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McLain's Law

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Detective Connor McLain was skeptical the moment he met Michele Easton. Nervous and worried, she'd come to the police station claiming she'd had dreams about missing children. Connor didn't believe her "visions" had any merit. But somehow this woman knew things she shouldn't know. And she was in danger.

There was something about Michele, something that made
Mass Market Paperback, Silhouette Intimate Moments #528, 216 pages
Published October 1993 by Silhouette
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Despite moments when I wanted to kick the hero for his disbelief and snap judgments, I ended up enjoying the book.

It was pretty sexy and I really liked the heroine, she was pretty nice and hadn't had the best childhood since her abilities brought her bad coverage so it was a big step for her to go to the police and volunteer information about the in-news case, kidnapping of children.

The hero was a tough one to like at first, he looked at the heroine with suspicion investigating her and equating
I started out hating Connor McLain, the typical alpha male, but there was something about him that made me not like him much. He judges all women a certain way all according to how his ex wife was. Grow up dude all women aren't selfish, spoiled and all around bitch.

Michele Easton is a clairvoyant. While in bed she keeps having these reoccurring dreams about kids being held captive. So she goes to the police. Yep, she knows better from experience what can and will happen.

Michele meets Connor and
I liked the heroine - she was tough and soft at the same time.
Great story and I loved how they both worked out their feelings for each other. Very well written. I am hooked now.
I SOOOOO love this book!!!
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The mother of five children, Kylie Brant claims she began writing to save her sanity. Plotting stories became her method of escape from the reality of constant ball games, chauffeuring kids, and refereeing "minor" disagreements between her perfect offspring.

In 1992 she was elated to get a call from Silhouette offering to buy her second novel. Home with laryngitis at the time, she still managed to
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