The summer after graduation, Lexa falls for Gabe, but can she trust her new love with the secret of a lifetime?
Secrets rule Lexa's life. After her move to Texas for college, she develops feelings for her life-long friend. But Gabe’s gone emotionally bi-polar, ice cold one minute, nuclear the next, and Lexa’s not even sure he's her friend anymore. As she struggles to regain control over her shaken life, Lexa wakes one morning with wings. Panic sets in and she keeps her discovery to herself. Everyone has secrets anyway, and revealing hers could land her on a lab table. That’s not where she wants to spend Freshman year.
When Gabe learns he’s an alien-hybrid, it changes his life. Now he's rethinking his entire existence. After a he lays a mind-melting kiss on her, Lexa wants to ditch their platonic status, but Gabe’s certain a move like that will ruin their relationship. However, resisting her is almost impossible. Can he figure out how to keep his secret and his best friend?
Lexa and Gabe are certain things can't get worse.
This was a really fun read! I loved the concept, it was unexpected.
The story revolves around Gabe, Lexa, and Nate. There are plenty of surprises in the plot. Once I started reading it, I found it hard to put down. Yep, it was really good.
I like how there is a really great love story, with another guy trying to weasel his way in. What I liked about this, was the other guy, Nate, was a good guy too.
There is a mystery surrounding a series of events that has yet to be explained. Then, that ending! Bam! Just like that, it's over! Now I'm going to have to one-click the sequel ASAP!
I'm giving this book five glittery stars, because I truly enjoyed this science fiction book. The author did a great job creating it. I'm looking forward to the next book in the trilogy!
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About the Author:
I live in North Central Texas with my husband, two teen girls, three cats, and two dogs. I love to read and write (obviously). I also scrapbook, sew, crochet, paper craft, and paint.
As an author, I strive to grab my readers and keep them engaged to the very last word. If I can make my readers feel emotion of any kind, I do a happy dance. Anything from love, laughter, or even anger, all strong emotion is GOOD in my opinion.
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