When eighteen-year-old Emery Leclerc is taken from her home by a man who claims she has magical powers, she isn't sure who to call first: the police or the psych ward.
After discovering that the magic running through her veins is the reason her parents died years ago, Emery wants nothing to do with it. She'd like nothing more than to return to her boring, small-town life. But left unchecked, her newly awakened abilities prove dangerous. She must learn to control her magic or risk having it consume her—and dying before making it out of high school would seriously suck.
Unfortunately for Emery, learning magic isn't as easy as her new housemates make it seem. As her frustration grows, she learns that, while she may not want her magic, there's a Wielder who does… and the hauntingly familiar and wickedly charming Remington will do whatever it takes to have it. As Emery battles him, she struggles to unravel the truth about her magical block and the undeniable pull she feels towards her enemy.
They say the truth will set you free, but for Emery, it could be the very thing that kills her.
I don’t want to be too harsh. It felt like a high schooler wrote this. The story line was actually really good but the dialogue and character relationship seemed to forced. It just didn’t flow. Not a bad book just seemed to be lacking something.