After everything that happened in Visions, we go into this book expecting Heather to finally be able to have a semi-normal life. She has friends that know about her clairvoyance and a boyfriend that can deal with the oddness that goes along with it. Her relationship with her mom is on its way to being fixed and she now has a purpose- she’s helping the police by using her visions to see what people are up to.
So that’s how she ends up in Detective Tanners car, searching for Nicholas- a college kid who has gone missing. This time her visions aren’t only about him. He’s involved with much bigger players in town and there will be consequences. Never have Heather’s visions put her in this much danger and never before have they broken her heart. Can the people in her life handle her ability when it involves them or the people they love? How will Heather react when they hit closer to home? The answers to these questions will surprise you and the twist at the end will leave you wanting more.
I liked the first book in the series, Visions, but I absolutely loved this one. There’s enough drama to get your heart pounding and enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. While I’m not a big fan on Barry- I find him overly clingy and kind of a jerk sometimes- I’m really enjoying seeing the development of Heather as she becomes this strong force. The visions are hard for her but she handles them and their consequences with a grace that surprises and delights the reader. I admire her.
Anyone who had any interest in the prequel Visions is going to love this book. It is definitely worthy of your time and I for one, can’t wait for the third book!