Insight of the Seer

Insight of the Seer

by Linda Andersson, Sara Marx

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Inspired by the hit web series!

Guin Marcus is hiding from herself—and everyone else. Working for LAPD has already marked her deeply, and keeping her “something extra” secret even from her duty partner Cheryl Jones only adds to the stress in her life.
No day is ordinary in the life of a cop, but Guin isn’t prepared for the day that changes everything. Her feelings for Cheryl, an overwhelming demonstration of her psychic gifts and senseless tragedy combine to irrevocably transform her. She accepts the truth about who she is, yet there is no peace in it. She still can’t tell anyone else, not without risking what little of her life she lets herself love.

Terrified and isolated, Guin can’t answer Lieutenant Jace Sloan’s questions. It’s equally difficult to deal with fellow officer April Reese, not when sexy, sensual visions of passion are constantly running through her mind. How can she trust either of them when she can’t trust herself?

InSight of the Seer is a wry, gripping and passionate story told by the team of Linda Andersson and Sara Marx, based on the hit lesbian paranormal web series InSight and The Seer created by Linda Andersson.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013532106
Publisher: Bella Books
Publication date: 04/19/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 569,331
File size: 613 KB

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Insight of the Seer 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
rosytheflowergurrl More than 1 year ago
This is a story about Guin Marcus, a psychic LA cop, who gets energy from everyday objects when she comes into contact with them. The lead character has a kinda sad life, but somehow you feel hopeful that she will find just the one. So when she does, it's sad that the woman is married. Then a tragedy strikes, which had me very tearful in about the middle of the book, followed by how Guin deals with it. I was not nutty about the ending, had me feeling like I wanted to slap someone, but I take that as the characters got into my head and I had developed some caring for them, which is good. I am under the impression that this is a foundation book, where the backstory is basically developed (and I admit I did read that somewhere) and I imagine there will be books to follow that will make this one seem more and more important to the whole series. Sad? Yes. Funny in parts, which lightened the mood. The ending was pretty open, so you know there's more Guin to come. Overall, I really liked getting to know the characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago