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Mind Games
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Mind Games

by Cecilia Tan (Read Author's Blog)

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Mind Games — Synopsis

"I certainly hope this won't be Ms. Tan's only foray into the paranormal world because Mind Games is definitely an all-out hit!" -- Manic Readers (5 star review)

Wren Delacourt is a woman with a gift, only she doesn't know it. She has psychic abilities-the ability to see the future, to read minds, and to sense emotions. But ever since the death of her parents when she was a teenager, in an accident she foresaw, she has suppressed her abilities, often doubting her childhood memories and unsure if her powers even exist, or if she only imagined them. Unable to deal with other people's emotions, she leads a quiet, somewhat lonely life working in a university library and socializing mostly with her downstairs neighbor, a gay man named Lawrence.

Everything changes when her sister Abby goes missing, and Wren hires a private investigator to try to find her. Derek Chapman isn't what Wren expected in a P.I.; he's young, good-looking, and sensitive. Wren is attracted to him immediately, and the feeling seems mutual, but Wren is afraid that this will be just another failed relationship.

She begins to have dreams about sex, about a dream lover who visits her at night. Is the man in her dreams just her subconscious trying to work out its conflicts between desire and fear? Or could someone really be stalking her in her dreams? And what does it mean when Derek's search for Abby leads him to a private sex club? Fate seems to be pulling Wren into Derek's arms, whether she is ready or not...

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About the Author

Cecilia Tan

"Cecilia Tan transcends time, space, gravity, and cultural norms in her line of work: erotic science fiction," according to the San Francisco Weekly. Susie Bright calls her " simply one of the most important writers, editors, and innovators in contemporary American erotic literature." Tan always considered herself a writer, but her career took off in 1992 when she self-published a chapbook of three kinky science fiction stories entitled Telepaths Don't Need Safewords--and thus Circlet Press was born. Since that time she has written four more books of erotica, Black Feathers (HarperCollins, 1998), The Velderet (Circlet, 2001), Edge Plays (EAA E-book, 2006), and White Flames (Running Press, 2008). She has also edited numerous erotica anthologies including Sex In The System (Thunder's Mouth Press, 2006), The MILF Anthology (Blue Moon Books, 2005), Cowboy Lover (Thunder's Mouth Press, 2007), and many, many others, includnig over forty anthologies for Circlet Press. Her stories, essays, and articles in have appeared in dozens of magazines and anthologies including Best America Erotica, Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Women's Erotica, Playboy Online, The Mammoth Book of New Erotica, On A Bed of Rice, Dark Angels, Penthouse, Ms, Asimov's, Nerve, Gothic.net, Fenway Fiction, Periphery, and many more.

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