Even when a person can see something, it doesn't necessarily mean he should look…
Celina Wilton is technically blind, but, given the alternative of being dead instead, she's learned how to adapt to a condition she finds far from ideal.
Leader of a community of psychics, Stefan Kronos is often asked by the police to help out on special cases where his unique abilities assist with investigations. When he's called upon to consult on a case, Celina falls squarely on his radar. For a long time, he's wanted to get to know Celina better, and the only reason he's gotten as far as he has around her walls is by proceeding in unusual ways. He's had to cautiously watch his every step…and now, in order to protect her, he has to watch hers as well.
But, to unravel the threads tangling their lives with a vicious killer, Celina will need to trust Stefan enough to let him inside her barriers.
This stalker is like none other Stefan has encountered. Before long, he realizes he's not the only one with eyes into Celina's soul…
Eyes to the soul
I love all of your books it has taken me less than two weeks to read through book 7. Can’t wait to start the next one.
Eyes to The Soul
Best yet in this series. Characters have more depth, psychic abilities and relationships are more cohesive. Writer stayed focused throughout the story.
Great addition to the series!
Great story! I have been looking forward to Stefan's story, and I think Celina was perfect for him. The story moves quickly and I was surprised, in the end, by a few things related to Celina's powers, her blindness, and her ghosts. The mystery/predator was pretty creepy, but not so much that it will keep me awake at night. My one quibble with the story was at the beginning there was a lot of perspective switching - between Stefan, Celina, Sam, Maddy, and various victims that it got a little confusing, but once I adjusted the story went smoothly. Maddy and Samantha from previous stories show up, but the are active parts of the story and not just random shout outs to previous stories.
I received this story as and ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.