After Dina Ranger loses telepathic contact with her brother, she breaks into his apartment and stumbles onto a special government unit responsible for monitoring the psychic population. Sheâ€™s offered a job where she can use her psionic gifts to help people.
Stranded on earth over a hundred years ago, Liam of Shria is searching for a metal needed to repair his ship when he finds Dina, a telepathic investigator, and narrowly saves her from an exploding alien pod. Together, they uncover a plot to rebuild an ancient weapon and discover the truth behind Dinaâ€™s abilities while unlocking dangerous secrets about the alien presence on earth.
Can they stop a powerful weapon meant to enslave the human race? Can their relationship survive the secrets of the past or will it tear them apart?
The path is openâ€¦
Dina tossed in bed, fighting a dream, the sheet twisting around her legs like an anaconda, tightening each time she changed position. She woke up, bolted upright, inhaled sharply. A prickling of fear sprinted up her spine. She waved her hand, and the heavy hotel curtains parted several inches, illuminating her room.
Dina was alone.
She fell back to her pillow, shut her eyes, and breathed. The voice in her dream seemed so real, vivid. It kept repeating, eerily monotone: the path is open. The words lingered in her mind, images from the dream continued flashing in her head.
â€œThe Bay Hook Gut,â€ she said, eyes popping back open. She sat up, kicked her feet off the bed, and rubbed her face. Why does this always happen in the middle of the night? Never two in the afternoon. Dina stretched and groaned, searched for something to wear. She opted for a pair of jeans, hiking boots, and a leather jacket over a tank top.
Dina stood in the suiteâ€™s living room, debating the consequences of going alone. Sheâ€™d agreed to let Bates lead the investigation, but her gut told her to get to that Gut now. Not wanting to waste more time, she darted out and ran down six flights of stairs to the exit. Before she started the car, she typed up a quick text message.
Went to check a hunch, be back soon. D.
She sent it to Bates knowing full well heâ€™d call.
Jennâ€™s love of writing started the year she received her first diary and Nancy Drew novel. Throughout her teenage years, she kept a diary of her personal thoughts and feelings but graduated from Nancy Drew to other mystery suspense novels.
Jenn often adds a thriller and suspense element to anything she writes be it Romance, Science Fiction, or Fantasy. When not writing, she spends her time reading, observing pop culture, playing with her two dogs, and working on various charitable projects in her home state of New Jersey.
Past Release: Romantic Suspense, Luckyâ€™s Charm