Lea Reynolds has been plagued by nightmares all of her life, but lately the nightmares seem all too real as she wakes up screaming, trying to get away from the monster that chases her. But when she discovers the monster she's been running from in her dreams is really killing women on the streets of Oklahoma City, she doesn't know who to turn to.
Chase Montgomery is a dedicated bachelor and a homicide detective investigating the serial murders of several young ladies. When a beautiful young woman who looks amazingly like the dead women arrives at his office and tells him she's having psychic dreams, he doesn't know what to think.
Brought together because of a psychotic killer, Chase and Lea's relationship soon turns from business to pleasure and they find themselves linked together in more ways than one. But when the killer turns his sights on Lea, Chase discovers just how deep his feelings run and that there are no lengths to which he won't go in order to protect the woman he loves.
Special Content Alert: Graphic sexual content, graphic violence, strong sexual violence (not for titillation purposes)
It had been a long time since she'd had any dreams of the scary kind that she couldn't turn off, that she couldn't change the channel. Lying back down in her bed, she kept the lamp on and her eyes open. The soft light held back the monsters while Lea waited for daylight. An hour later, sunrise brought warm golden rays filtering through the windows. Taking a deep breath, Lea sighed with relief. She got out of bed, went to the bathroom, showered and dressed, and got ready for the day, all the while pondering her latest dream.
It was impossible to ignore them when she knew they most definitely. meant something. And this one definitely meant something bad. But there was nothing she could do about it now, not until she knew what might lay ahead.
She slipped her feet into her shoes and went to the garage, locked the door behind her and started her car, then made the short drive to the flower shop she owned. She enjoyed her job. Working with flowers and plants gave her peace of both spirit and mind. And peace was one of the things she'd had very little of in her life. There was something very calming about creating the arrangements, something almost therapeutic about digging in the soil. The simple tasks gave her a sense of self, a sense of belonging, and a sense of normalcy. And all she ever wanted was to be normal, to not have the dreams, and to not wake up terrified in the middle of the night.
Flipping the sign over that said she was open for business, she began setting flowerpots and potted plants out in front of the store. The sun peeked through a hole in the thunderheads and reflected off the crystals hanging in the windows. The gentle breeze that would soon be a brisk wind moved the chimes, allowing them to sing. Lea took a deep breath and exhaled as she used her hand to shield her eyes and watched the clouds close in from the west, slowly blotting out the sun. It was a fitting simile for the way she felt. She walked back inside as the first raindrops began to fall.
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|Title of eBook: Deadly Dreams|
|Release Date: 01-01-2010|
|Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing, LLC|
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