Blind Spot Book Cover Blind Spot
Jo Richardson
Paranormal Romance/Ghosts and Psychics
Independently Published
December 15, 2020

Sydney Fallon has spent her entire life seeing things before they happen.
Tucker Chase is no exception.

He’s not looking for any new friends when he rolls into town.
He’s not looking for anything but a way to escape his past.

But how do you stay out of someone's life when you see it flashing before your eyes on a daily basis?

Reviewed by Melissa Brus

Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

If you are like me and see the 500 pages, you might be a little daunted.  Please do not let that keep you from picking up this book.  The first few chapters have a slower pace and then pages fly by, thanks to Richardson’s ability to create characters that you NEED to follow from page to page.  Tucker Chase and Sydney Fallon are not perfect.  They are highly relatable, even with the fun paranormal spin.  They are also surrounded by a cast of characters and a community that makes you wish you had that outside your own door, rather than in the pages of fiction.  


The chemistry of the two main characters is palpable and the romance is both sweet and steamy.  The themes of family and forgiveness were really compelling.  My absolute favorite part was Sydney’s grandmother.  She was fabulous on her own, but was also a great example of the great characters throughout the story.