Black Dreams by JC Andrijeski A Quentin Black Paranormal Mystery Romance #10.5 (Quentin Black Mystery Book 11)
English | 2019 | Mystery/Thriller | ePUB | 2.4 Mb
Black Dreams: Miriam isn’t the powerful seer. She isn’t the one with strange abilities.
…that’s her husband, Quentin Black.
Heck, Miri isn’t even a full-blood.
So what are these hyper-realistic dreams she keeps having? And why does she keep disappearing, pretty much every time she falls asleep – and increasingly, even when she isn’t asleep?
Where does she go that Black can’t feel or find her, when he can ALWAYS feel and find her?
Standalone novel. No cliffhanger.
SERIES NOTE: Black Dreams takes place between book #10 and book #11 in the Quentin Black Mystery series, a paranormal mystery series starring brilliant but dangerous psychic detective, Quentin Black, and his partner, forensic psychologist Miri Fox. It’s also a spinoff of the Bridge & Sword series, and part of the same universe.
THE QUENTIN BLACK SERIES encompasses a number of dark, gritty paranormal mystery arcs with science fiction elements, starring brilliant and mysterious Quentin Black and forensic psychologist Miriam Fox. For fans of realistic paranormal mysteries with romance elements, the series spans continents and dimensions as Black solves crimes, takes on other races and tries to keep his and Miri’s true identities secret to keep them both alive.
“Looking away from all of that, I blinked, fighting to clear my mind.
A second later, I also cleared my throat.
“My uncle,” I explained, exhaling as I thought about my words. “He’s starting some kind of war. He’s using the humans to do it, mainly in the United States. He’s got them rioting at the borders. He’s got them afraid of vampires––”
The woman sitting across from me, a shockingly beautiful woman with long dark hair, high cheekbones, stunning eyes, lean arms and legs, sprawled on a long, sky-blue piece of furniture that was halfway between a bench and a couch. Blinking, she glanced at the male at her side, then looked back at me, her eyebrow arched.
“Did you say vampires, sister?”
The male said nothing.
He just sat there, watching me silently.
I nodded, returning my gaze to her.
“Yes,” I said with a sigh. “I know how insane that sounds. But yes, we have vampires on my world. Real ones.”