Night Mist

Night Mist The spine tingling sensation of romances with an edge comes alive with Silhouette Dreamscapes Readers will discover excitement adventured ultimately love Danger lurks in the darkness but so does pa

  • Title: Night Mist
  • Author: Helen R. Myers
  • ISBN: 9780373511273
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • The spine tingling sensation of romances with an edge comes alive with Silhouette Dreamscapes Readers will discover excitement, adventured ultimately, love Danger lurks in the darkness, but so does passion and passion, combined with the power of love, triumphs in the end.

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    1. For the past three nights, Dr. Rachel Gentry hears a man yelling for help while she is walking home through the misty fog. A ghostly figure in a blood soaked T-shirt begs her not to be afraiden disappears before her eyes. Wondering if she is losing her mind, Rachel returned to her boardinghouse, where she was startled by her reclusive neighbor, Jay Barnes. When he switches on the light, she realizes he looks just like the ghost she has been seeing.This book was actually better than it sounds. I [...]

    2. I found it hard to really connect with this story until about half-way into it. Honestly, the most interesting character in the book for me was Jewel, the cook of the house Rachel (the heroine) roomed at. Jewel was only a secondary character in the book, but she practically stole the show. I wasn't thrilled with how the heroine become a bit wishy washy once she hit it off with the guy in the book. But overall it did get interesting and I was satisfied with the ending.

    3. I managed to get to 100 pages but I couldn't make myself finish. I had a hard time connecting with the two main characters. I absolutely love paranormal but this didn't do it for me. Sorry, Ms. Meyers. I'll try your other books.

    4. I wanted to like this book. I'm a huge fan of a good paranormal story. But I think when a book is so boring you fall asleep reading it, its time to move on to something else.

    5. One of the 'strangest' book I ever readThe mystic,The plot,The character itself.I don't know why I read this book,

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