The haunting refrain torments Bethany, almost as much as the horrors of what she’s forgotten. Chased, terrified, and injured, she races away from a gunman into the woods, determined to once again escape those after her.
Hunter’s first meeting with Bethany reveals an injured, exhausted, and possibly dangerous psychic. Plus she was uncooperative, barely civil, keeping everyone at arm’s length. Only she needs help, … and he is the one available. Time for the hunted to turn hunter, and that is his domain. Especially if he gets to champion the underdog, which, in this case, is a prickly and way-too-beautiful woman, whom he doesn’t want to let out of his sight.
Not only is she being tracked but they want her back as a captive. A captive to do their bidding. And they’ve enlisted another of their group, her ex-best friend Lizzy, to hunt down Bethany.
They want, no need, her to remember who she really is …
With Hunter at her side, Bethany fights for survival, racing toward an explosive reveal that leaves them all gasping, as their world turns upside down.
This book had me thinking throughout as to what was happening. The mystery surrounding. Beth was great writing , now looking forward to the next book in the series. I can’t recommend this series enough .
Intriguing storyline, with a well defined plot and characters. Can’t wait for the next one.
Energy and Finding the Lost
This is a tale that kept me guessing until the very end. A page turner, a story about psychic skills and experimentation and a lost past. Strong allies and unseen enemies. Bravo!!
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