Our heroine in this book is Kris, a woman who is rather sucessful in her career and is helping her friend to get further with her own career. However Kris also has a special ability, one that she has always had since she was a little girl, being able to see visions; however her two college friends are aware of that fact and believe her visions to always be true, no matter how strange it seems because they have seen them come true.
Her visions can’t help her with a serial murderer whose set his sights on her, claiming her to be his ‘Beauty’. Add in an old boyfriend from years ago that she was getting over and you have a lot of excitement in this book.
Kris is a rather… She’s interesting to a point, she’s successful and the visions she has should make her a unique character, but everyone just loves her, policemen, FBI agents, EVERYONE just loves being around her and they all believe her abilities. When we are in the first few chapters of the book and Kris is with her friends Roni and Cassie she seems like an interesting character, not about to talk any BS from anyone, although she states it more delicately in a certain scene.
And then it all goes down hill from there. The visions that she gets only appear every so often, while I don’t expect her to have a vision a lot, I didn’t actually think her visions were really needed in this book, there didn’t really add much aside from a link between all three book that the author has penned.
Nick is Kris’ love interest and to be honest he became really bland as well, he started so strong, when the two were interacting over his sunburn and then? Well he just got really predictable.
The book is aimed at being a supernatural and I think there is a loose link between them all, but was it needed? I didn’t think so, the supernatural element was more of a side piece of information than anything of particular interest to the reader and it could have easily been a good story without it.
Apart from that it was a good read, thrilling and the romance was kept at bay, so it didn’t flood the pages.