Why you must read Terri Molina’s Dark Obsession
A chance encounter seals the fate of a reclusive farmer and a mysterious woman on the run from a man who will stop at nothing to control her–including murder.
Ray Chavez doesn’t believe in visions or omens or the mysticism of his Mexican/Indian heritage. When he’s awakened by the spirit of this great-grandmother with a message that something is coming, Ray passes it off as a bad dream. But he may just reconsider his position when he finds Lexie Solis stranded on the edge of town, in search of a new life. Ray feels an instant attraction, as well as a connection, to the skittish young woman, and he pursues a relationship with her. But what Lexie doesn’t tell Ray or his family, is that she is on the run from an abusive ex-boyfriend and he may be more powerful than even she wants to believe. When Lexie is assaulted by an unseen force, they learn that the man she is hiding from is a master of the dark arts and his obsession with Lexie goes beyond his need to control her; he wants to possess her soul as well. As their past lives parallel, Lexie’s only hope for salvation is in Ray’s hands.
Can he accept his destiny in time to save the woman he loves?
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If you like Nora Roberts or Catherine Coulter’s work, you’ll love my book.
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The attraction is instant, but Lexie is hesitant to get close because of what happened to her friend, and she doesn’t want to put Ray or his family in danger. Ray tries to pursue a relationship with her, but keeps a lock on his heart because he won’t risk having it broken again.
Only Sylvia, Ray’s younger sister and a spiritualist, knows the two belong together but it will take some planning to get either of them to admit it before Lexie’s ex finds them.
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