(Source: I own a copy of this book.)Jesse has been kidnapped, and it’s up to Rae and Anthony to find him and rescue him.Who is watching Rae? Who wants to kill her and why? And who has kidnapped Jesse?This was another okay paranormal mystery story, but again it had issues.Rae was again a little slow on the uptake at times, and her Violet Ambrose syndrome (putting herself in dangerous situations with no thought for her own safety) seemed to be getting worse. At one point she even said that she didn’t care if she was walking into a trap or an assassination plot, and went running into buildings filled with men with guns without a second thought.There were other things that started to irritate me in this book; the pace was a little slow again, but I was able to cope with that, it was the number of ‘as if!’ moments that was the issue.First there was the dashing off to New Orleans at a moment notice – because people are always dropping everything to chase up a lead aren’t they? Then there was Yana borrowing one of Rae’s bras! I mean really? They don’t know each other that well!Then there was Marcus’ behaviour – very odd, and Rae wondering whether she should get back with him – love triangle alert!Worse though was this whole touching fingertips to fingertips business. I’m sorry, but I just don’t see how you can go around shaking hands with people and touching them fingerprint to fingerprint; that is not how you shake hands! Never mind that she has to hold in place while she’s getting the info – she would have looked like a total nutter wanting to shake hands by pressing fingertips together!There was also bugs about for spying – expensive, a nine-year-old girl wetting the bed (she seems a bit old for that-?abuse?), and the sudden and very easy end to Rae and Anthony’s search.Overall this book was okay, but like I say, there were just too many things that were silly, over easy, downright stupid, or wholly unlikely. I’m hoping the next book is a little more believable.6.5 out of 10.