Synopses & Reviews
Detective Nate Darling has put up with a lot of weird things since he's moved back to San Francisco—healing crystals, free range tofu, the SF Giants. But he's drawing the line at psychic dream interpretations.
Tabitha March claims she can see other people's dreams. In fact, she insists she "saw" a murder, and even provides Nate with explicit details of the crime. There's no doubt the curvaceous blue-eyed blonde knows something, but how is she involved? Is she the murderer? Because there's just no way that Tabitha can really "see" the killer's dream.
Then another body is discovered, just the way Tabitha described it would be. Now evidence suggests she may be the next victim. And Nate has to reconsider his beliefs or risk losing the woman he has fallen in love with . . . forever.
Detective Nate Darling has put up with a lot of weird things since moving back to San Francisco--healing crystals, free range tofu, and the Giants. But he draws the line at psychic dream interpretation. When Tabitha March claims she RsawS a murder and provides details, Nate has no doubt she knows something. Original.
San Francisco detective Nate Darling finds himself falling for his prime suspect in a series of murders, Tabitha March, a beautiful young woman who claims to "see" details about the killings in her dreams, and now evidence suggests that she is about to become the killer's next target. Original.
Detective Nate Darling has seen a lot of things over the years, but Tabitha March is in a class all by herself. A soandndash;called "dream interpreter," Nate's pretty sure Tabitha has just found an inventive way to make money. That's why he's not too concerned when asked to investigate one of her client's increasingly disturbing dreams of murder.
But Tabitha's more than a little psychic and she insists that this client is a danger. When a young women is killed in the exact way Tabitha predicted, Nate has to decide if the surprisingly intriguing and undeniably attractive Tabitha is the number one suspect andndash;andndash;or the woman who's going to turn his wellandndash;ordered world on its ear.
About the Author
Marianne Stillings has loved stories with happy endings since she was three years old and her mother read her The Little Golden Book of The Ugly Duckling. Originally from California, these days she lives in the Pacific Northwest, where shes the single mom of two fantastic daughters, and where she takes shelter from the rain by writing happy endings of her own.