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Author: Linda Howard
ISBN: 0671011324
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 368 pages
Publisher Pocket (January 1, 1998)
Language English
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.9
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers or was she dreaming? Marlie Keen was trying to lead a quiet.

This is the second book I've read by Linda Howard. She sure knows how to write romance and suspense - where both will keep you at the edge of your seat.

Detective Dane Hollister of the Orlando police department has never met. This is the second book I've read by Linda Howard.

DREAM MAN. Linda Howard makes our senses come alive. The incomparable Linda Howard brings high-voltage power and hard-edged sensuality to this emotional roller. Linda Howard makes our senses come aliv. .She knows what romance readers want, and dares to be different. Sexy, very hard to put down. The Newport Daily News (RI). The incomparable Linda Howard brings high-voltage power and hard-edged sensuality to this emotional roller coaster of a novel, which is sure to keep readers riveted until the final nailbiting conclusion. They don’t get much better than this.

Linda S. Howington is a bestselling romance author writing under the pseudonym Linda Howard. She has written many New York Times bestsellers, including Up Close and Dangerous, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Cover of Night, Killing Time, To Die For, Kiss Me While I Sleep, Cry No More, and Dying to Please. She is a charter member of Romance Writers of America and in 2005 Howard was awarded their Career Achievement Award.

Though she could really only discern the width of those heavy shoulders and the shape of his head, some primal sense of self-preservation, an alertness to danger, recognized him. He didn’t get out of the car, didn’t call to her. Just watched her. Marlie strode to her car, stonily refusing to react to his presence. When she pulled out of the parking lot, he pulled out.

Home Linda Howard Night Moves : Dream Man/After the Night. Linda Howard meshes hot sex, emotional impact and gripping tension in this perfect example of what romantic suspense ought to be. Night moves dream man a.Night Moves : Dream Man/After the Night, . -Publishers Weekly. A novel you won’t want to en.

Find sources: "Linda Howard" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR . Blair Mallory series. Linda Howard & Linda Jones. Night Moves: Dream Man, After the Night (1998). Strangers in the Night: Lake of Dreams, Blue Moon, White Out (2001)

Find sources: "Linda Howard" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Linda S. (1950-08-03) August 3, 1950 (age 69) Alabama, United States. 2 Men from Battle Ridge. 1 Omnibus in collaboration. Strangers in the Night: Lake of Dreams, Blue Moon, White Out (2001). Shades of Twilight, Son of the Morning (2005).

He had used his masculinity as a weapon, knowing that any woman would feel threatened by a strange man looming over her like that, especially a man who looked as if he were hewn out of wood and ate nails for breakfast. In any good cop/bad cop routine, his looks would automatically make him the bad cop. No one in his right mind would expect leniency or consideration from that man. She had almost panicked when he had moved so close. In her mind, she could still feel the heat his body had generated, overpowering the small space that had been between them.

Narrated by Phil Gigante. Marlie Keen was trying to lead a quiet, ordinary life

Narrated by Phil Gigante. Marlie Keen was trying to lead a quiet, ordinary life. She thought the knowing-the clairvoyance that allowed her to witness crimes as they h. Howington, born in 1950, writes under the pseudonym Linda Howard and lives in her native state of Alabama. While she began writing as a child and continued writing as an adult, her first romance was published in 1982. Howard has produced more than fifty romance and suspense novels. Linda Howard CD Collection 2: Cry No More, Kiss Me While I Sleep, Cover of Night.

Hoping that a devastating past incident has caused her to lose her clairvoyant powers, Marlie Keen is distraught when they return with terrifying strength, and she seeks help from Orlando detective Dane Hollister
I CANNOT believe she forgave him at all, non the less so easily. Seriously if this were an actual book and not my kindle for i would have thrown it across the room. I was literally shaking with rage when ide read about his betrayal. Ide have rather gone to jail, than be anywhere NEAR that man. Not only did he put her in direct danger by outing her, she also has to save her own life when he was sworn to protect her. God, I really want to give this book a bad review because I absolutely hate the ending because of what he's done, but I loved it up until then, an maybe I'm just an unforgiving bitch, but I cant. It was well written and enthralling. I just hate Dane... Like really hate him. Lol
For fans of paranormal romantic suspense, DREAM MAN delivers the story of a serial killer and the woman psychic who -- unfortunately, sees into his mind.

THE STORY: Marlie Keen has been normal for six years. Six years ago, she suffered horribly at the hands of a mad killer who found out that she was helping police track him. After that experience, she lost all of her psychic gifts. Just when Marlie is feeling safe, she experiences a murderer's hideous thrill at the rape and killing of a woman. Marlie attempts to inform the police of what she knows and meets Detective Dane Hollister who believes that she must be an accomplice of the murderer. At the same time, Dane is intensely attracted to the sharp tongued and sharp witted woman.

OPINION:I really liked Marlie in this book. She is sharp and strong and yet she is shown being vulnerable and yet she is not emotionally needy. When threatened, Marlie manages to save herself and I appreciated that she was not left as a helpless heroine looking for a man to save her. Dane is used to being in charge and he is often thoughtless in his dogged pursuit of the murderer -- and yet, that is true to his character. His relationship with Marlie is immediately intense and he is a bit clueless about what his going on with him. I really liked him until he manages to betray Marlie's trust -- then I thought him a jerk because he refused to acknowledge that he was wrong. I wish Marlie had made him pay more, but while it upset me a bit, I could put that aside in my appreciation of the book as a whole. There is also a secondary romance in the book that I liked as well. The plot of the book was tense and well developed.

WORTH MENTIONING: The epilogue of the book was hysterical and I loved it!

FINAL DECISION: For fans of romantic suspense and/or paranormal romances this book satisfies. I especially liked the portrayal of Marlie and the hell that she went and goes through as a result of her psychic gifts. My only downgrade is that Dane betrays his relationship with Marlie in his attempt to catch the killer and while certainly not unforgivable, I think that Marlie forgives him too quickly. He was a jerk and I wanted him to pay more.

CONNECTED BOOKS: This is a standalone book.

STAR RATING: I give this one a 4.25 stars.
~Dream Man~

Detective Dane Hollister has a tough life. He hasn't had a day off in a month, a serial killer with a predilection for slashing women to death is on the prowl and now a psychic who claims to witness the murders through the killer's eyes has come forward to share her visions. As far as he's concerned, the psychic is as twisted as the slasher. For her part, from the moment she walks into the Orlando police station, Marlie Keen is sorry she offered to help. Hollister (and everyone else) treats her gift of "knowing" with suspicion, but the detective's investigation into Marlie's past convinces him that her gift is genuine. Hollister moves into Marlie's home, nursing her through terrifying and exhausting bouts of clairvoyance. At the same time the two ease the sexual tension threatening to overtake them-which if it doesn't quite make for good police work, does make for steamy romance. The author (Heart of Fire) has obviously done her homework on the procedure used to develop a serial killer's profile and brings this process cinematically alive. Hollister makes the perfect romantic hero. As Hollister's partner says about him: "He's street-smart, woods-savvy, and sly as a fox. A real throwback. Mean, too. Damn, can he be mean! But he turns to putty where women are concerned.

*After the first murder, when the two detective's kept running into dead ends, Marlie come to the Police station, told the Lt. what she had seen (her Vision) Hollister thinks she's lying thinks maybe she's apart of it that she was there when it happened...he checked out her alibi she checks out, So she is no longer a suspect in the case. then the following week, She has another Vision She Sees a second murder, Hollister and his partner are not sure if they believe her or not but the murder is reported right away So they have to wait for it to be reported. it's finally reported after the Detective check things out it's just as Marlie Says, Dane fly's to Boulder Co. and talks to a doctor that treated Marlie.and a friend of Dane's had Faxed him a bunch of articles(news paper) from her past.

* Marlie Keen, is an empathic psychic who starts seeing horrific murders through the eyes of the murderer. Det.Dane Hollister (homicide) is investigating the murders, is fiercely attracted to Marlie despite his reservations about her psychic abilities. thanks to her past experiences reading others "emotions" Marlie is Extremely uncertain of her own intense emotional reaction to Dane.

* Dane and Marlie go to his partner's for dinner, During dinner Marlie has another Vision, in this Vision the killer looks in the mirror and she Sees the killers face, the next morning Marlie go to the station to a sketch artist now they have a photo of the killer.

*they plastered the sketch all over the news, the killer sees it knows someone has seen him, now he's gotta find out who and take care of the loose ends. Dane takes Marlie to the house of the last murder, Marlie Reluctant to go up to the bedroom where Marilyn(murder victim) had died Marlie was concentrating on Marilyn and was in a trans for an half hour Dane Couldn't bring her out, when their leaving the house reporters were shoving mics in her face. the only person that knew she was there was Dane. Marlie Feels Very Betrayed by Dane. and is furious with him... Because Dane had not told her otherwise Marlie Believes that Dane has Used her that their relationship was all a set up and only used her as bate, for the killer.

* Marlie get's fired from her job, goes back to Dane's house his partner comes to the house because Dane's going to be late he didn't want her alone, She asked his partner about Dane He explained Dane to her while left her rethinking her decision.

I Really Liked this book!! my 3rd Linda Howard Novel....

~Goes on My Keeper Shelf~