Olivia’s best friend is not imaginary. He’s not a ghost, either. And she’s pretty sure he’s not a hallucination. He’s just Mason.
He is, however, invisible.
When Olivia spotted the crying little boy on her front porch at five years old, she had no idea she was the only one who could see him. Twelve years later when new-girl Robin bumps into the both of them and introduces herself to Mason, they are both stunned.
Mason couldn’t be more pleased that someone else can see him. Olivia, on the other hand, isn’t jumping at the chance to welcome Robin into their circle. Jealousy may have something to do with
that, but honest fear that Robin’s presence will put Mason in danger is soon validated when a strange black car shows up outside Olivia’s house.
The race to find out what Robin knows in time to protect Mason from whatever threats are coming becomes Olivia’s only focus.
A very good book.
I want to start off saying this was a really good book. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I can tell that a lot of hard work was put in to creating this.
However, an editor may be necessary because often I see “. And”.
“And” is a conjunction word and shouldn’t be where I kept finding it. Being a writer myself I found it hard to concentrate on the book instead of mistakes like these. Other then these minor mistakes the book was amazing and I will be reading the rest of the series.
Good characters. Intriguing story line. Hard to put down. Can't wait to read the next in the series
Oh my word!
This book is amazing. I'm definitely adding the next book! I've read a lot of books but only have come across one other series that drew me in like this book does. You'll love it! Trust me!