REVIEW: Deadly Dreams by Rie McGaha from Noble Romance Publishing

Title: Deadly Dreams
Author: Rie McGaha
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing
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Genre: Mystery / Suspense
Publication date: 2008
Rating: Graphic sexual violence
ISBN: 978-1-60592-002-3
Length: Novel
Format: e-book
Reviewer: WitchGiggles

All Lea Reynolds wants to do is work in her flower shop and stop
having the dreadful nightmares she’s had since she was a child.
Lately, though they’ve gotten worse. Almost as though she can see
what’s happening through the victim’s eye’s. She wants to turn this guy in, but who’s she going to tell that isn’t going to lock her up in the closest nut factory?

Having made homicide detective by his mid-thirties, Chase Mackenzie has no time for women, relationships or even sex when he’s on a case and this case has him tied in knots. Then he meets Lea and the knots get bigger because as much as he’d like to think so, he can’t dismiss her nightmares as simple dreams.

I adored the way Deadly Dreams took unexpected turns-even with the villain. I found Rie McGaha’s story to be a gripping, graphic page turner that has enough realistic depiction to make me wonder about every stranger I see around me. While the sex between the mains is beautiful, the sadistic nature of the other is a bit disturbing. This is a really good, suspenseful read.


Author: Sassy Brit, Author Assistant

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