Dani Justice and her twin sister Paris have known about their psychic abilities since they were children. Now they are all grown up and using their unique abilities to help solve crimes. They are a part of Haven which is a civilian run organization of psychics who help solve crimes.
The latest case is of a serial killer who has eluded the police for a long time. He's killed the senator's daughter and a cop before. Now he's after women who are petite and child like in appearance. One after another, unsuspecting women are kidnapped and killed by this sadistic predator. The FBI's Special Victims Unit is pulling together all of their resources to find this predator before he claims more lives. FBI agent Noah Bishop receives the assistance of Haven's psychics to help solve this murdering spree.
Dani's psychic abilities are strictly while dreaming. She has premonitions of bad things that are going to happen. Her latest dream is a really hard one to solve. She keeps dreaming the same thing over and over again each night. The serial killer kidnaps someone Dani knows and she's trying to find the room in a warehouse where he has hidden her. But every time, the door shuts and there is a sense of doom at the end of every dream. Dani knows the dream is warning her that this is going to end in disaster and death. Will Dani be able to put the pieces to the puzzle together before the people she loves become yet another victim?
Blood Dreams was a fascinating story with a unique plot. It had so much promise and I was really excited to find out what happens at the end of the mystery. Unfortunately, the whole storyline was a build up for a big nothing at the end.
There wasn't a big climatic finish, intense scene or big revelation at the conclusion of reading Blood Dreams. The story had so much potential and then it just let me down at the end. The story doesn't close all loose ends and the reader has to wait for the next book in the series for answers. The psychics and all the dreams leading up to the conclusion were great, but then the big finale fell flat and left me disappointed. Overall, Blood Dreams is an interesting mystery that will keep you glued to the pages but if you're looking for an intense thriller with a fantastic ending, then you might not enjoy this story.
He's the kind of killer we instinctively fear the most. A killer without boundaries, without conscience, without any fear of being caught. And his latest victim is terrifying proof that no one is safe: the daughter of a powerful U.S. senator. Now, with the national media calling for justice and a grief-stricken father seeking vengeance, Bishop and his FBI Special Crimes Unit find themselves in a unique situation. This time even psychic cops aren't enough to stop evil. Aid comes in the form of a fledgling civilian organization of unorthodox crime stoppers. Operating outside of any government oversight, without sanction or official authority, they are comprised of a membership every bit as talented and eccentric as Bishop's SCU - if not more so. And that is no coincidence. For Bishop helped launch this organization barely two years before. Dani Justice knows about monsters. They haunt her nightmares - and her life. But she never expected to find herself doggedly on the trail of a real flesh-and-blood predator so cunning, he's eluded the best law enforcement could send up against him; so deadly, he doesn't hesitate to kill even a senator's daughter. Or a cop. Dani doesn't want to hunt this killer. She doesn't want to risk the life she's made for herself, or her hard-won peace. But she doesn't have a choice. Because his bloody rampage has hit far too close to home. Because Dani alone commands a weapon powerful enough to destroy him. And because Dani knows something even Bishop doesn't. Dani knows how the hunt ends. It ends in fire. And blood. And death. What she doesn't know is who will survive.