Dream Stalker by Sandra Kerns

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Nightmares become reality when you see them on the news.*

Janine thought the killings were over, but two years later her dream stalker is back and he knows she’s not really dead. She tries to deny it. Then the detective from Philadelphia shows up and verifies her worst fear. What’s worse? Detective Dawson is still irresistible and determined the killer is after her. She can’t stand the idea of someone else she loves being killed by her stalker, but pushing Dawson away is as effective as pounding your head against a brick wall for enlightenment. Even her snarky attitude doesn’t put him off. What will she have to do to save him?

Dream Stalker is the award winning first book in the Colorado Skies series inviting you into the beautiful state of Colorado and the love you can find here. If you’re looking for a heroine who can fight her own battles and a hero who makes your knees weak, this is the book for you.

Buy this romantic suspense that has a generous helping of spine tingling moments with a side of sexual tension today!

About the Author

Sandra S KernsSandra is the author of three series with fifteen books to her credit. While most of her titles are based in Colorado she occasionally takes a vacation to the Florida coast and has to let her characters visit as well. Her heroes and heroines are completely fictitious, but are inspired by many ‘every-day’ people she meets because she wants characters her readers can believe in.

Sandra enjoys sewing, traveling, and playing with her dog Rudy when she’s not writing. She’s worked in retail and secretarial most of her adult life and recently retired from her day job at a local high school so she can write full time.

Having sent their sons out to create their own lives, she and her husband (along with Rudy) live in the beautiful state of Colorado and enjoy camping and hiking whenever they can.

Reviews  (see more on Amazon)

By Blake Malone on September 10, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

This story begins with a murder in progress. Cover to cover, the tension never lets up. This is the kind of book you read standing up, pacing the room, thumbing pages with one hand while making your cup of tea with the other – assuming you’re still up for a cup of tea after what goes on here…. The tension never abates because it has a number of strings to it and they’re each being constantly wound tighter: We have serial killings – who and why? We’ve got romance, lust and giving in to desires. There’s a good dose of the mildly supernatural to figure out. The relationships are complicated and real – abandonment, family, blame, revenge, loss, love. We have everything closing in around our main characters, little by little the whole book through…. The dripping suspense never relents and the author shows us no mercy. Five stars and two thumbs up!


By AJC on January 27, 2015

Format: Paperback Verified Purchase

I liked this book very much. The characters are interesting and the story is original. It has the element of surprise mixed with the supernatural and a great ending. Of course, there’s the tension between the main characters that develops nicely throughout the book. I read it over three days as I didn’t want to put it down. Now I have to read her other books!


By Stephanie on September 14, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

I’m a big fan of Ms. Kerns’ work, but this was an unexpected treat! It held all of the key ingredients that make her stories great reads, but this one was different, in that we get a whole new view of “the bad guy” – from the inside out! We’re introduced to him before any other character, as we join him on his twisted “mission”. He was absolutely fascinating. I love the way Ms. Kerns was able to paint him in such a way that I pitied him just as often as I was horrified by him. He was so very 3-dimentional! I mourned the childhood he apparently suffered, and rooted for his inner child to overcome his inner demons. I was conflicted; I cheered the hero and heroine on, but I didn’t really want this guy beaten…just saved [from himself]. It was a thrilling psychological journey! As if that wasn’t enough, we have a really intriguing dynamic between the two main characters. They have a history that the reader slowly learns more about throughout the first 1/2 to 2/3 of the book. Their connection could have been spelled out, plainly, from the beginning, but it was so much more fun to grasp onto little details that blossomed into a really rich backdrop for the drama they actually face in this story. Outstanding read!
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