Isabella Silviera inherited the gift of Sight from her ancestors, but it has never brought her anything but pain. Finding herself between shows, the costume designer decides to visit Angel Bay and her brother Joe, the police chief. She has been having disturbing dreams of late, and she wonders if Joe is in danger. What good is a gift if the visions are not clear, or she cannot change the events that she sees? Suddenly, she is the one in danger. Her car run off the road, she finds herself about to plunge over a cliff when help arrives.
If he had thought about it, there is no way that Nick Hartley would have gone down that embankment to rescue Isabella. But there was no thought involved, only instinct to save whoever was in that car. Luck was on his side and he was able to pull her to safety just before her car plunged into the ocean below.
Isabella is not so sure it was luck at all. The minute she sees Nick she realizes that he is the man she has been dreaming about, but she is not sure he is the one in danger. Perhaps her vision is about something else entirely. Only time will tell.
Continuing her Angel's Bay series author Barbara Freethy brings readers another story of love, loss and a little magic. Some of the threads from previous books continue, such as Amy and her baby and the dilemma Charlotte Adams finds herself in. Readers will be glad to see those subplots move along in At Hidden Falls and be swept up in the Hartley family connection to the Silvieras.