Answering an ad in the newspaper, Abby had no idea that she would find so much more than just a job. Her new boss sends butterflies tumbling through her stomach and she can't stop thinking about being in his arms. Jake wasn't looking for love when he advertised for a typist. By hiring Abby, he's found more than he bargained for. She's charming, sweeit, and gets to him as no other woman has before. There's just one little problem... Gloria, Jake's secretary. Gloria has loved Jake from afar for years, then Abby came into the picture. She's noticed the looks he gives Abby and decides to take matters into her own hands. If Abby is out of the way, surely Jake will love her... so Gloria begins to plot Abby's demise. Will Jake be abe to stop Gloria in time? Or will he lose the only woman he's ever loved?
Sabrina Madison is different than most people. She sees things that others don't. This isn't always something that she wants. She starts having dreams of a serial killer killing woman. She knows how, where, when but what can she do to help? If she goes to the police they will think she's crazy. Who can she trust?
In her dreams she sees the killer, the women, and then one man who she doesn't know, but for some reason she knows she can trust him.
Sabrina goes to the police station to try to explain how she knows all the details of these murders. She must tell her most inner secrets about being a psychic. When she walks in she comes face to face with the man of her dreams, Lt. Greg Morgan. She instantly knows that she did the right thing by coming there.
Sabrina learns that the killer knows that she has went to the police. Now her life is in danger. Can she help the police find the killer before he finds her? Can Lt. Greg Morgan keep her save?
The lightening was crashing and the thunder was rolling as Angela Thompson stood on that bridge looking down at the river below. She wouldn't believe that he was gone. Police cars were blocking the road and the lights were flashing. She could see the railing that Mathew's car had crashed through. The witnesses said they saw him stomp his brakes and turn his wheels to miss hitting a deer.
How could she accept his death when the body was never found? How was she supposed to move on without the man she loved? What if he wasn't dead after all? Would she ever find out the truth?