biologically better in all ways –
is her family more than human?
Unlike her stepsister, daredevil Julia isn’t perfect, hangs out with the not-perfect boy ‘cousins’ and is exiled to public school for letting outsiders see their superhuman strength.
Pretending to be less-strong, less-smart, less-amazing is second nature – but what if she wants to be herself with John?
My book talk: Sent to public school as punishment, Julia discovers that her ‘family talents’ hide a deep secret that the Austin teen may not want to be part of, but does she have a choice?
Her descent from elite untouchable was abrupt after the dumb dare that got Julia and the guys she’s known forever noticed by the police, but is being ignored at a new school (and having to fake being merely outstanding at tennis) any worse than being scorned by her family group?
They heal overnight, run faster and farther than anyone else, sense trends before everyone else – but are those the only talents shared by her extended family?
When she starts sensing John’s thoughts at school, Julia becomes convinced that her charismatic father has been hiding much from the younger family members – but why?
As their feelings grow, Julia knows that she must protect John and his family from hers – but is it too late?