Night Vision

· Thunderfoot Publishing Inc.
Ebook
160
Pages

About this ebook

Megan Rose's Recurring Dream

She has been having the same dream since she was 12 years old. She sees a beautiful man, and hears a woman's voice, say, "Break the curse. Save his life."


A gift given...

She's had visions since childhood, but her father called her a liar and her mother said they came from the devil. They both tried to punish her sins away. No one believed her when she said her father would drive drunk one too many times. And when he died, just as she'd said he would, she was blamed. And not just by others. She blamed herself. She knew it would happen, but she couldn't stop it. She had failed.


A gift withdrawn...

The visions were muted after that. Oh, she'd know who was calling, or where to find a parking spot, but nothing important came anymore. Her deepest wish was that one day, she'd have a vision she could use to do something good. Something important. Something big.


The dream, though, that never faded. That lived on.


Back with a vengeance...

Now her gift has returned with a terrifying vengeance. And when she gets pulled over for speeding by a cop who looks just like the man in her recurring dream, she knows it's all connected. He's Sam Sheridan, the man she's supposed to save.


She's being given another chance to do something important with her gift. Another chance to save a life. But it's only going to work if she can convince Sam to believe her.


Break the curse. Save his life.

She intends to do both those things, and maybe fulfill her destiny.

But she never imagined that she might be saving Sam's life at the cost of her own.


Includes an extended excerpt of Maggie’s new thriller Girl Blue.

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