Mind Matters, Book 2: Control

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When an accident causes Megan Aldritch's mind to be flung open wide, she is privy to more information than some people are comfortable with her knowing. To protect Megan, and his plans to use her, Doctor Paul Remsem must call upon colleagues who operate beyond the boundaries of government and law. More

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Words: 19,830
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781311929754
About Toni Plaisir

Toni Plaisir is a motivational and relationship therapist, and erotica author, who drinks copious amounts of strong coffee and eats too much fruit (or so she’s told). Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Toni loves its infinite cultural and artistic diversity so much that she still lives there with her very understanding house mate and the adorable and feisty Rascal, a rescued Himalayan cat from Toronto Cat Rescue with ‘take me home’ eyes and a penchant for socks.

Toni wrote her first novel at age seventeen, but has only recently decided to publish, and her first book remains hidden in a drawer as a reminder of where she started. If she’s not working on her latest erotic story, you’ll find her meditating, reading, watching comedy romance or fantasy movies, people-watching in Kensington Market, or grabbing some java in the Annex, and perhaps one day you’ll even catch her dancing naked in the moonlight…

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Reviews

Review by: Colleen Cairney on Dec. 04, 2013 :
Review - Mind Confusion Book 2 Control
Conscious vs unconscious mind the concept is gratifying and intriguing .
How did Megan know what to wear to bring everything into view?
The FH’s cracked me up the first time Megan met them.
The humor in the book is great. A few times I LOL, even when I was reading on the TTC.
Finally being able to understand Dirk/Quirks character. It makes sense why he was always around
What intrigued me most about the book was how the conscious, unconscious and the gateway mind was explored. It makes you think that if this could really happen (and maybe it could), how drastic a personality could change, yet be the same.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)

Review by: Mel Heeney on Nov. 11, 2013 :
Good follow on from first book in the series. Keeps you guessing with unexpected twists and well developed characters.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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