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Friday, October 17, 2014

Hide 'n Go Seek by Dale Meyer--A Review


A twisted game of Hide'n Go Seek forces an unlikely alliance between a no-nonsense FBI agent and a search-and-rescue worker.

Celebrated search-and-rescue worker Kali Jordon has hidden her psychic abilities by crediting her canine partner Shiloh with the recoveries. But Kali knows the grim truth--The Sight that she inherited from her grandmother allows her to trace violent energy unerringly to victims of murder. No one knows her secret until a twisted killer challenges her to a deadly game of Hide'n Go Seek that threatens those closest to her.

Now she must rely on FBI Special Agent Grant Summers, a man who has sworn to protect her, even as he suspects there's more to Kali and Shiloh than meets the eye. As the killer draws a tighter and tighter circle around Kali, she and Grant find there's no place to hide.

Are her visions the key to finding the latest victim alive or will this twisted game of Hide'n Go Seek cost her...everything?


Dale Meyer is an author who can create paranormal thrillers that are exciting and full of twists and turns!   And she also includes a bit of romance with her writing.

Hide N Go Seek was indeed a thriller with Kali Jordan being a rescuer of victims in natural disaster situations.  She was accustomed to the grueling rescue work, but the losses took a toll upon her and the rest of the team.   Losses comprised of almost rescued, were hardest to accept.   How much strife and loss of life would push a rescuer to the breaking point?

Grant Summers was an FBI agent who had worked with a well known psychic in the past.   He had learned a measure of trust for the paranormal due to his relationship with Steven Kronos.   And Kronos would be helpful in training Kali's with her own unique gift.  The strong and wonderful FBI agent would have to overcome some of his insecurities and jealousies as he worked to save Kali from the harm threatening her survival and those close to her.

Meyer's characters were pretty realistic and carried a strong sense of right and wrong.  The story was character driven and the twists and turns provided a satisfying and thrilling story.

I rated this a 5 WINK read!

Disclaimer:  I read for my pleasure.   I may receive ARC copies for review purposes, but I am not compensated for my reviews .  I like to read and I like to share my reviews.   I post my thoughts without prejudice or bias.  The words are mine and I write reviews based on my humble opinion.  I will admit, I seldom meet a book I don't like.  I purchased a  copy of this book for my personal collection.


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