Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer (Nightmares Trilogy Book 1)
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Six months ago, Nathan's sister was brutally murdered.
Now the 23-year-old playboy desires only one thing: revenge.
Late at night, Nathan trudges down the beach where his sister's body was found. He's searching for answers, but all he finds is a new nightmare: another girl's tortured body.
Only this one isn't dead . . . yet.
The unlikely hero becomes the prime suspect. Saving Caitlin's life was just the start. Nathan must win her trust and unlock the memories hidden in her nightmares to find out who's really responsible . . .before it's too late.
A tiny taste of what's in store:
"Stay away from her, Nathan. That girl isn't good for you."
Stay away from her? I'd go crazy with worry in a day. "You don't know her."
Chris looked grim. "Neither do you. Is there anything you wouldn't do for her?"
"Yes," I snapped. "I wouldn't die for her."
Chris turned around to stare at me, her mouth hanging open.
"Do you want to know why?" I asked steadily. "I wouldn't die for her because I wouldn't be able to protect her any more. What if I missed one of the people who hurt her? I couldn't take that risk. She's too important."
Dark, disturbing and definitely going to mess with your mind - Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer is the first psychological thriller in Demelza Carlton's Nightmares Trilogy, which includes:
- Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer (#1)
- Necessary Evil of Nathan Miller (#2)
- Afterlife of Alanna Miller (#3)
This was fucking useless. We wouldn't get any information out of her like this and it was only going to take longer 'til I did. "You didn't always see the face of the man who was hurting you, did you?" Jo demanded. "No, wait – " Michael started to say as he grabbed my shoulder, but I shook him off. There was no fucking way I was going to let some girl upset Caitlin like this – no matter how good a friend she claimed to be. I stormed into the room and, sure enough, Jo had made her cry. I
nurse, nodding her approval. "Well, four out of five healing perfectly is good. You might have trouble with that middle one, but I'm sure you won't need it. You might even be nicer to us nurses..." Caitlin's face broke into a beaming smile as she flipped the finger at the nurse. Nurse Judith looked put out. "Maybe not." Caitlin laughed. "I'm always nice to nurses, except when they tell me I'm not going to recover. I'll be fine. You'll see." The nurse sighed. "Yup, another arrogant doctor."
mind back to the two women in front of me. The nurse carefully wiped Caitlin's hands with a face washer from the bathroom and helped her dry them on a towel. She threw them both into a bag for dirty linen in the corner and leaned in closer to Caitlin. "Do you want me to go see if I can get some bubbly from the kitchen?" Caitlin shook her head. "I don't believe there's any alcohol for drinking in a hospital." Nurse Judith winked. "There is – for the candlelight dinners in the maternity ward.
walk a little, but I was the one who walked alongside the unfamiliar nurse pushing her wheelchair. She was slow, but I kept pace with them until we reached the outside doors. I saw Michael take up his position on a couch in the foyer. He nodded to me once before turning his eyes back to Caitlin. Secure in the knowledge that she was under surveillance still and she'd be safe 'til I returned, I asked Caitlin to wait while I brought the car to her. She nodded and shifted to a seat by the door,
deal with it later. I crept up on the next one from behind, my gun to the back of his head as he leaned over to look under a table. "Which one are you?" A snort as he straightened. "I was Senior Constable Nick Dennis, before I got suspended after meeting you and your girlfriend." "What'd you do to her?" He grunted. "Nothing. It's what she'll do to you that matters." I jabbed him with the gun. "What Caitlin will do to me?" He snorted again. "Laura, fuckwit. It doesn't matter where you go or