Lacy Chenault has a sixth sense that she doesn’t want; she’d lost Chris Baker long ago because of it. Against her better judgment she agrees to use those powers to help in a missing person search for Chris’ sister in Grandbury, Louisiana.
Chris Baker, a professional football player, learns the hard way that even all his money can’t bring his sister back. If Lacy Chenault can find her, he’ll find a way to deal with the feelings he’s always had for her.
According to Lacy’s sixth sense, the situation was anything but a typical missing person case. She believed there is a serial killer loose in Grandbury. As the case evolves and more victims are uncovered, can Lacy save Chris’ sister from the killer? And how far will she go to save Chris from the serial killer that no one but her knew existed?
I really enjoyed this novel of romantic suspense. Lacy is a very strong and sympathetic character. She has always been different and bears her loneliness with dignity. Chris is a less sympathetic character. He is a user and too worried about what others think to be a real friend to Lacey. Her willingness to come all the way from her home to Georgia to help him search for his sister makes her the kind of friend anyone would love to have. He is more than a little shallow for much of the story and that made him less likable to me. I loved how his parents put everything into perspective. The plot of this novel will have you on the edge of your seat. Time is running out for Chris’ sister Jeanine and Lacy’s visions are tantalizing hints to what is going on. Their search interspersed with the rekindled romance between Chris and Lacy make for a story that is impossible to put down.