"A warning voice in her head may save his life."
The dream was so real that Cassie Majors found herself
getting ready to dial Art's number and warn him against
Lida -- before she realized she didn't know an Art or Lida!
She is listening to the news at breakfast when she realizes
she does know, in a very distant way, people by those
names -- Senator Arthur "Art" Hornsby, presidential
hopeful, and Representative Lida Chatham.
Wynn Harmon knows that Senator Hornsby is headed for
trouble, possible even life-threating. As
Hornsby's "consultant", he needs to warn him. He also knows
he's being watched. To outsmart these watchers, he will
have to depend on -- his cleaning woman. This just happens
to be Cassie.
Cassie is surprised that Mr. Harmon is home when she comes
to clean his house. While cleaning, Cassie starts hearing a
voice in her head. It's not long until she determines it's
Wynn and that he wants her assistance in helping the
Senator. The problem is, they are not the only ones with
this gift of telepathy and the other guy is definately not
a good guy.
As they work together to save the Senator and outsmart the
bad guy, Wynn discovers that being important is not as
significant as whom you're important to.
Treva Harte has yet to disappoint me with one of her
stories and WHY ME? is no exception. I especially liked
this hero. He reminded me a bit of those heroes that made
Andre Norton's early books my favorites. The heroine is
bright and fun to get to know. The bad guy is bad, but
there is not a lot of pain and cruelty depicted. I really
liked visitng with all the charectors and was sorry when
the story was over.
Sensuality: R. Some blunt language; oral sex; anal sex;
fairly descriptive sex.
Reviewed by Flora Bell
Posted July 31, 2002
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 18, 2006