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A gripping tale...
on March 5, 2003
Paris Sweeney is an artist who experiences strange phomenoms. Her first pre-natural experience was in her hometown when she saw a little boy trailing after his mother in a supermarket parking lot trying to get her attention. Only after a few seconds did Sweeney realized she had attended the boys funeral the week before. Shaken, Sweeney decides to move out of her small hometown where she was seeing as many ghosts as people. Deciding that New York City was the perfect place for her, she sets up shop and enters a contract with a local gallery owner to commission her work.
After being in city for a few months, Sweeney feels she has come to accept her 'gift'. Not only does she see ghosts on the street, stop lights turn green for her, traffic moves out of the way, and her plants are constantly blooming. What could be better? Then she starts 'sleep painting' scences of brutal violence. Every morning following her sleep painting Sweeny's body goes into shock, with all the syptoms of hypothermia. There's only one way for Sweeney to get warm.
Richard Worth had always noticed Sweeney and was amused and a little annoyed that she was so oblivous to him as a man. Of course, it didn't help that he owned the gallery that she sold her work to, or that his wife ran the gallery. Her interest wasn't even caught when he filed for divorce almost a year before. All that changed one day when their eyes met and there was an almost electric current surging between the two. However, he didn't count on wanting to start a sexual relationship with a physcic, though he didn't discount Sweeney's claims. Not even when the body of the victim she paintied turned out to be his soon-to-be ex-wife.
Now You See Her is a story of the unexplained and unexpected. Linda Howard brings the reader exotic romance and paranormal occurences in a novel that will hold the reader spellbound and wanting more. Don't miss it.