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Now You See It (Inner Edge #1)

3.53  ·  Rating details ·  47 Ratings  ·  16 Reviews
Former Navy SEAL Brady McGrath has no trouble attracting female attention. But women never stick around long once they learn he can read feelings through touch. When an old Navy buddy hires him to protect his sister, he doesn't need extra-sensory abilities to know someone wants something from Gemma Cavanagh —something worth killing for.

Gemma's finally getting a handle on h
Published November 5th 2012 by Carina Press (first published January 1st 2012)
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Well-deserved 4/5 stars

I haven’t read anything before by Ms. Donnelly or any under her pseudonym, but I was pleasantly surprised and I thoroughly enjoyed it and can’t wait until the release of the next book in this series.

As well as telling us a romance story and seeing the heat build between the two main characters we got a little Paranormal/Fantasy and were given a glimpse of their special abilities, but more importantly than that we were given an exciting and interesting suspense story that
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Oct 12, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: net-galley
Thanks to the publisher, Carina Press, and NetGalley for the chance to read this!

This book is the debut of the Inner Edge series by Cáit Donnelly; a thrilling romantic suspense story with a paranormal edge. The chemistry between the two lead characters is powerful and steamy. The book is well-written and engages the reader immediately. The author has created an interesting concept with just enough differences to make it memorable from the overflow of paranormal suspense books that have flooding
Jul 30, 2015 rated it really liked it
SHort story involving 2 people with ESP abilities. He can sense things about people by touch, she can move things around with her mind.
For a short story there is a lot of story
Scooper Speaks
Oct 20, 2012 rated it liked it
Favorite Lines: “Great. Just great. He finally meets the One, and–God, did he just think that? Even to himself? Brady sat back in the chair and blinked, caught his breath and rethought the last few seconds. Well, damn! It had happened, just the way his aunts had always said it would. Just the way it had hit his dad. With amused and knowing grins, the old women had called it the coup de foudre–the thunderbolt. He’d shrugged it off as just more Indian stories. Served him right.” (p. 20, e-gall
Nov 15, 2012 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars

Paranormal abilities. Ex SEAL. Romance. Murder. Intrigue.
Sounds like a good combination!

Brady...Hot, Alpha, Ex SEAL with a mysterious past with paranormal abilities that he shares only with his team. He is entrusted by a team member and friend to look out for his sister. But he is not looking for a relationship especially not with a volatile red head. Has not had much luck in relationships since his paranormal touch senses get in the way.

Gemma...Hurt. Broken. Dealing with a cheating ex
After finishing this book, I’m not entirely sure how I feel about it overall. It started really strong. Gemma’s separation from her husband and resulting feelings from it came across as believable. Not only was I sympathetic for her but I genuinely liked her. I also really liked the instant spark of attraction between Gemma and Brady and how they were both cautious to act on it. Gemma and Brady both have psychic abilities. I know many readers don’t like those abilities mixed in with their romant ...more
Stephanie Collins
Nov 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
Gemma is just getting used to being on her own again and out from under the thumb of her disgusting ex-husband. She comes home and quickly realizes someone has broken in and messed with her computer. She immediately calls her brother who sends out a computer specialist to see what exactly might have been tampered with. As they work thru this she finds out her ex has been murdered and while she has an alibi she's a suspect at first. Cops are also very suspicious of our hero as he seems to be more ...more
Oct 26, 2012 rated it liked it
I received this book free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.

I really enjoyed this book, it kinda had it all! Love, lust, depravity, scandal, sex (a little bit), mystery, and some good ol' "extra senses". The dialog was pretty good, and the flow moved right along. There were a couple, and a very few at that, points that I had the "Stop reading, what is this crap?" moments... probably no more than 4 in the whole book. I.e. guy meets girl, and in that day, he starts thinking "bla
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Liked... Few things. My son and nephew are SEALs. I can tell you from being with then and their teams, I can walk up to any of them and wake them up without fearing for my life. Also when I asked my son about the "can you fall asleep on command" he laughed at me. Said most of the things they do is to be able to function with lack of sleep. Third, SEALs in books are always described as way to big. My son had to keep his weight under control while staying very fit. SEALs have to fit in many small ...more
Gemma Cavanagh finally feels like she is getting her footing after kicking her manipulative husband out and filing for divorce, everything begins to shatter when someone breaks into her house. As a favor to his close friend and Navy SEAL buddy, Brady McGrath has a way of tracking people and providing the best security possible to keep someone safe, part of that ability is being able to sense emotions from items and even people, he shows up at Gemma’s home.

Gemma’s life is in a tail spin, her soon
Feb 15, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Absolutely fantastic read that leaves the reader hanging on to every word. Gemma is in the middle of a divorce from a very controlling man who keeps tabs on her, sometimes by entering her house. Gemma's brother Peter sends a security specialist Brady over to Gemma's house to make sure that Gemma is safe. Brady has special powers when he touches objects so that he can feel what that person is feeling/thinking when they touched the object. Brady is at the house when the police come to inform Gemma ...more
Apr 25, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley
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Another book with a Navy Seal (aren’t they all anymore?). But I thought why not it sounded a bit different but while it had a bunch of potential I just couldn’t get into the flow of this book. Gemma is a character that I could not enjoy at all. While the men of the story are interesting that alone can not carry this story.

I loved the idea that the characters had paranormal abilities but that was not the main premise of the book so that was interesting to
Nov 29, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: jan-13
"Now You See It" is the first book in the "Inner Edge" series by Cait Donnelly. A romantic suspense with a touch of paranormal added to give it further flair.
Gemma, who's dealing with a cheating ex-husband, bitter divorce and having her house broken into, calls her brother who enlists the help of Brady, an ex Navy SEAL buddy who is a security specialist and is there to protect her.
There is an immediate spark and it slowly ignites into a scorching romance as together they desperately search for
Dec 01, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: ebook-arc
Now You See It was an enjoyable romantic suspense with a bit of a paranormal flair. I enjoyed the storyline and liked the main characters, Gemma Cavanaugh and Brady McGrath. I liked seeing their relationship develop, and am looking forward to the next book in the series.
Glenda Bettin
Nov 12, 2012 rated it it was amazing
enjoyed this book, looking forward to the next one
May 05, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mystery
This mystery has a number of possible villains and s number of twists. Pretty satisfactory, I'll have to read the author's next book,
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Cáit has been writing stories since she could hold a crayon to a wall. Her first novel, Scheresade, (written as Ronit Lèvy and published in 2009 by the Wild Rose Press) started its life on an empty paper grocery bag and knocked around for years, between raising a family and following the wandering life of a grant-funded academic. Along the way, she flipped burgers, worked as a translator, a profes ...more
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