Review: I Dream of Danger by Lisa Marie Rice

Title: I Dream of Danger (Ghost Ops #2)
Author: Lisa Marie Rice
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
Published: July 2, 2013
ISBN: 13: 9780062121837
Genre: Romance
Source: Edelweiss

Goodreads Summary:
When Nick Ross disappears from Elle Thomason's life, she is certain she'll never see the man she loves again—except in her dreams.

Ten years later, as a respected researcher breaking new ground in psychic phenomena, she sends a desperate call for Nick's help. One by one, her colleagues have started disappearing . . . and Elle knows she's next. An elite soldier, Nick never meant to hurt Elle, duty kept him away—and then she vanished. Now troubled by unusually vivid, disturbing dreams of Elle in danger, Nick will rescue the only woman he's ever wanted and bring her back with him to Haven. Though powerful men are after Elle and her special abilities, Nick will die before leaving her side again.

My thoughts:
I Dream of Danger is the second book in the Ghost Ops series. First off I would like to say that if you haven't read the first book yet, don't worry about it. I didn't either, and I was able to follow the story. I love it when authors write books like this! 
Elle Thomason had a great life. She had a father who adored her, and a loyal friend in Nick Ross. However Nick disappears mysteriously from her life when she's a teenager. Shortly after her father is diagnosed with Dementia. Elle dreams of Nick and that they'll meet again. She's stunned when he shows up for her father's funeral. Nick has a secret of his own. He has been gone from Elle's life for so long, but he's never forgotten her. They have an unbridled attraction for each other. However after their reunion, Nick has to suddenly leave. Elle is heartbroken, but decides she needs a change.
Ten years later, Elle discovers she has a supernatural ability of sorts. Her scientific findings put her in danger and the only one who can save her is Nick. Elle and Nick have great chemistry together. The story is told from different perspectives, Nick and Elle being the main ones. I love that you get both characters' point of view. However their characters are typical of this genre. Nick is an alpha-male, and Elle is the only one that can soften him. He's fiercely protective of her, but Elle, though a girly-girl, is very much able to take care of herself. Overall the story is good. It's a great book to read when you want to relax after a hard day's work. This is a series I wouldn't mind reading more of.

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