"Nova Foxx is an analytical, over-achieving securities and commodities sales agent, and a natural skeptic despite her mother's background as a spiritualist medium. She is eventually, however, dragged kicking and screaming into acceptance when an almost-fatal mountain climbing accident results in a near-death-experience that kick-starts her own psychic abilities into overdrive. A year later, and after grueling physical therapy, Nova soon discovers that with her newfound "gifts" comes great responsibility, and is forced to relocate to another city in search of the subject of her clairvoyance with the hopes of ending her visions and saving a stranger's life. First she must convince him that his life is in jeopardy without revealing who she is and how she knows.
Zane Youngblood is a high school social worker who wants to save the world one child at a time. He knows this is an impossible order to fill, but this doesn't stop him from trying,
especially when he's raising a young troubled teen of his own who's looking for acceptance and a savior wherever he can find them."
The, as yet, uncontracted novel is Gracie McKeever's third book to garner status in the annual, much coveted NCWA Awards, and her sixth paranormal romance overall.