Release Date:August 7th 2008
Book Preview: "Psychic Passions"
Caprice Hutchins and Cassidy Cornwall are both empaths and artists struggling to survive with their own distinct mental illnesses. Together they will fight for their lives and sanity to find and keep each other's souls. They will be reborn through death and time to achieve a deep psychic connection, filled with desire, passion, obsession and unconditional love.
This book opens with a beautiful, sensual dream. Caprice has abandoned her turbulent marriage for freedom but she hadn't bargained for the silence and loneliness it brought. She now shares a studio with three other artists - one of who is a blue-eyed god, a man who reminds her of a famous painting. She begins to dream of him, to become obsessed by her dreams. Cassidy seems to empathise with her but he has deep-seated problems. When Caprice is involved in an accident, Cassidy reads her unsent letters to him and begins to understand her deepest feelings. Cassidy makes a supreme sacrifice to save her life and they are clearly connected. Danger and suffering lies ahead but can they overcome it to find happiness?
This is a deeply emotional and very sensual book that grips the reader from page one. 4.5 red roses!
Reviewed by: Morna
Feeling Caprice in distress made him want to comfort her, but when she snapped at him and lashed out with her frustration, he couldn't bear her suffering anymore. He'd taken her out to the park that day to tell her all the reasons why she wouldn't want him. To his surprise, he couldn't resist her need any longer. His own need had driven him to kiss her. Feeling the way she responded to him had hit him like a train wreck. He'd have made love to her right there if it hadn't been for Odessa's interruption.
Afterwards, when he'd held Caprice as she sobbed in his arms, he'd felt her true feelings come flooding to the surface. He knew then he couldn't deny her anymore. He hated that she hurt. He wanted to keep her safe. But he was also terrified at the prospect that he could fall in love with her. He'd felt so conflicted. Finally, Cassidy realized that it didn't matter anymore. Why was he denying himself love when that's all he'd desired to truly have for so long.