Very good book if you are into the psychic/paranormal books. The woman is a "violet" a.k.a. psychic/medium who can summon the dead and she is trying to escape from a government organization that is trying to make her work for them. She gets hired by a not-so-true archaeologist trying to find ancient artifacts in Peru. Very easy read, very hard to put down.
Main character finds herself in trouble again because of her abilities. In spite of it all she seems to find hope that she'll love again someday. An antagonist gets killed off, which is not an unwelcome event. Nice sequel but not as good as the rest of the series. I do believe I've skipped a book but think I'm done with them.
This is the first of the series I've read. I found this book to start out very slow, not get exciting till almost halfway through, then get dull again. Woodworth should stay away from any future lead female characters because I found Natalie to be just awkward. The whole book seemed awkward and just stumbled along from beginning to end.
Well-written but not as meaty of a story as I had hoped for. I'm a prolific reader and enjoy quickie reads, just wasn't prepared for this one to be a quick. Read it in just a few hours. Enjoyable. I would consider this to be a 'light' read.