Ivy Daniels is a high school junior still learning who she is. After an accident, Ivy finds herself with an ability she doesn’t want, an ability to uncover secrets which quickly begins to redefine what she thinks about the people around her as well as herself. Because of this ability, Ivy becomes the one thing that stands between an angry teen and the death of every student on campus. The only problem is she doesn’t know who wants everyone dead. Will she figure out who has this dark secret, or will she fail to find him in time?
Through her search to do the right thing, Ivy discovers that knowing the thoughts and secrets of those around her may just tear her apart.
A late night break-in to the pool with a group of friends. To swim, frolic, flirt and maybe drink a couple of beers.
All it takes is one slip and fall, and Ivy's life changes forever. Once she starts to hear voices, she thinks that she is going insane. But quickly she figures out that she is hearing the inner thoughts of the people around her.
Already feeling pressure to fit in with her popular group of friends, she finds it even more difficult when she hears their unkind thoughts. It doesn't take her long before she begins to distance herself from the group, and into the arms of the most unlikely of characters, Brant. Though pegged as the school's 'bad boy', he becomes the one person that she can trust and her first ally. Especially when she overhears something that could shatter the lives of the ones around her.
"A month from now, they'll all be dead. "
In a race against time, Ivy and her new friends try to identify the owner of that thought in order to stop him, before blood is shed in the halls of their highschool.
This YA novel had it all. A likeable female protagonist, a sexy and sigh worthy male interest, a sudden paranormal ability that is surprisingly not as fun as one would think. Lots of action and suspense. Tons of chemistry between Ivy and Brant, which is always a welcome addition to any book in my opinion. A page turner and a roller coaster of emotions, I truly did struggle to put this book down until it was finished.