Faith Corbett's heightened senses mean she doesn't fit in anywhere—until she moves into an apartment with her psychic friends in New Orleans' French Quarter. But when one of her roommates is murdered, she's thrown into close quarters with detective Roy Chopin. The attraction between them flares quickly, and Faith ends up using her supersensory skills to help the police catch a serial killer. She also finds out that she isn't as unique as she thought. In Contact (4), Evelyn Vaughn brings the reader into the action from the very first vivid scene, with the heroine chasing a murderer through a ceiling crawlspace. The scenes are well-crafted and Vaughn even manages to work some New Orleans history into this captivating read.
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Alexandra Kay