MIND-BLOWN written by Michele Hart
08/10 - BookStrand Publishing - Paperback, 220 pages
Fictional, scary story you makes you believe big brother is watching….
Holly Maddox is a single, unemployed mother that believes all the answers to her prayers have been granted with the new job at an up and coming Medical Facility. She starts out in the billing department but quickly moves to a promotion working as the assistant to Jonathan Paige, a man from her past. Jon was a friend of Holly’s late brother and finds himself wanting to take on the role of her protector but this objective does not deter him from always wanting to be her lover he just needs to decide which should be done first.
But Jon and Holly have a number of side roads they have to take in order to be together with the largest one resolving their suspicions about the facility they work for. What is really going on behind the closed doors of the clinic and why are people in mass all craving the same soda? Jon enlists his sister to utilize her medical expertise to help them answer at least a few of the questions while Holly uses her friendly charms on one of the physician’s running the program. Putting notes together, skirting around security to look at sensitive data and running around incognito seems more CIA than Holly would like.
But the closer they get answers more questions arise and the head of the facility starts to believe it is not animal rights groups infiltrating her lab but someone from inside. Jon wants Holly to be safe and plans to keep her that way and hopefully with a lifelong commitment attached and if he has to brain wash her to do it will he push the envelope that far or has he done that already?
Michele Hart writes a book drawing a reader in so far that they believe that what they are reading is an actual fact. That is the basis of a good writer and Ms. Hart has consistently displayed this in her books. I find the story with Jon and Holly both romantic and touching because they both have known loss and still try to stay positive about life which is not always easy.