What if a single touch told you everything?
In the world of Isabelle de Grey, eyesight isn’t the only way to see. Her psychic ability gives her a second type of vision. When she touches objects and people, she looks into their past. But her gift is equal parts curse. She has yet to find the lover who can accept the brutal truth of what she sees. Isolated and rejected, she is ready to leave Los Angeles and abandon her career when she meets FBI profiler Gavin “Mac” MacMillan.
Thrown together when the daughter of a mutual friend is abducted, Isabelle discovers that Mac could be the man who won’t push her away. Despite his controlled exterior, she senses a fevered passion in him that boils just below the surface. But as she and Mac give in to their desires and race to save a young girl, Isabelle must learn yet again that every touch has its price.
This is an excellent new series. The story is well-written, the plot is exciting, full of suspense and romance, centering around a psychic and an FBI profiler matching wits with a psychotic kidnapper who is one step away from being a psychotic killer. Nicely done!PPeters, Reviewer on Amazon
Touched was a tension filled thriller with romance thrown in. I enjoyed reading this romantic thriller and watching the romance bloom between Mac and Isabel. Also seeing how the FBI supposedly works in a missing person affair.Lola Donnelley, Reviewer on Amazon
I recommend for anyone that loves erotic psychics. This is another great read from Hazel Hunter. Recommend for you psychic fans.Shelly F, Reviewer on Amazon
I had read this a little over a year ago, and loved it as much the second time around as the first, even though I don't usually re-read books. The story is well balanced with suspense and romance…the author has the talent to grab your attention right away, keep it throughout the book, and have you wanting more when you are done.Cindy Caron, Reviewer on Goodreads
Loved the book. A psychic woman who reads things by touch and an FBI agent who doesn't believe. A kidnapped woman and a nut job. Very interesting characters and a great story.Gail, Reviewer on Goodreads