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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Tina Wainscott
  • ISBN:
    0312974035
  • ISBN13:
    978-0312974039
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  • Publisher:
    St. Martin's Paperbacks (March 15, 2000)
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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While lying injured in a car accident, Chloe Samms has a neardeath vision in which an unknown woman begs her to locate her kidnapped son, and Chloe sets out to find the boy, meeting his handsome father in the process.

While lying injured in a car accident, Chloe Samms has a neardeath vision in which an unknown woman begs her to locate her kidnapped son, and Chloe sets out to find the boy, meeting his handsome father in the process. Format:Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780312974039.

A Trick Of The Light book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A Trick Of The Light. by. Tina Wainscott (Goodreads Author).

Tina Wainscott (born Tina Ritter) is an American author of suspense novels and category romance novels. Tina Wainscott was born in Naples, Florida. She was graduated from Lely High School in Naples in 1983 and studied business at Edison College. While attending college she often found herself daydreaming about stories, and eventually left school to devote herself to writing short stories. To enhance her skills, Wainscott attended night classes in creative writing.

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Tina Wainscott is back and in a big way. A TRICK OF LIGHT is suspenseful, poignant, and gripping. Romantic Times Wainscott delivers an unusual and satisfying romance with a supernatural twist. Publishers Weekly A five-star reading experience to savo. nforgettable! - The Belles and Beaux of Romance Ms. Wainscott has done a great job and has written one for your keeper shelf. When the light changed, Stasia weaved through the oncoming people.

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A Trick of the Light - Tina Wainscott. Chloe Samms has always believed in psychic powers, but never dreamed she might have abilities of her own-until a tragic car accident changes her life. During her near-death experience, she is met not by comforting, departed loved ones, but by an unfamiliar woman who begs Chloe to find her kidnapped son. Chloe awakens determined to find the little boy from her vision.

Chloe Samms has always believed in psychic powers, but never dreamed she might have abilities of her own-until a tragic car accident changes her life. During her near-death experience, she is met not by comforting, departed loved ones, but by an unfamiliar woman who begs Chloe to find her kidnapped son.Chloe awakens determined to find the little boy from her vision. When she meets his father Dylan, a darkly handsome, enigmatic man still reeling from his son's disappearance, the picture grows more complicated. Dylan refuses to believe Chloe's crazy story, while she remains convinced that she is the only one who can find the boy before it's too late. With their hearts on the line, and the little boy's life at stake, can Chloe convince a hard-hearted man to believe in miracles?

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Wanda McKain leaves her child Teddy with her bewildered mother at the nursing home. Her spouse Dylan soon sees her, but Wanda hits the accelerator of her car to escape from him. Dylan stays in pursuit only to watch his wife lose control, hit pedestrian Chloe Samm, and crash. Wanda dies and Chloe has a near death experience in which Wanda pleads with her to keep Teddy safe.

When Chloe awakens she mumbles Teddy's name loud enough for Dylan to demand an explanation. She tells him what happened when she thought she saw shades of heaven. Dylan thinks she is either involved with the abduction of his son or is a lunatic. Chloe feels her quest is to protect Teddy even though she has no earthly idea from whom or where the child is. As Dylan begins to know Chloe, he falls deeply in love with her, a feeling she reciprocates. However, it will not need a psychic to predict that his past has taught him that relationships are harmful and temporary unless Chloe can prove that assumption false.

Fans of paranormal romances will feel they are ON THE WAY TO HEAVEN reading Tina Wainscott's latest winner, A TRICK OF THE LIGHT. The story line is filled with action and intrigue, but the charcaters make the plot. Chloe is a kindhearted person willing to reach out to anyone. Dylan is a wounded duck who will remind readers of Harry Chapin's classic Cat's in the Cradle until Chloe gives him a second chance at redemption. Ms. Wainscott makes the unbelievable feel real and right in such an exciting manner that her audience will want her next novel to be published tomorrow.

Harriet Klausner
SiIеnt
A good solid read with an interesting plot, believable characters and realistic dialog. Has a sprinkling of para-normal activity, but nothing too outlandish.
The story revolves around the character of Chloe, who after being hit by a car, makes a psychic connection with a lost little boy. Chloe must convince the boy grieving father, her slightly bizarre family, and the public in general that what she is sensing is real.
Nightscar
this story was very intriguing. This is a true "can't put it down". The characters are believable and since I tend to "save" everyone and everything, I cheered on our heroine!
Lynnak
Brenda, I'm sorry you felt Harriet's review was too revealing, however, she really only touched on a few of the major points of the book. There is so much more involved in the story! Hope you'll give it a try anyway!
Beahelm
I loved this book. Felt the frustration of both people. Couldn't figure out who was trying to kill her, and was really surprised at the end. Had a great understanding of the homeless, there where times where I held my breath, and was so afraid for the people. This is one of my favorite books. Kept wanting to read the last page to see how it turned out, but didn't want to spoil it. Total surprise at the end. Great book
Gaudiker
would have bought this book but Harriet Klausner wrote a book report not a review so why buy the book?
Iaiastta
First off, be extremely cautious reading the reviews entitled "Dreams of You" and "On the Way to Heaven." Those are not reviews for this book and should not be under this title. They are reviews for other Tina Wainscott books. Furthermore, what Harriet Klausner writes is all mentioned in the first chapter so she isn't giving anything away in her summary. It is in fact what the story is all about.

As for the book itself, I enjoyed the characters, felt the draw they had for one another but the suspense was minimal. It is in the true sense of a contemporary romance, but not a lot of sex. Saying that it is a romance, you have to be ready to accept things that would never actually occur in real life, but I can not go into those examples in fear of spoiling it for the reader. The moral of the story is great and worth reading for that point. Other than that, I just don't feel it is worth the money.