Review - Safe Harbor by Heather Wardell

My Copy of the Book

Celia's always thought she was just emotional. But when she witnesses a near-murder and finds herself feeling everything the victim feels, she wonders if she's losing her mind. There's only one place she feels peaceful: near her new coworker. He's just been left at the altar and he should be devastated but instead he's quiet. Calm.
Too calm? Or could he be the safe harbor she desperately needs?

About the Author:
Heather came to writing after careers as a software developer and elementary school computer teacher and has no plans to leave it. In her spare time, she reads, runs, swims, crochets, takes care of her aquarium and her cat Trinity, and plays drums and clarinet. Generally not all at once.
Heather is a natural 1200 wpm speed reader and the author of the currently fifteen novels in the "Toronto Collection" of loosely related women's fiction stories, as well as the three novels in the "Seven Exes" series.

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My Take on the Book:
It's the first time that I've heard of an 'empath'. I'm used to hearing about a person having 'empathy', but haven't heard of someone 'feeling' actual emotions of another person. Just based on the newness of the topic/subject, I found the novel to be intriguing. I also liked how the characters were introduced. I got a copy in exchange for an honest review and gave it a four star rating.

Last Word:
I found this book good all the way through, and also liked observing the characters different reactions to their outward environment.