Book Review: Mind Waves by Amanda Uhl

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This was a unique book, one that really intrigued me from the beginning. It's paranormal, but the author wrote it in such a way that it doesn't seem so far-fetched. I enjoyed reading about the underground society of mind readers and their partners, and the ways they assist the government and private companies.

Grace Woznisky is an artist, who has been trying to get new commissions for her work. When she shows up to make a proposal to a potential buyer, she is immediately shut down by a visiting consultant, David Jenkins. She meets him later in a coffee shop, and he starts to show up more often in her life. They begin to fall in love, when David's ability attracts the attention of a dangerous rogue mind reader,who is determined to have Grace for himself. Together, Grace and David must battle their enemy, without losing the love they have for each other.

I loved the developing relationship between Grace and David! It wasn't too fast or too slow, and because this is a clean romance, I had no trouble feeling their connection to each other. The focus was more on them in love as opposed to in lust. It did become a little frustrating in the second half of the book, when David changed how he treated Grace. However, given the circumstances, I suppose he can be forgiven. Grace's family was a bit odd, especially her flirtatious, runaway bride sister, Claire. But who doesn't have relatives like that somewhere in the family tree?

I look forward to reading more books by this author! The concept is intriguing, and I loved how she incorporated it into the modern world. Great book!

**I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.**

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