Why would a contented husband who has it all simply disappear?
Police believe Dennis Briggs left home voluntarily, but his wife is convinced something sinister has happened. In desperation, she turns to Autumn Rain for help. Autumn has the extraordinary ability to read imprints—emotions left on objects that have special meaning to their owners, but what she discovers about the victim only leads to more questions. Autumn is equally confused by her conflicting feelings for the detective who treats her like a suspect and the supportive boyfriend she has always depended on.
Autumn’s investigation takes on new urgency when Dennis’s young son is also targeted, presumably taken from the backyard of the family’s home. What will she risk to save the boy? Sometimes what you can’t see means everything.
I really can’t wait to see what other adventures this series has to take me in. I’m really getting into them and trying to figure out what is going to happen next. Thanks for a good read. 5 stars
A great addition to the “Imprints” series
I enjoyed this sequel even more than I enjoyed the first book in the series. I really like the character development, and Teyla has come up with some interesting ways of having Autumn put her special abilities to use.