Sensing Love by Tamara Hoffa #Review
Posted by brriske
He finally found his soul mate, only to see her violently murdered. All in a dream. Sometimes it’s hell to be a psychic. Mataus Montoya has a mission. Find the woman of his dreams, and change her destiny.
Cara “Mo” Konklin runs Mighty Mo’s, a program for underprivileged children, on her ranch in Prairieville, Louisiana. The former soldier has no time for love and no belief in psychic mumbo jumbo, but when fate throws an abused child in her path, literally. And the crazy psychic’s predictions all come true, including the one that he is the other half of her soul. What is a sensible soldier to do?
Together, Mo and Mataus must protect the child in her care and fight the unknown evil that stalks her in the darkness. Mataus sensed his love, but will his gift be enough to save her or will fortune steal their happily ever after?
After a disabling accident while on the military, Mo has to begin again. She opens a ranch for underprivileged kids. She loves her new work, especially now that she can’t have her own children. When going into the city to visit one of the kids, Mo nearly runs over a little girl who runs into the street. She realizes this young girl has been abused. Mo takes this little bit into her home while her father is indtidied. While all this is happening, she meets a hunky guy that says he’s been dreaming about her and dreams of the future. Of course, Mo thinks this guy is a total wacko and yet she still can’t quit thinking about him. He tells her of a vision that could truly change everything for good. Something she may not be able to survive.
I really loved the concept of the book. It had a very solid story from the beginning, but I felt became a but weak towards the end. This had a great build, a solid ascent to the climax, I totally felt the end was very rushed. I mean, who doesn’t love a strong heroine and a sensitive hero?! Besides that, I enjoyed the story and still would recommend.
I give this a four star read!
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