By all accounts, Erin Andrews considers
herself to be a very practical woman. Unlike her friend Carly
Deluca, who’s into the mystical and supernatural, Erin
believes only in what can be explained in science and other
After meeting Carly for lunch one day,
Erin stops in a nearby antique store before going back to
work. There, she buys an extraordinary ring that seems to
have a life of its own. Soon, she’s hearing voices and can
‘feel’ things about other people, and it’s shaking her to her
sensible core. So, she sets out to find the origin of the
Erin enlists the help of Luke Hunter,
antiquities dealer, whose own interest is much more than
professional. When mysterious, but threatening notes are
tacked to her front door, Erin starts believing there’s more
to the ring than meets the eye. Can she trust Luke, not only
with the ring, but with her heart?
I really enjoyed The Seventh Sense!
The mystical way the ring behaves with Erin was fascinating
and drew me into the story from the very beginning. I even
found myself yearning for a ring like Erin’s. I got very
excited when I saw Luke’s attraction to Erin, but like her,
wasn’t sure if she could truly trust him with her life, her
heart and the ring. Of course, that was motivation for me to
read on! The story had just the right amount of sexual
tension and suspense to draw and keep my attention. In
addition, the ending was a delightful twist that I didn’t
expect. Pick up a copy of The Seventh Sense.
I think you’ll be glad you did.