Natalie Jones is the lucky survivor of an elusive killer who preys on young women and then disappears from view. And since her harrowing ordeal, the once gutsy photojournalist has remained isolated in her home, paralyzed by fear and her failing vision.
Special Agent Liam "Mac" McKenzie has scars
of his own. But despite his efforts to ignore the attraction that
simmers between him and Natalie, he needs her help to catch a predator.
Soon, they will forge a tentative alliance-charged with desire. Through a
soft-focus lens, Natalie dares to envision a future with Mac beyond the
investigation...never guessing that the clues hidden within her
photographs are drawing them into an explosive confrontation with a
In this story you meet Natalie and Liam.
Natalie was a famous photojournalist. She had been all over the world until she began loosing her sight due to an eye disease that quickly eats away at her sight.
Because of this, Natalie doesn't really like
to go out in public anymore, and when she is brutally attacked in
her own home for an unknown reason she is terrified.
Enter Liam "Mac" McKenzie
Mac is an agent and leader of a special investigations group that works all over the state solving horrific cases. When he hears of the attack on Natalie, Mac and his partner go and question her. He needs Natalie's help identifying the criminal, only he isn't aware that Natalie is going blind and actually
wasn't able to see the criminal, something that she failed to mention at the initial interview with local police. After the interview Mac's partner points out Natalie's blindness. Together, Natalie and Mac figure out that some pictures she had taken recently could hold the clues to the criminal and crime.
The chemistry between Natalie and Mac is there from the beginning but neither of them want to act upon it. Natalie wants her space and is convinced she doesn't need help, and Mac just doesn't want a serious relationship and is focused on his job.
It was nice to see they didn't just jump into bed right from the get go. The book had that believableness (yes i made that word up but you know what i mean *lol*) to it. You got to read from the villains point of view and you just weren't sure who it was at first. It was suspenseful but not frustrating suspense. It's worth picking up and reading and I am looking forward to the next installment of this series.
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