Dream Caller by Michelle Sharp

Dream Caller by Michelle SharpDream Caller by Michelle Sharp
Series: Dream Seeker #3
Published by Barclay Publicity on October 27th 2015
Pages: 188
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Jordan and Ty are finally together, as in living together—mortgage and all. Now they intend to enjoy a little down time. They’ve purchased an aging horse ranch with plans to renovate, but their domestic bliss is put on hold when Ty is called in to investigate a murder case.
Coincidentally, an unusually graphic nightmare about a young college student’s murder catches Jordan by surprise. In the dream, Jordan can see the girl’s pretty blonde hair. She can see the snowy ravine the girl was strangled in. Most shockingly, this time she can even see the killers face.
Being at home and still on vacation is making it challenging to figure out how to connect with this latest victim, until Jordan visits Ty’s precinct and recognizes a young man in interrogation as the murderer.
When Ty insists the suspect is innocent, Jordan debates just how far into Ty’s career she can interfere. Influencing another cop’s investigation on the basis of a dream is a line she’s never dared to cross. Even if the other cop is the man she loves.
Making the situation all the more frustrating is the sexy, red-headed Isobel Riley from Missouri Highway Patrol who is partnering with Ty for the duration of the case. And Isobel is a lot more than a mere detective consultant—she’s Ty’s ex-lover.

The rocky post-sunset relationship of Jordan and Tyler continues in this series and I must admit that the crime and the ongoing mystery of Jordan’s family interested me more than the difficulties and the volatilities of couplehood at this stage. (Hint: it has to do with a one-night stand that sends an already-insecure woman off the rails)

I do understand Michelle Sharp’s eagerness to explore Jordan and Tyler beyond their HEA, but I’m also ready for other characters to see their share of the action now.