In Katherine Bay most people regard Cassie Piper as a witch—a label that’s brought her more grief than happiness. Born with a dubious gift of “the sight”, hard, bitter experience has taught Cassie to avoid anyone asking for her help. Beneath a veneer of cultivated eccentricity, she's a loner until Grayson Pritchard erupts into her life.
The high powered attorney and tireless child advocate is the quintessential sceptic—anything he can’t see or touch doesn’t exist—but he will do anything to find his missing sister, even if it means seeking help from a so-called psychic.
Despite Cassie’s refusal to help, Grayson drops an envelope of photos on her table and, against her will; she’s inexorably drawn into his search … for with the photos come the visions, whether she wants them or not.
So why doesn’t Cassie “see” the attraction flaring between them … or that through her frightening visions she and Grayson will forge an unexpected connection?
Cassie is a woman hiding secrets, big secrets that have the power to destroy their fragile relationship before it starts. Can either of them live with the secrets they do uncover?