David Logan can’t believe that Leah is trying to convince everyone that she’s ‘seen’ his nephew’s kidnaping.
It’s far more feasible that she’s somehow involved in Jeremy’s abduction.
He blames himself for Jeremy’s disappearance because he was in a hurry to get to work and didn’t walk him into the school.
Since Leah’s his only ‘link’ to his missing nephew he intends to keep her very close, but he’s not quite sure how to handle his growing attraction to her.
Leah’s extremely upset over experiencing her first vision in years.
Believing in her own abilities is hard enough, expecting anyone else to believe her is almost impossible.
She’s worked with the police before on another missing child case - one that ended badly - and knows that Detective Hampton doesn’t view her as abnormal.
She goes to him with her vision and he verifies that a boy matching the child in her vision is missing.
While Jeremy’s mother is on holiday with her mother, David has been taking care of him.
What had been a nice visit with his nephew turns into a nightmare the morning the six-year-old disappears after being dropped off for school.
David’s positive that his ex-brother-in-law Hal is to blame but his alibi pans out.
Leah’s visions are apparently the only clues to Jeremy’s whereabouts and what happened, but can he put his faith in a woman he believes may know more than she’s telling?
Will he be able to accept that Leigh is telling the truth and learn to trust in faith and love before it’s too late?
SEEING THINGS is one of those rare books that you’re unable to put down once you’ve started reading.
There are so many twists and turns to the plot and you’re drawn into the characters lives so that you feel like you actually know them.
Leah really struck a cord with me.
Her fear of failing to save Jeremy and the reasons for that fear gives a clear look at the woman she is and the internal struggle and strength she possesses.
Whether you’re a believer in psychics or not, this is a fascinating read which delves into the personalities of everyone involved and has you questioning the true identity of Jeremy’s kidnaper all the way through the book.