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Publisher Description

The passionate, impulsive Briana Howard and the sly, snarky Jonas Whitmeyer, make a perfect mess of a couple. Both are stubborn, smart and sexy. They’re also human clones with supernatural powers.

Jonas had resigned himself to a solitary life on the remote island of Palmyra, home of Sandra Whitmeyer’s clandestine clone-growing lab. With young clones now inexplicably dying, Jonas is torn between feeling responsible for cleaning up his mother’s mistakes—alone—and his desire to be with Bree.

A heated tussle on Palmyra leaves Jonas and Briana further apart than ever. Bree storms off to Portland, Oregon, but not before encountering clones of a loved one lost long ago.

Jonas tracks down Briana in Portland, where they race to discover the truth about ties between the Howards and the Whitmeyers against a host of obstacles and enemies. Will Jonas and Bree find a way to be together amid an ever-shifting maze of deceit, misdirection and danger unearthed by the darkest of family secrets?

Young Adult
June 20
Sun Publishing
Heather Sunseri

Customer Reviews

Jengsysygwy ,


This series is the best sci-fi type book I have ever read. The storyline is great and the characters are impeccable. I have read most books by this author and cannot wait for future series like these!

Brep83 ,

Love these books

Wonderful book, could not put it down!

Marvelgirl42 ,


I was so privileged to be part of Heathers launch team for this book and it did not disappoint! Any fan of the series has been wanting to get into the dark, twisted forest that is Jonas Whitmeyer's mind and Heather wrote it out almost perfectly! Same with Briana. As dysfunctional, scary and downright mean they both seem, you get to see the crap they have to go through and they see each other in totally different lights which made me see them differently too. With the IIA still hanging around, there's a lot of puzzle piece they're still putting together. The one flaw which made me give it a 4 instead of 5 star, was it seemed a bit rushed as many short stories do-especially when it's supposed to be a continuation of a series as opposed to an epilogue or prequel or "same story from someone else's POV". I would've liked to hear more about Brianas past with her family and details of what lead to the events of the summer before (you'll know what I mean). But honestly this was a really good fix for fans of the series and it does leave you wanting more. Not exactly a cliffhanger, but definitely some questions left open ;) Can't wait for the next!

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