Blind Sight 

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Title Blind Sight (PSI Sentinels: Guardians of the Psychic Realm)
Genre Paranormal/Romantic Suspense
Author Pamela Moran
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Gabe Nicholetti, reclusive PSI agent, would rather stay on his
sailboat, surrounded by water – moored off a remote island in the British Virgin
Islands – than deal with the ramifications of the dead woman in his visions.
That woman, Rily Carrigan – a very much alive, for the moment,
police detective in Eagle Crest, Oregon – makes it clear she has less than the time
of day for the likes of him. Not that it matters.
He has only one purpose.
Bring her murderer to justice.
Rily has neither time nor patience for what she calls the woo-woo.
But she’s about to tumble neck deep into that waiting chasm as a murky past she
thought long buried rises up to swamp her present life.
Will Gabe, PSI agent with a dark secret, be able to keep her
alive? Or does his own past condemn Rily to a death she can’t avoid?

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Interview with Gabriel Nicholetti

Tell us about yourself,
please.
What’s to tell?
I’m in my mid-thirties. Single and going to stay that way for
the foreseeable future.
My earliest memories are of the Institute. That’s the Institute
of Psychic Studies (IPS), where I was raised. The Agency is what you might call
an offshoot organization of IPS, and is where I’ve worked my entire adult life.
Sailing is my passion, my salvation. I’d rather be on my boat
than just about anywhere.
What is it that you want,
but cannot have? Authors call this the conflict of the story.
Peace.
A way to stop the visions.
That’s why I spend so much time on my boat. Water is supposed
to offer relief, form a barrier. Usually it does. But with these last visions, all
that Caribbean water hasn’t done a damn bit of good.
I still see her, the green-eyed blonde, staring at me from dead
eyes.
These visions are always of murdered people whose deaths I can’t
prevent. No matter how hard I try.
Maybe that’s what I want more than peace – to be able to stop
the murder from happening. To actually save a life.
What inner doubt causes
you the most difficulty?
 I started to say I don’t
have time for doubts. But then I thought more about the question.
Some call psychic abilities a gift. I call it a curse.
To see someone dead, to know, at that moment, the person is still
alive and there’s not a damn thing I can do to prevent the murder, how is that anything
but a curse?
So, yeah, I have doubts. Doubts about why the hell I’ve been
saddled with this curse.
What’s your external complication?
In the story world your author created, explain what it is you fear most.
Finding the blonde in my vision, having to watch her die and
not being able to bring her killer to justice. That’s my fear.
If I can’t find justice for the dead, then what’s the damn purpose
of the visions?
Tell us about your significant
other, that person who makes living worthwhile.
I don’t have a significant anything. Been there, still have the
literal scars to prove it.
Alone suits me fine. I don’t play well with others. Life is better
that way.
What is your family like?
Never knew my father. My mother left me at the Institute when
I was young. Ben Garrett, head of both the Institute and the Agency, took me in,
raised me. While he’s the closest thing I have to family, right now our relationship
is a bit strained.
If someone from your past
showed up, who would you NOT want it to be, and why?
Talia Garrett. She’s Ben’s daughter and the reason he and I have
that strained relationship.
I get it. She’s his daughter. He loves her in spite of the past.
Hell, at one time I thought I loved her myself. That delusion ended when she tried
to kill me.
So yeah, her showing up would be bad. For her.
What special skills do
you rely on?
I see Spirit Totems. You might be surprised at how useful that
can be. Every person has one, a mammal that is right at a person’s spiritual core.
A person whose totem is a Wolf is a lot different than say a
rabbit.
Or a jackal.
Being able to see the totem is like having a short hand to the
inner workings of their mind.
I’m also good at blocking, which comes in handy for turning the
tables on a stalker, even if she happens to be an ex-lover.

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Why did you choose to
write about this character?
Gabe appeared on his boat, so resigned to the fact of his visions,
knowing he couldn’t save the beautiful blonde but determined to try. How could I
not fall in love with him?
Was there anything you
discovered about this character that was a surprise to you?
What surprised me most was how grounded he was, especially with
what he has to deal with. Then there’s his sense of humor. Although his thoughts
might be dark, he kept his tone on the lighter side and avoided that pit of negativity.
When you wrote about this
character, what made you the most happy? What made you the most sad?
I’m thrilled I was able to translate Gabe to the page – he’s
a man with a huge weight on his shoulders but he approaches his world in a balanced
way, with humor and understanding. He doesn’t like his lot but takes life head on,
accepting it for what it is and what it means.
All that said, I am sad about the conviction he can’t save Rily.
That she’s destined to die. It’s heartbreaking to watch him struggle with all of
that.
Why do you write?
So many stories to tell – so many voices in my head!
What do you want to write
next?
Right now I’m working on Gavin’s Woman and after that the edits
for Darkwater Echoes. I don’t have a title yet for Ramon Ortega’s story, but his
will be the next one.
What other character from
this book do you want to write about? Care to tell us why?
Ramon Ortega. He first appeared in Stolen Spirit and has been
pushing for his own story ever since. He tries to take over every scene he’s in
and believes he can keep a lid on his burgeoning psychic abilities. Essentially
he’s disavowing their existence.
I’ve got news for him. He wanted his own story and I’ll give
him that, just not sure he realizes how much I love to torture my heroes!
Are any sequels planned
for this book?
Lots of them! The series is called PSI Sentinels: Guardians of
the Psychic Realm, but each is written as a stand-alone story and can be read separately.

Author Bio

Whether painting, out on a photo shoot or writing, Pam has always
had a bend toward the creative side of life. Her favorite is when she can combine
any of those with travel! Places get into her blood and she loves to explore the
possibilities, always with characters and a story in mind.
An astrologer for most of her adult life, Pam has been known
to see auras and the occasional ghost. Considering she lives in a haunted house
in the mountains of Southern California, this keeps life interesting.

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