Mind Game by Iris Johansen

Mind GameMind Game by Iris Johansen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Jane MacGuire has begun to be plagued by dreams of a girl that she feels that she should know but just can’t quite grasp who this is that has been visiting her night after night. Jane does know one thing however and that is she feels this girl is in some kind of trouble and needs Jane’s help. Drawing out the scenes of what she’s seen in her dreams of the girl and her surroundings Jane is determined to find out just who the girl is and what she needs.

As Jane starts out on her quest to find the mysterious young woman that has somehow connected with her she finds herself meeting up with Seth Caleb yet again. This time Seth is the one in trouble and needing Jane’s help and he knows just who Jane’s mystery woman is. The pair find themselves working together to figure it all out before it’s too late.

Mind Game by Iris Johansen is the twenty second book in the Eve Duncan series. The series in a highly intense thrill ride with each installment from start to finish with the added element of supernatural/paranormal touch to each book with characters having some sort of ability. Eve herself was a forensic sculptor that could actually communicate with the dead. While Eve Duncan is involved a bit in this installment of the series she has become more of a background character and Jane has jumped to the forefront of the story with her abilities.

I jumped into this series rather late myself several books ago but have gotten to know the characters and how the stories work since I’ve joined and this one is no exception. There’s always plenty of fast paced action with plenty of danger while you may have some romance on the side along with that touch of supernatural which ends up being a rather interesting tale each time from start to finish. I kind of missed having Eve at the forefront this time but was satisfied with her involvement and overall thought this was a solid addition to the series.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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