Vicki Boyd, a remote viewer, suffers from nightmares and
doubts following a CIA mission. Trying to leave the
agency, she accepts a position helping an elderly disabled
woman, Laurel Maguire, as a caretaker for her home and
tropical fish business.
There, she meets attractive Dylan,
Laurel's nephew. Her sensitivity to the spiritual tells
her that something is wrong in Laurel's house, and her
government boss won't let her take her psychic talents away
from the CIA.
The combinations of a CIA mission, a ghostly
mysterious presence, an alligator swamp, an Afghan village,
and the romance with Dylan create a thrilling adventure
with many twists.
Terrell's narrative about how Viki's Key got its name is
touching. Her writing is terrific. She aptly switches
realize that Vicki is a remote viewer) to the
budding friendship/romance with Dylan. The comic/horrific
circumstances around crabby Aunt Laurel add mystery and
humor. Who wouldn't want a handsome, cheerful Irishman in
the kitchen fixing her breakfast?
I didn't expect to enjoy
Viki's Key tale so much. If you like romance, intrigue,
a touch of the otherworld, you'll be surprised at how
entranced you will be with Viki's Key.
After a botched CIA mission, Vicki Boyd leaves the CIA,
moves to a new town and tries to start over in a new job
working for an elderly woman. But when she arrives, she
learns Laurel Maguire has suffered a stroke and her nephew
Dylan has arrived from Ireland to care for her. Vicki
quickly falls in love with Dylan but all is not what it
seems to be at Aunt Laurel's house. And when the CIA recruit
her for one more mission, her past and her new future are
about to collide... in murder.