THE BRIDE WORE WHITE
Rating: 5 Cups
Prudence Ryland is also known as Madame Ariadne, Psychic Dream Consultant. She is the last of a long line of dream psychics in her family. She never thought that her talent would put her in danger.
Jack Wingate has hidden away from the world in The House of Shadows since a fire scarred his face. He does not believe in the paranormal despite his own uncanny knack for profiling criminals.
After a reading that almost cost Prudence her life, she ends her career as a psychic dream consultant for a new one as a librarian. After she is kidnapped, she awakens to find herself in a too large wedding gown next to a dead man. Through the enigmatic Luther Pell, Jack Wingate is convinced to help her find out who wants her dead.
I really enjoyed this book and read it in one sitting. The Amanda Quick books are always a guaranteed good read and I usually automatically preorder them as soon as possible. Most of this novel takes place in the town of Burning Cove. This location is familiar, as are some of the characters, but the book is a stand alone. The characters are quirky, and Burning Cove is a haven for those with unusual psychic talents. I love the setting and era, and the author has created a community filled with the Art Deco glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age. The plot is totally engrossing and filled with action, suspense and romance. I am looking forward to this author’s next book.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More