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{Dark Premonitions: Heather Topham Wood}Dark Premonitions by Heather Topham Wood
Series: Second Sight Book
Published by Amazon Digital Services on March 4, 2013
Genres: Mystery, New Adult, Paranormal, Romance
Pages: 273
Format: Paperback
Source: Read for Review
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{Synopsis} –Psychic Kate Edwards had her first premonition—a vision of her own murder by a faceless attacker. With very few clues to go on, she has to use her psychic gifts to uncover who wants her dead. Paranoia sets in and Kate wonders if there’s anybody she can trust.

As Kate fears her impending death, she’s desperate to seek comfort with her ex-boyfriend Jared Corbett. As she tries to win him over once again, she worries that he’ll never forgive her for the mistakes she has made in the past. Kate questions whether fate will give her a chance to be with Jared again before her existence is ended.

Meanwhile, a sixteen-year-old girl has gone missing. The police and her family insist the girl is a troubled runaway, but Kate suspects there’s more to the story. Kate is frantic to locate the girl before her own time runs out.

Dark Premonitions is the third book in the Second Sight series.

{My Thoughts} – This book is filled with suspense. It is extremely difficult to put down and helps to better understand just who Kate is. I enjoyed learning more about Kate and Jared, but the best parts were when she was working on cases. How it would show her raw emotional and for who she really was on the inside as an individual. This book has the ability to make you laugh, cry and ask yourself – Did I just read that? It’s a must read if you have read the previous books in the series. It is guaranteed that you will not find yourself disappointed in the least.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.