Dream Huntress by Michelle Sharp

Posted in Contemporary Romance/ Magic/Paranormal/ Mystery/Crime/ Reviews/ Romantic Suspense 7th July 2014
Dream Huntress by Michelle SharpDream Huntress by Michelle Sharp
Series: Dream Seeker #1
Published by Entangled: Ignite on June 23rd 2014
Pages: 332
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three-stars

Detective Jordan Delany has a gift. Through her dreams, she connects with dead victims of violent crimes. Her isolated life as a drug cop is perfect for hiding the freakish visions, until her newest investigation has her posing as a cocktail waitress in a down-and-dirty strip club. When she's saved from a drunken customer by a handsome stranger, the heated chemistry is exactly why she intends to keep Mr. Arrogant at bay. But learning he's the new bouncer for the corrupt club she intends to bust just might be the one reason why she can't.
Tyler McGee suspects a drug ring operating out of the local club is flooding the streets of his hometown with heroin. Determined to get answers, he plays the part of a fallen cop and lands the job of head bouncer. What he discovers is that the club owner isn't the only deadly obstacle he's facing. His attraction to an intriguing cocktail waitress with a penchant for danger just might kill him first.

Undercover cop Jordan Delaney takes on a sleazy job as a cocktail waitress at a notorious bar in a small town and comes face to face with another cop’s who is working undercover. The tension between them is obvious from the very start and not knowing who the other really is makes up for a very entertaining first half.

The paranormal element in this book comes mainly from Jordan’s dreams – the past and present mix as she takes on undercover cases. I’d initially thought that these were isolated incidents meant to show us this curious ability of hers and appreciated how they actually tied in at the climax of the story.

There’s loads of sexual tension (and sex) in the book, but my main and probably only gripe with this simmering chemistry is that the behaviour of the H/h feels over the top at times and the constant raging/weeping/breaking down made me feel as though I’d landed straight and concussed in the middle of a Days of Our Lives episode.

three-stars

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