5 Stars Phenomenal Book!!! Top Pick
Review- Night Owl Reviews
A powerful woman, an extraordinary
man, and a maniac who wants to destroy them. Fate has brought them together,
but will it make them stronger or destroy them all in end?
Escape to a world where the
impossible becomes possible and sparks ignite.
WHISPER CAPE is a town of secrets
and Addison MacKenna soon becomes tangled in a web of them. Plagued with nightmares
of her father's sudden and brutal death, Addie struggles with her anguish and
refuses to believe his demise was accidental.
Fighting to shake off one of those
devastating early morning nightmares, Addison finds it even harder to escape
from the vision of a man lying on the side of the road--a man she may have just
killed. When she frantically tries to locate him, he seemingly disappears, just
the beginning of strange occurrences in her life. She also cannot ignore the
weird sensations in her own body. Suddenly, the impossible seems possible, but
is that a blessing or a curse?
Believing that her continual and
worsening nightmares are both the key to her own new abilities and the clue to
her father's death, Addie knows she will not rest until she has the answers she
craves. As she strives to cope with her new remarkable talents, someone else
learns of her abilities--a disgruntled maniacal psychopath with his own agenda
that involves eliminating Addie. The only one who can protect her, instruct her
in the use of her powers, and teach her how to destroy the murderous monster is
the same man who makes Addie's heart race and her blood heat with passion. The
same man she'd left for dead.
Cael Sheridan may be arrogant and
mysterious but he's also undeniably gorgeous. A member of a secret society, he
is sworn to protect the woman he believes to be the daughter of his recently
murdered mentor. In the process, he finds it impossible to resist her magnetic
sensuality, complicating his efforts to shield and guide her as she learns to
manage her newly acquired skills. At the same time, Addison has much to teach
him about trust and commitment. Will fate win in the end? You be the judge.
After her father’s murder is closed
by the police as an accidental death, Addison and her aunt Maia move to Whisper
Cape, their family’s hometown.Addie has
moved into her own studio apartment to allow Aunt Maia and her beau, Gerry, to
have some privacy.On the way to work at
Gerry’s bar and grill, Addie has a fright when she believes she may have hit a
man walking in the middle of the road, but he has disappeared!Soon Addie is entrenched in a world of long
held secrets, paranormal abilities, and something evil that wants her life.
I am in love with Addison and
Cael.What a perfect couple they are
together.This story is full of fantasy,
love, and intrigue.I started in the
morning and just could not put it down until I was done!This was a terrific first book for the
trilogy and I am diving straight into book 2!
Book 2 in the Steamy Paranormal
Romance/Suspense, Whisper Cape Series
What if you heard a voice whispering warnings while you coped with a
Knowing the future has its advantages...or does it?
Can love survive the reflections and memories lost?
Welcome to Maia's world.
Gerry has loved Maia from the very first moment he laid eyes on her and now
that she's pregnant with his child, he's over the moon with happiness.
Likewise, Maia is overjoyed about having Gerry's baby, but when she starts
seeing and hearing an old woman who warns Maia about the pregnancy, Maia starts
to think she is losing her mind. But Maia's nightmare has only just begun...
A beautiful woman, the talented lead
singer in an up and coming rock band, sets her sights on Gerry determined to
rekindle an old flame. But murder befalls the sleepy town of Whisper Cape once
again, creating suspicion and betrayal, and a love once considered invincible,
begins to crumble and fall apart.
Gerry sat up and rubbed his
shoulder. “Thanks, Addie.” He followed her gaze to the place where they had
last seen Cael. It pained him, but finally he said, “Addie. Maybe he can’t get
“You don’t think Finn shot him, do
you? Cael is strong.”
Gerry shook his head but wasn’t sure
if she noticed. “No.”
“Once he got him away from here, I’m
sure he used his skills,” she said. “I mean, Cael could take Finn in a fight
“He might not be able to come back.”
Gerry brushed a strand of hair out of Addie’s face.
“What? What do you mean?” She stood
and Gerry got up with her. He moaned a little from the pain and stood next to
“I don’t think he got shot. I’m not
sure exactly what happened to Cael. When the bullet hit me, I lost balance. He
might have received some of my …”
“What? No!” Her face paled and she
fought to take in air.
“Breathe,” he said, stroking her
back as Maia walked up and stood by her other side.
“I don’t understand.” Her voice was
barely a whisper. She walked to where Cael had wrestled with Finn. “What sort
of memory were you sending?”
“That’s the problem.” Gerry shook
his head. He didn’t want to have to tell Addie that she might never see Cael
Book two in the Whisper Cape
Trilogy.You definitely need to read
these in order.
Maia and Gerry are celebrating their
pregnancy, but Maia is experiencing morning sickness, body-image issues, and …
hallucinations?She is seeing an old
woman who is giving her warnings to safeguard her precious cargo.Where has this woman come from?Is she real?Are her concerns legitimate?
Maia’s emotional turmoil is so true
to my experience as a pregnant person.I
imagine to most women.This was more
than the story of her pregnancy. This is
also a murder mystery and a look into what family means. Besides the story of
Maia and Gerry, there is also Cael and Addie’s return from their extended
vacation and Gerry’s friends from Scotland have arrived in town.
This was a wonderful fast-paced
story.There was never a dull moment in
reading this!I need to read the third
book in this trilogy.Where is Cael?!
Cael and Addison’s fate has taken an
Gerry, Addie and Cael almost
captured Careen’s murderer only to lose Cael in the battle—a battle that nearly
cost him his life. But despite his survival, he faces a new challenge, thanks
to Gerry's handiwork: will Cael remember Addie or is their love lost with him?
Addie’s family and friends think she
should keep the relationship a secret from Cael so he isn't forced into
feelings he can't remember. Just what she needs, more secrets and on top of
everything else, someone stole the crystal. How is she supposed to get over the
loss of her lover, a lover she'd barely had for only a few short months and
deal with the secret of the lost crystal at the same time?
Aiden wants nothing more than to
help Addie overcome her grief and get over Cael. Or is that all he wants? What
happens when too many people know the secret and someone slips up?
Teaser Excerpt from A Secret Fate
He lay half on top of her, their legs tangled together on the sofa as their
rapid heartbeats slowly returned to normal. He didn’t want to move or let her
go, but he’d have to. He needed to get up and leave. How would he ever look
Aiden in the eye again? What a mess he’d gotten himself into this time.
She sighed. “That was amazing.” Resting her head on his chest, she leaned her
face to his and kissed him, gently, softly, then closed her eyes and rested her
head. They stayed that way, silent, for a while.
I grew up in a small town in
Pennsylvania, spending most of my time daydreaming or playing around in the
mud. I grew out of the mud play, well, most of the time, a good soak in the mud
is always fun. I still daydream often and sometimes my daydreams interrupt my
daydreams. So I write to remember them. If I didn't write, I think my mind
would explode from an overload of fantasy and weirdness. To the annoyance of my
friends and family, my characters sometimes become a part of my world. During
my childhood, I would frequently get in trouble in school for daydreaming.
Eventually, my vivid imagination paid off and I had the privilege of writing
and co-directing my sixth-grade class play—a dreadful disaster, though not from
my writing, of course. I'm pretty sure it was the acting.
I enjoy writing about characters
living in small quaint towns and tend to lean toward the unusual and edgy.
My paranormal playing field delves
into a different milieu, abandoning vampires and werewolves, but not
discounting them. Someday I might like to write a novel about vamps and those
furry creatures. But for now I like the bizarre mixed with romance. A strong
hero or heroine confronted with extraordinary forces of nature, powers and
capabilities gets my blood running hot as does an steamy contemporary romantic