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  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington (16 Oct. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758273495
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758273499
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 2.8 x 20.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 961,363 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Shannon McKenna is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous books, including In For the Kill, Fatal Strike, and Behind Closed Doors. Since she was small she has loved abandoning herself to the magic of a good book.

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Since waking from his coma miles has left his friends and hidden himself away in the wilderness living from the land and trying to recover from the sensory overload in his brain he has been left with, he can't find lara but he dreams about her every night and his dreams are so real he thinks his brain is breaking down. When he figures out that his dream woman is in fact real and they are talking telepathically he sets out to find where she is being held and rescues her.

I was disappointed with this story as I was looking forward to reading Miles story who has been in the books from the start, but I felt let down by his character as he seemed unemotional and distant, I just couldn't connect to miles or laras character, I don't know if it was because we missed out on them actually meeting and forming their emotional bond as it was just explained to us briefly how miles and lara met in their minds and both thinking each other were imaginary then when he realised who she was and where she was being kept he decided to rescue her, but when I was reading all of this I wasn't pulled into the story like I alway do when I read this authors work, I didn't connect with the characters and I felt like this all the way through.
The romance between them was hot and steamy at times but not as smoking hot as her previous books and because I couldn't connect with the characters the romance seemed unemotional.
The psi story did seem far fetched and unbelievable, the story lacked detail of miles fighting unlike previous books when it was written in great detail and was exciting but in this book it was missed out and we were just told later how he had got rid of the men coming after him.
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I'm lukewarm on this latest book in the series. Sort of meh, overall. I'm tired of the psi-freak storyline and skimmed parts of that, but more than that, I wasn't feeling Miles and Lara as a couple. The sex was steamy, but I needed a more intimate and believable connection between them. I've loved Miles since the very beginning of the series, and I so wanted more for Miles' story/romance. I didn't feel completely connected to him with Lara.

As a fan of the series, I got some enjoyment out of this. It was nice catching up with all the guys. Loved seeing funny, irrepressible Sean again, love that guy, and Tam, too, who is still cool and full of badassery. Not a bad story, but not a stand-out for me. It's going on my keeper shelf with the rest of the series but won't be one I reach to re-read.
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By Anne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Sept. 2013
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This is one of the books featuring the McCloud family and their friends. They are all ex-military/survivalist/security type people who help each other out with their legal and more dubious skills. The series started as standard suspense with a large romantic element and as it has progressed they have more and more been involved in psi type activity either induced by drugs or natural to the characters (usually both). This theme continues in this book where the characters have to pick up from what has happened at the end of last book. It is some time since I read the previous book in the series but I soon gathered what was happening and think that the novel could easily be read by someone who comes to it without the past knowledge (although they may get very confused about who is who in the increasingly large cast of characters in the McCloud crowd).

Miles is a mess. He has developed a super sensitivity and strange mental powers following an attack in the previous book which left him in a coma. Miles is a computer geek who has been at the periphery of previous stories and has been well messed around by his long-term girlfriend Cindy. The McClouds have been working to help Miles achieve physical as well as mental strength and now he has developed and has ditched the unfaithful Cindy. He has learned to build mental blocks to keep others out of his mind but now he is having fantasies of sex with a beautiful young woman. When he realises that the woman in his mind is real (and has participated in his fantasy dreams) he needs to rescue her and to prevent the villain who holds her from unleashing a potential evil on the world.

It doesn't do to concentrate on the plot too much because there are holes in it and it is all very unlikely (understatement).
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