The worst thing about vacations? They end.
Meg Jennings, Riley O'Shea, and their fluffy dog Zelda are enjoying a much-deserved vacation on an idyllic private island until their tropical respite is disrupted by a suspicious fire nearby. An even more suspicious case of food poisoning compels them to flee to the mainland.
The retreat where Meg and Riley went undercover is now a refuge for people having difficulty adapting to their abnormal sensory abilities. When manager Shannon Soloman disappears, Meg and Riley succumb to parental pressure and return to the retreat to help find her. There they meet two secretive agents aiding in the search for Shannon. The agents have no sense of humor and even less fashion sense. They also are inexplicably fixated on the necklace Meg is wearing and have a disturbing habit of turning up everywhere.
From rain-soaked forests to the sun-drenched deserts of the southwest, following the clues to finding Shannon and clearing her name takes Meg and Riley from roller rinks to rodeos. Ferreting out the truth will require trusting their instincts and special skills, along with more than a little luck.
Sensing Others is a full-length novel (280 pages/70,000 words) that is Book 4 of Jennings & O'Shea series. The correct reading order is:
1. Sensing Trouble
2. Sensing Secrets
3. Sensing Truth
4. Sensing Others