ARC Review: Highway Thirteen to Manhattan by Kourtney Heintz
Release Date: November 1, 2016
Publisher: Aurea Blue Publishing
Pages: 351 pages
Genre: Romance, Mystery
Synopsis:His secrets almost killed her. Her secrets may destroy them both.
Kai is recovering from a near-death experience when she realizes something isn’t right. Her body is healing, but her mind no longer feels quite like her own. Her telepathic powers are changing, too. She can’t trust herself. The darkness growing inside of her pushes her to use her telepathy as a weapon.
Oliver clings to the hope that he can save their marriage, even though he was the one who put her life in jeopardy. As his wife slips further and further away from him, he becomes increasingly obsessed with bringing the man who ruined his life to justice.
Kai survived her abduction and Lukas is safe but her marriage with Oliver is imploding and the Fuch family is front and center. Lukas' mom, Mickey still pines for Oliver, and Oliver is either too stupid or clueless to get the hint that she is dangerous for his marriage. Mickey's big brother Alex is gorgeous and is just the ticket for Kai to make Oliver jealous or is it something more?
This book sucked me in right away, Kai's telepathy is on the fritz and she fears that when she came out of that cave she took something else with her. She knows something isn't right and her powers are becoming dangerous to those who cross her. Oliver is struggling to reconnect with Kai. But his lies are making it hard for Kai to trust him. Not to mention that Oliver seems to be the target for everything that is happening to her family.
Good story, well written with lots of twists turns and supernatural fun. Nice light reading.
Disclaimer: I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher through netgalley.com in exchange for an honest review.