Art historian Mia Fleming has battled with skepticism about her precognitive skills all her life. But her visions about Carpenter Techtronics are so vivid she sends anonymous emails and makes an anonymous call. After having a vision of a gorgeous man that leaves her frantic with desire, Mia is shocked when the man himself shows up in her office sending her silent messages.
Dan Romeo, CEO of the mysterious Phoenix Agency, is in town to help his friend Chase Carpenters track down whoever is threatening Chase’s company. When he meets Mia, he has a hard time thinking about anything but what he’d like to do behind closed doors with this intriguing woman. The electricity between Dan and Mia is so intense they find themselves in bed together before they’ve hardly completed introductions. But then bodies begin falling. As Mia’s visions escalate, so does the explosive relationship between her and Dan. When an attempt is made on Mia’s life and she is almost killed, Dan and his team must race to find the culprits before they can strike again—or put Mia down for good.
Sometimes after reading the last page of a book, you have to rethink everything twice. That was my first reaction to Extrasensory. Maybe it was because of the erotic visions that Mia had about Dan.
Although they were definitely hot scenes, they where a bit standalone in the total story. Because the rest of the story, about how Mia has visions about how there are being people killed in the company where Dan is working, is very intriguing. The total build-up of the theft of the new prototype of technology which will be the new phase in warfare is full of suspense. And when the bodies are piling up, you really want to know who is behind this. Mia’s visions give you step by step inside information and you kind of guess along with Dan and Mia in how the master mind of the theft is thinking.
I really liked Faith, the wife of Dan’s colleague, who has extrasensory powers as well. She stood by Mia to help her get more focused on the visions and how to interpret them. The story of Faith and her husband Mark is actually the first book of the Phoenix series.
You don’t have to read this one to understand the story of this book. But I think I’ll try to read that book later.
In all, 3,5 out of five stars from me, with a special thank you to Netgalley for providing the arc.
Publisher: Kindle Press
Published: August 2017
My Rating: ♥♥♥♥