Rather an interesting take on the idea of humans developing psi powers---whether they want to or not!
From back cover: Her uncanny sight reveals abuse and damage suppressed deep within -- little wonder she'd rather close her eyes. Willow Millet longs to deny her family's exceptional gifts-- paranormal talents known to few, shared by even fewer. Benedict Fortune is one such -- a connection that should have strengthened the undeniable bond between him and Willow. But her self-doubt has driven them apart.
Married instead to her business, Willow's concierge we-can-do-anything service is thriving until it is hit by a string of bizarre and fatal accidents -- every victim a client. Now her livelihood depends on two enigmatic socialites and their notoriously decadent parties. In this anything-goes atmosphere, Willow and Ben are thrown together again and their need for each other is as strong as ever, but they are challenged at every turn...
For dark forces are staking Willow-- coveting her gift as a means of cheating death... and ruling New Orleans forever.
It was ok not the best book i've read
After Out of Body, this story was disappointing. I don't know why but this book just didn't click for me. Willow is one of those TSTL heroines that absolutely drive me nuts. She is in terrible danger from alien forces yet refuses to admit she needs help. DUH! Though I did like Ben. He loves Willow and after two years apart forced a meeting and repeatedly insisted he was going to help Willow even if she argued. Lots of unanswered questions which quite frankly seem more than can be realistically explained (solved) in the final book. I own book 3 so I will definitely read it but I hope it's much better than this one.