Sixteen-year-old Chloe Carmichaels’ perfect world is in chaos.
It’s not because she has a vision of her boyfriend murdered and he’s found dead exactly as she saw. It’s not because she suddenly has the ability to move objects when she’s upset. It’s kinda cool to slam a door without touching it. And it’s definitely not her overbearing mother who only cares about appearances. Chloe’s accustomed to her family’s distance.
So what has her questioning her existence?
It’s the group of teens who insist her name’s Amanda. She knows she’s not perfect, but apparently, she was in another life as Amanda. It’s the threat of impending death from a being she can’t remember but who remembers her. And it’s a love she can’t explain or walk away from. It’s a love that speaks to her heart and demands attention.
If she doesn’t start to recall this past life, she may never truly get to be Amanda or Chloe. And the future she longs for may be at the bottom of an unmarked grave.