Instincts can save a life... or get you into deep, deadly trouble.
In a family brimming with talented psychics, Francine Akers' gift is pathetically, embarrassingly unreliable. But this premonition is so real, she jumps into her economy rental car and braves the Nevada desert heat to answer the cry of a terrified woman.
When her vision leads her to a state park and a tall, ruggedly handsome park ranger, the doubt in his eyes increases her desperation. She can't give up only to discover she's failed someone, again. This time it's life or death.
Frankie isn't the first wayward Vegas tourist park ranger Mathias Blackhawk has encountered, but both his Native American intuition and ex-cop instincts tell him not to simply dismiss the pretty brunette's belief. Since there's no way to convince Frankie to drop her quest, he resigns himself to helping her, if only to keep her from attracting the wrong kind of attention.
Might as well ask the desert sun to stop beating down, because if Frankie's increasingly vivid and violent visions are any indication, she could be the killer's next victim.