: As with the other books in this series, I was highly entertained by both the danger and the sense of wonder that Alexis experiences as she begins unlocking and understanding her power. Her interactions with Kevin, who willingly embraces his gift and has learned to hone and refine it, kept me captivated. And of course there's Stefan... I think I want to read his story soon.

The mystery this time around was nicely creepy. Alexis' insights into the victims is heartbreaking. The killer is just shudder-worthy. There are secrets and lies and a world of unexplored potential that Alexis has to unravel. I liked Kevin and Alexis as a couple and I liked how willingly Alexis threw herself into learning what she could about her power.

Danger, heartbreak, and sexy shenanigans between two psychics. Good stuff. Good stuff.

Books in this series
1. Tuesday's Child
2. Hide'n Go Seek
3. Maddy's Floor
4. Garden of Sorrow - Kindle

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Garden of Sorrow was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.