The Knowing by L. j. Charles
(The Gemini Women Trilogy)

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Note: This is a newly revised edition.~~~From USA Today Bestselling Author, L. j. Charles~~~The LOTUS for MYSTERY and TRUTH~~~Visions. Murder. Secrets. And an attorney who holds her heart.For the past three years, during the last snowstorm of spring, Nia De'brie has watched Germain Marcellin kill...through his eyes. This year she runs from the storm and the visions to the sun and surf of Honolulu, and blunders into the scene of murder #4. 

Trace Coburn, defense attorney for Marcellin, shares a brief encounter with Nia on the Honolulu flight. Instant attraction. But Trace can't refuse to take the case, even if it means defending Nia's enemy. Will their love survive? Will the visions end if Nia stops Marcellin? Or will his secrets uncover her family's past and destroy her future?

About L. j. Charles

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I wrote my first book when I was eight...on pink construction paper with a purple crayon. It was a romance that involved a princess, and although I remember very few details about the plot, I do remember that it was illustrated and there was music and dancing involved. At about the same time I penned my first story, I discovered Nancy Drew and my love for reading was born. It has only grown over the years, and I am rarely without a huge to-be-read stack, and a book within easy reach. Now days I write women's fiction and young adult novels. All of my stories combine romance, mystery, and paranormal elements. Guess I haven't ever outgrown my early reading adventures with Nancy, Ned, Bess and George. I live in the frozen north with my husband, whose TBR stack is taller than mine, and two felines who have been known to add entire pages to a manuscript without telling me.
Published June 2, 2011 by Amentino Publishing. 322 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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