"Brilliant Romantic Thriller!"
Tina Green's husband, Hank, is presumed dead from a Maui surfing accident but without a recovered body, she can't move on. Haunting dreams have her believing that Hank might still be alive. When former boyfriend, Jamey Dunn, turns up at her Lahaina dive shop and sees the mess of her life, he reveals a secret--he can enter other people's dreams and offers to help. Tina doesn't trust him and letting him into her subconscious isn't easy. Her husband's best friend, Noble, cautions her against Jamey but she has little choice. As the mystery begins to unravel through dream jumping, secrets and lies rise to the ugly surface to reveal that no one is entirely who they seem. One person is an impostor, one, a traitor and one is flirting with insanity.
"Hornsby has written a fascinating and engaging paranormal romance...believable and richly portrayed" - Publisher's Weekly
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"A sexy, supernatural thriller that creeps up on you until your mind is spinning and your heart is pumping. Brilliant Concept! " ~New York Times Bestselling Author, Cherry Adair
National Bestselling Author
Kim Hornsby is an Amazon #1 Bestselling Author, having shared space on the top five bestseller list with J.D. Robb, and Stephen King. Her novel, The Dream Jumper's Promise, won the Chanticleer Paranormal Mystery Thriller Award, was nominated as Best Indie First Book and was a finalist in the Rone Awards. Necessary Detour reached top 5 in all Kindle Store and has shared space with Nicolas Sparks and Janet Evanovich.
In her former life, Kim taught scuba in Fiji and Hawaii, as a singer opened shows for Jay Leno and Jamie Foxx, once found a boa constrictor under her bed, takes supplies to poverty-stricken Nicaraguan villages, sang on 60 Minutes, dove with dolphins, humpback whales and sharks and was the host of an infommercial. These days she's raising kids in the quiet suburbs of Seattle and writes overlooking a tree-lined lake.