When Joanna regains here psychic powers, it starts a whole new direction for her career, assisting the local police with murder cases. Letting her research skills lead the way, Joanna’s caring and generous spirit plus her natural curiosity get her in a lot of trouble and put her right in the thick of things.
The first in the Medium with a Heart Series. See how it all started.
When JOANNA WEBBER’s husband dies in a drunk driving crash, six years ago, he leaves behind a pile of debt and a ton of lies. To dig herself out of the financial hole he left, she hatches a plan to become a medium. Why not? She has experience, well, sort of. Years ago, she blocked her psychic powers to save her sanity. In all the years since she never figured out how to regain them which initially has her leaning on her research skills to fake readings.
When, a local pharmaceutical executive, JEREMY LANDON contacts her to help solve a murder, she is stunned by the request since she is a medium not a detective and doesn’t feel she has the proper experience or skills to investigate a murder, except maybe one – she’s the only one who can see him.
Joanna is at it again, investigating a murder or in this case murders, in the second book of the Medium with a Heart series.
The town of Creekview is reeling from a series of gruesome murders. As the number of victims rises, with few clues and no suspects, detectives turn to Joanna, the Medium with a Heart, to help solve the case. Joanna feels ill-equipped, but could she refuse the sexy detective’s plea? As she digs into the case, bizarre things begin happening. The usually trusting Joanna begins to suspect she is the next victim, and almost anyone could be the Playhouse Killer.
Joanna Webber is back in Book 3, Organized Murder, and putting herself right in the thick of finding a killer.
After her husband Ted’s death six years ago, she is finally ready to visit his grave. Having never been able to reconnect with him in the afterlife, even after regaining her psychic powers, her plan B is to go tell off his headstone. She’s hoping for the closure she has never been able to get.
He surprisingly appears at the cemetery and tells her the truth about his death. The new version includes not one, not two, but three organized crime families. One he worked for, and two that potentially had him killed.
In the end, the closure she craves comes from a place she never expected.
Lots of lies. A shooting. A move to both a new office and a new house. Plus, an engagement. This one has it all.