Kiss by Ted Dekker and Erin Healy

Posted: 10/06/2009 in Reviews
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How does one deal with waking up and losing six months of memories? How is one supposed to relate to a person that, to all appearances, wants nothing to do with her. That is what Shauna McAllister has to deal with. She wakes up in the hospital with no recollection how she got there. With help from the person that she considers her boyfriend she begins to get back into life. After a few days, she realizes that she has the ability to take others memories. With this ability beginning to manifest she starts to realize that not all is as it should be. Through many dangers she begins to unravel the plot to keep her quiet about what she had found out concerning her dad’s political career.

Though Erin Healy is the author, this story has a decidedly Dekker flavor. You don’t really know where you are going to end up in typical Ted Dekker fashion. This is due to a close working relationship between the two of them. There could not have been a better match for either of them. For her first time out, she shines as an author. I will be eagerly awaiting to read their next collaboration.


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