For the first time ever I have a release to match a holiday. Not one of my favourite holidays, I admit. I tend to spend Halloween either out of the house or inside with all the lights off ignoring the trick-or-treaters. However, it’s nice to be able to say I have a Halloween release.
I Heard Your Voice stemmed from an idea I had after watching “Most Haunted” and developed further after I attended a paranormal investigation in Bradford. Sadly I haven’t had any experiences as dramatic as the ones my heroine has, but then that’s what happens when, as Tamar discovers, you have a voice that can raise the dead.
Tamar Steele’s life was never supposed to be like this. A sensitive working with a team of paranormal investigators, she is trapped in a loveless relationship with the team’s medium, Reed James, who believes that having sex on haunted ground enhances paranormal activity. Tamar maintains their partnership for the sake of the crew, forcing herself to ignore the burgeoning sexual tension between her and fellow investigator Jason Bray.
Until one night when, alone and bored, Tamar sings to herself and is knocked to the ground by an invisible force. Somehow she is able to invoke spirits with the power of her voice. And one particular sexy, matchmaking spirit is determined to turn her life upside down.