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MIMOSA GROVE
by Sharon Sala

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal

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McCall, aka Sharon Sala, spins an intricate tale of treachery and terror. While the plot's twists keep the reader engaged, some aspects of it don't ring true, and the characters are slightly lacking in dimension.

After years of her father refusing
to accept her psychic ability, Laurel Scanlon begins to conceal it. She consoles herself by dreaming of a mystery lover who supplies what she lacks in waking life. When she inherits her maternal grandmother's property and moves to Louisiana, there's no more hiding; Laurel is needed right away to find a missing girl.

Her success brings her face-to-face with Justin Bouvier, the man she's been loving in her dreams. Laurel experiences happiness at last, but it's short-lived, as the past rises up to meet the present. Stalked by a criminal and haunted by everything she doesn't know about her mother's family, Laurel is ultimately forced to confront both.

(Apr., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Mira

Published: April 2004

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