Kiss Fiction Review : 2009/01/26
by Ted Dekker & Erin Healy
Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2008, 322 pp., hardcover.
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Ted Dekker collaborated with his long-time editor Erin Healy for Kiss
, a thriller with some Dean Koontz-style supernatural elements. Estranged from her senator father--now a presidential candidate--Shauna McAllister nearly dies in a car accident that severely injures her brother. She awakens from a coma to find several months missing from her memory and her family blaming her for injuring her brother.
Figuring out her past becomes a race for survival once she realizes that she's in danger, but doesn't know why. Shauna discovers that she has the ability to grab memories from others under the right circumstances, but the danger escalates as she struggles to discern friends from foes and solve the secrets of her past before it's too late.
I enjoyed Kiss
greatly. The Dekker/Healy team has Burn
due out in a year, and whether it's a sequel or they spin a whole new yarn, their fans should have another exciting thrill-ride ahead.