Seventeen year old Jade Sommers' life is turned upside down the moment she sees the inch long cut across her face heal right before her eyes.
Jade thinks she is going insane, but her boyfriend, Aiden Scott, knows better. He knows what she is. And like him, she was born this way.
Now if finding out that people like her shouldn't exist isn't bad enough, Jade's best friend is kidnapped by the psycho who terrorises her dreams. With the help of Aiden, Jade has to figure out how to save her before it's to late.
But what Jade doesn't know is not everything is what it seems. She is merely a puppet in a sadistic game to find out what she is truly capable of, and that game has only just begun.
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I would probably rate this 3 and 1/2 stars if I could, not a bad book at all I really enjoy it... Until I got closer to the end. The ending to this book felt kinda rushed to me, as if the writer had a longer ending written but realised it was too long and just decided to condense it. I would give it a read if I was you but don't expect a fully explained ending.
Going nowhere slowly
Essentially the story is:
The girl has question about what she is. The boy and his parents have the answer. They say they will tell her, but she must first change her clothes, sit down, have a cup of tea, do something else etc etc etc. If someone isn’t making a cup of tea, someone else is talking without saying anything. By the time the book is almost finished, they finally tell her.