WRIT ON WATER

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An intriguing mix of mystery and romance, with shadings of the
paranormal, this is a story that pulls
you in. (But it's wise to remember
that it takes place in 1998 and that technology has advanced since then.)
It's wonderfully readable, but some threads and characters are poorly
developed, and in the end you feel
that there should have been something more to the story.

Chloe has known since she was a small girl that her grandmother is a psychic witch and that she inherited her powers. So when she starts having nightmares about the private family cemetery where she works taking photographs, she is disturbed.

The cemetery owner's son, Rory, doesn't trust Chloe, but he's drawn to her all the same. Attraction begins to overcome distrust -- until Chloe discovers a fresh body, and the evidence points to Rory's cousin. (Love Spell, Mar., 352 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley