"Terrific romantic suspense thriller"
At the Billings regional medical center, widower
neurologist Dr. Daniel Lucas and his six years old son Joey
are inexplicably drawn to his comatose patient a Jane Doe,
the victim of a horrendous beating. Joey sits by her
hospital bed as she done almost every day since Jane was
admitted two weeks ago and tells her stories from the old
west just like his mom used to tell him.
Somehow Cassie Ryan hears the little boy and dreams of a
life in the old west where she lived with only her son Joey
after her abusive spouse abandoned them on their ranch.
When a drifter, Daniel Lucas arrives seeking a place to
bunk down for a while in exchange for work on the ranch,
Cassie agrees. They fall in love, but tragedy intervenes.
When Jane awakens she relates her story to Daniel who does
not scoff at what she says but believes that what she
dreamt could have occurred as he already is in love with
her. However, whoever beat her left her to die.
This is a terrific romantic suspense thriller with two
subplots (past and present) that tie very well together
through the connection of a love that even death could not
kill. Cassie and Daniel are star-crossed lovers who seem
like their past history is going to repeat itself while
Joey seems wiser than his year. Paranormal fans will enjoy
this fine reincarnation thriller while wondering if good
(love) or bad (murder) kismet will occur.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted November 15, 2005
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 18, 2007