Bartholomew "Bart" Taggart a former NAVY SEAL is now one of the employees of the Saints Protection and Investigations. He was taught by his grandfather to believe only in facts, what he can see and touch. His family had a bad experience with a "seer" who tried unsuccessfully to swindle his grandmother. He has a bad taste in his mouth for these people and how they get their money.
He is assigned a kidnapping case for a person the team has worked with before. He hires the Saints to help along with Faith Romani who is a "seer" and whose grandmother knew the client. He wants her insight into this case but when Bart learns what her "gifts" are he treats her with disdain. He does what he can to discredit her because in his world there is no room for her talents, he just doesn't believe in them.
As the case goes forward and Faith is subjected to evil and corruption she draws what she sees and gives valuable insight and still Bart is reluctant to believe her. He is outraged when she hides sketches from him but why should she trust him? He treats her horribly.
The story was fast and full of twists and turns. Bart and Faith are drawn to each other and they really are a case of opposites attracting. She is a wonderful character who overcomes the dark side of being a "seer" and the ridicule it brings. It's a lonely existence and a sad one. She and Bart get off to a very rocky start but in the end she wins him over and he changes his mind about her. He is a ladies man and only out for fun until he meets Faith and then all bets are off.
I loved this story and the descriptive way she writes. I want to live in Jack's house! I want to visit the area that Ms. Jordan describes in such detail. Her books do not disappoint and this one is no different. I look forward to reading the next in the series. I can't seem to get enough of the drool worthy Saints and their stories.