Hazel Raven is a psychic with precognition abilities. She and her sisters have formed the Raven Agency (private investigators) to help find the lost and heal the broken.
However, when she foreshadows her sister’s disappearance, and arrives at the scene too late, she and her sisters hire the GLOBAL ALLIANCE COLIATION(G.A.C.) for assistance.
Brett Radcliffe is new to the Agency, brought in for his remote viewing capabilities. Finding one of the Raven sisters is his first assignment. He’s excited and at the top of his game, until he comes face to face with Hazel and a past he’s never quite forgotten.
Together they begin to unravel betrayal and treason in search of the missing sister and in the process, they find they are not only cut from the cloth, but they are the future of THE COLLECTIVE ORDER.
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Savanah Raven has always embraced her psychic ability, along with the idea that her sisters were the female half of the collective order. What she didn’t expect was for her ex-boyfriend, who thought her abilities were smoke and mirrors, to be her soul-mate, and one of the four brothers separated at birth who made up the other half of the order.
Chad Pendleton spent his childhood jumping from one foster home to the next, never feeling like he fit in anywhere until he became a Navy SEAL. Even then, he always felt like something had been missing. When he first met Savanah, he thought he’d found his other half, that was until she revealed her psychic abilities and then had the nerve to tell him he had the same powers. Believing all that stuff to be smoke and mirrors, he quickly broke things off.
Months later, he finds himself with a missing SEAL team and his superiors bring in agents from the GLOBAL ALLIANCE CORPORATION (GAC) and THE PERCEPTION PROJECT to help him in his search. Not only does he believe that his team has disappeared thanks, in part, to physics, but now his ex-girlfriend and her crazy psychic notions are forced upon him in the field. As they search the jungles of South Korea, he discovers his own psychic powers. He’ll allow Savanah to help him cultivate his new abilities in order to find his men, but he will not let her into his heart.
Nor will he accept he is one of four brothers who make up the collective order.
But if he doesn’t, the only surviving member of his team could die.
And he’ll lose the only woman he’s ever loved.
Hunter Knight should be dead. His body and mind are so damaged after being tortured by an underground group of psychic operatives, it would be a miracle if he not only survived but came back as a whole man.
Alexis Raven will do whatever it takes to ensure the Collective Order is reinstated, even if it means risking her life, following Hunter through the abyss and into the past. It is there they uncover the mystery behind the birth parents of the quadruplet brothers. It comes as shock to Hunter that his biological father had been right in front of him for years. He will be forced to put his anger aside when his own father, in the present, disappears.
Hunter and Alexis are given only pieces to the puzzle. They must use their new abilities to track Hunter’s biological parents and free a tortured soul. If they fail, the Collective Order will cease to exist, and Hunter and Alexis will perish.