When the Veil lifted seven years ago, it removed the one thing separating the humans of earth from the supernatural creatures of the universe.
Claire Connolly was a child when the Veil was torn. She watched her father fight back against the supernatural and she watched him die by their hands.
She has done her best to take over her father's business, becoming a respected businesswoman who knows almost everyone and can get people what they need, when they need it.
She has also done her best to hide her secret; she's a Sensitive.
If people find out what she is and what she can do, she'll be sent to live in Devil's Isle with the rest of the supernatural beings who were left behind when the Veil was finally closed.
But she may have to reveal who she is when someone is trying to tear the Veil open again and rain terror on the land once more.
Final thoughts: This is a solid supernatural novel, but it's not a stand-out. I would much rather have Neill finish her Chicagoland Vampires series instead of starting a new one. Maybe she needed a break from Merit and Ethan. Hopefully she's been diverted enough and can back to their story.