Echo Sullivan is clairaudient. She is
unsure of her gift or how to use it. Her parents want her
to move into their house in the suburbs and she is hoping to
find some answers. She also needs a man, a real man who can
dominate her. Echo should really be careful of what she
wishes because she just might get more then she bargained
Flynn has been waiting for the right
time and the right place to meet Echo. Now he just needs to
take it slow so he doesnít scare her off. He has secrets
that could push her away for good.
Is Flynn man enough to dominate Echo?
Does Echo really want to be dominated or is it a fleeing
The Stir of Echo is very intriguing and dark.
Ms. Gabriel did a wonderful job showing the struggles that
Echo had. Echo isnít sure what she wants and you feel the
power of that in Ms. Gabrielís words. Flynn is just the man
to show Echo what she really needs and Ms. Gabriel did a
wonderful job making their story come alive. Susan Gabriel
hints at Flynnís secret, but doesnít come right out with
it. I love a book that can keep me guessing. I do wish
that Ms. Gabriel had done more with Echoís gift. It would
have been nice to see it develop a little more. I loved the
dream scene that Echo had and I also loved the ending. A
little mystery is a nice bonus to any romance! Not to
mention the hot scene in the costume shop. OH MY!!
The Stir of Echo is hot with a capital H!!!