Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Psychic Week - We're All a Little Bit Psychic

Posted by: Linda Mooney
Whether you want to believe it or not, we're all a little bit psychic.

Have you known who was calling you before answering your phone (and not looking)?
Have you known your phone was about to ring, or someone was at the door before hearing it ring?
Have you "felt" someone's presence nearby before looking to see who it was?
Have you been aware of something being "wrong", and going to check it out to find you were right?

These are just a few instances that all of us have experienced at some point or another in our lives. Maybe there were times when you grew aware of something before it happened or revealed itself. If you have, please share!

Speaking of psychics, please check out my book Possession. It contains a blind psychic and a cop...who's already dead. That's right. He's already dead. And this novel has an HEA. Honest!

Sensuous Paranormal Urban Fantasy Romance
Word Count: 60.9K
e / $9.99 p

If you were murdered by a stranger, wouldn’t you want the chance to be able to come back and find out who killed you? And why?

J was born blind, but she could "see" things. Her gift has always helped the police find such things as missing persons, serial killers... a ghost or two.

Detective Kiel Stark has worked homicide for eight years, but he has never met this mysterious Seer his fellow officers claim could almost perform miracles. Not until a gruesome triple homicide has his superiors calling in the reserved woman to help with the case.

Now Stark is faced with a double threat. Not only is he finding himself dangerously attracted to the enigmatic beauty, but she could very well discover his own carefully guarded secret—a secret that could bring an end to his career, his way of life, and any future he had hoped to have. 

Warning!  Contains disturbing images, the living dead, revenge gone wrong, drug deals gone bad, and two people facing an impossible love without any chance for a future. 

For an excerpt and buy links, go to:

1 comment:

  1. I love the premise of the book and it sounds like a great read. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
    sherry @ fundinmental


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