Heather Reiner is clairvoyant. After everyone in her old home town starts treating her as if there is something wrong with her she and her mother move to a new town in hopes of starting fresh. As soon as Heather enters her new home though she starts getting feelings that something has happened. After finding an old toy truck Heather has her first vision of a young boy named Johnny.
Visions is a rather quick, easy read with likable characters. Heather was obviously overly untrusting after being treated horribly in the past but finds herself opening up to new friends when they show her they believe in her which was nice. She has a gift that can be used for so much good it’s nice that she can start seeing that way instead of thinking it was a curse.
The thing that brought my rating down with this story is that while I still enjoyed it the book was just too easy to hand out the answers to the mystery part. The best way to describe would be handing an artist a paint by numbers and expecting them to be overjoyed. I was just disappointed I wasn’t give more suspects and more suspense involved for the reader to figure out who the killer was and what had happened.
Overall, nice plot, nice characters but lacking in the mystery/thriller aspect.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.