Publication date: September 1st 2016
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Romance
For as long as she can remember, Seraphina Cross has experienced these visions that made her feel like there was more to life. It wasn’t until one moment, one accident that her life changed forever.
She awakens the next day a new person in more ways than one. With no recollection of past night’s events, she’s forced to adapt to certain sensations she is experiencing all while trying to piece together what exactly happened to her that fateful night.
Her strange, hectic life doesn’t seem to make sense until she meets a handsome stranger. Only then does the puzzle finally piece itself together. What she doesn’t expect is the new powers she has developed attracting all kinds of unwanted attention.
Thrown into a world she never truly believed existed she is forced to come to grips with who she is becoming while staying out of trouble long enough to figure out what needs to be done to fulfill her destiny.
I was so surprised by how entranced this book had me, I have a love for romance but when combined with a genre that has always captivated my attention:paranormal, How could I not fall in love? A lot of the time I find myself reading and not really getting pulled into the book until after the first chapter, if not half way though, but as soon as I started reading, I knew this book was not going to disappoint me at all. I fell in love with the story line and with the characters. In a way I had been wanting a book like this since two of my favorite series: Fallen by Lauren Kate and the Hush, Hush saga ended. Captivated by how well the plot and overall book was written, I was not disappointed, there are always little things here and there that I can usually pick out but in this case, it was one I didn’t want to put down no matter what. I found myself making time during breaks, during lunch, even when watching tv with friends to read, I instantly fell in love with Nate and Sera and could not wait to see what the next chapter had in store for them. Though my only disappointed is where the book stopped, it will leave you hanging onto your chair. I would highly recommend this book to those looking for something new to add to their reading lists.