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Deja Vu by Monique O’Connor James

February 11, 2012

Déjà vu

By Monique O’Connor James

Have you ever had the feeling that something you heard was said verbatim in the past? Or sense that you had been somewhere before, but can’t quite place it? Well, this story takes on a whole new realm to déjà vu.

Darby Lambert is a bright, beautiful woman with a troubled past. Nothing and no one is as it seemed the day before. She is not the only one with this talent or skill. But is it a good sense to have, or can it be challenging?

Matt Blaze and Kasey Kibodeaux are good friends of Darby’s but are they really what they appear to be? In this world, the sense of déjà vu can be most disconcerting.

Monique writes a story that had me hooked on the first page. It is riveting and almost every page had me unsuspecting to what would happen next. Most descriptive and at times she had my heart pounding. It is a story that kept me on the edge of my seat until the very end.

I give this story 5 Sunflowers.

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One Comment
  1. Thank you so much! 🙂

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