Visions (The Gifted Series, #1)

Visions (The Gifted Series, #1)

by Laura Anile

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Visions (The Gifted Series, #1) by Laura Anile

What would you sacrifice to save a stranger?

Isabel Cartier was career-driven with a careful plan. Back when her life made sense. Now she’s trying to keep a secret, keep her job and keep everyone around her alive.

Isabel doesn’t know how or why the visions started. But her newfound premonitions of strangers in potentially life-threatening situations force her to decide what she’s willing to do—and sacrifice—in order to save the people in her visions.

There's Matt, the handsome stranger she saves from a terrible accident. They’re fated to meet, but are they fated to be together? Then there's Jeremy, her thoughtful neighbor who's down on his luck. Can she trust him with her secret? But it’s another man haunting her dreams who will leave her questioning everything. Does he have nine lives, or is it up to Isabel to figure out the rules of a game she doesn't quite understand in order to truly save him?

In her desperate quest to uncover the true purpose of her gift, Isabel will learn to open her heart, discover her passion, and fall in love. But will she lose it all?

Lives will hang in the balance. Choices will be made. Not everyone will survive.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148815617
Publisher: GlassHouse Publishing
Publication date: 09/25/2013
Series: The Gifted Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 964,499
File size: 803 KB

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Visions (The Gifted Series, #1) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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I started out not being too sure about this book, but by the 1/4 way mark, I was really enjoying it and wanted to know how it would all play out. Isabel is seeing things, having repeated nightmares, and even spacing out at work, but it's not just things she's seeing- she's seeing people's deaths. Three people in fact, and only one of them she has met. She becomes quite the daredevil, dodging out of control cars and train cars, as she keeps these deaths from happening. She's able to develop friendships with those she's saved, and in the end, we see how they are all connected and why it was that she needed to save those individuals. I really enjoyed the book. There were a few errors, but nothing major, and there were a few sections where things were a bit over-detailed, but it was easy enough to look past them and get back into the story.