New York photographer Kelly Santos hides behind her camera and her talent, where no noe can know about her tragic past...or the visions that haunt her. This book was average. It wasn't the best book, but if you need something to read, this will do.
Metsy Hingle has penned another well told story set in one of my personal favorite cities New Orleans. This story had it all suspense, interesting characters, and chemistry between not only the main characters but secondary characters as well.
What does the death of a Doctor that has had his medical license suspended, the death of a nun and one photographer have in common? A murder of course. Kelly Santos grew up without a family or a past that she can remember. She left New Orleans as soon as she graduated from high school and never planned on returning. This is until she get the call that Sister Grace has died and that she was left some of the old nuns treasured possessions. While in New Orleans she stops at a cafe and picks up an old paper. Kelly can see, and feel things and knows right away that the former owner of the newspaper has been murdered. She reports it to the local police and then waits for the fall out.
Jack Callaghan comes from a very wealthy New Orleans family but he loves his job as a police detective on the NOPD force. He pulls the case of the murdered doctor and is told that there was a witness that "saw" the crime and is given Kelly's hotel room number. Jack and his partner head over to the hotel and he is shocked that he remembers Kelly and hopes that she remembers him. Kelly touched him when she was younger and he has not forgotten her quite soft-spoken ways nor her haunted eyes. Kelly remembers Jack alright and knows that she can never be a part of his world. Jack has plans to change that but first he must keep Kelly safe from someone that means her harm and that someone turns out to be related to her. But how is that possible she grew up in an orphanage!
The chemistry between these two very different people was great and the suspense will keep you glued to the pages. You are truly in for a great read if you pick up this title.