Now You See It

Inner Edge Series, #1

Cait Donnelly’s new Inner Edge series starts off with a bang. Now You See It combines two differently paranormal talented individuals and lets the sparks fly. Gemma is a strong, likeable heroine and well matched with the equally strong, mysterious hero Brady McGrath. The romance between these two is hot, tender, and emotional. The story line is well developed and even contains a few surprises. This is the first book I have read by Ms. Donnelly, but I have a feeling it won’t be my last. I enjoyed both the premise and the way the story came together. A very satisfying read on all levels.

Gemma Cavanagh is about to be a divorcee. She also has a newfound ability to make things disappear and reappear. She is in the midst of trying to pack up all of her soon to be ex-husband’s belongings when someone breaks into her house and hacks her computer. Calling her brother for help he sends mysterious former Navy Seal Brady McGrath to check out the situation. Brady, who has the ability to read feelings through touch, is at first a bit off putting for her. There is just something going on with him that she is not sure about. When the police show up at her door to inform her that her soon to be ex-husband has made her a widow and sees all the boxes of his stuff packed up they are immediately suspicious. Brady steps up to help her and before they know it they are running for their lives trying to escape a killer. If the two can work together to harness Gemma’s abilities and find a killer before the killer finds them they just might make it to their own happily ever after.

Book Blurb for Now You See It

Former Navy SEAL Brady McGrath has no trouble attracting female attention. But women never stick around long once they learn he can read feelings through touch. When an old Navy buddy hires him to protect his sister, he doesn't need extra-sensory abilities to know someone wants something from Gemma Cavanagh—something worth killing for.

Gemma's finally getting a handle on her own unique ability to make things disappear—even making them reappear on occasion. When someone breaks into her house and hacks into her computer, she's certain her soon-to-be-ex husband is to blame—until the police show up on her doorstep with the news he's been murdered. And she's their number one suspect.

After barely escaping a firebombing, Gemma and Brady are forced into hiding—and forced to confront the chemistry between them. As they desperately search for the killer, can Brady help Gemma harness her abilities—and keep her from finding out about his own dark past?

85,000 words

Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2013 3.50