From New York Times best-selling author Thea Harrison comes a vintage contemporary romance, originally published under Amanda Carpenter in 1984.
Dana Haslow’s telepathic abilities are more curse than blessing. Tormented by constant nightmares and convinced death will be her only respite, she isolates herself. Not even her isolation is safe, though, as a new neighbor’s internal torment spills over into Dana’s sleeping hours, unwittingly forcing her to experience the horrors of his past through a series of night terrors that will overwhelm her if she can’t convince him to accept help.
David Raymond is a Vietnam vet with PTSD and no desire to confront his demons—no matter how much a certain new neighbor pushes him to do so. David doesn’t want Dana’s help, but when Dana becomes the unwilling obsession of a dangerous local man, David realizes he needs her. Can these two damaged souls find healing together? Or will someone deprive them of the chance?