“Perceived Love” is one of those books where the storyline is fairly good, but the characters just were not what I was hoping for. I really wanted to smack William upside the head. He was a stuffed shirt and un-supporting of Nate. The story does end well, HEA and all. That’s really all I can say about my overall feelings on the book.
If you like psychic story lines then you might like this one.
When psychic Nate Coleman dreams of a murder, he knows it's a premonition. He can't forget the image of his ex-lover with a bullet hole through his chest. Nate has no choice but to confront William and face the skeptical scientist's ridicule.
Dr. William Ryner doesn’t believe in what he can’t prove. When Nate comes back into his life, it’s not to rekindle their love, but to bring up more of that mumbo jumbo that split them apart.
Despite William’s refusal to listen, Nate can’t ignore the premonition. And, William can’t ignore Nate. Before the gunman strikes, William must choose either to trust in Nate's ability or to rely only on the facts, but if he does the latter, pride could be the death of him.
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released by another publisher but has been substantially revised and re-edited for this version.