SCREWING UP IS EASY. It’s fixing your mistakes that’s hard and for Paige Tyler, that’s no small feat. A few months ago she was almost normal, but now she’s the most hated person in Elora. She tells herself that what she did was worth it, that she was saving those people’s lives when she betrayed them. But it’s hard to convince yourself when the whole world seems hell bent on reminding you of how you messed up.
A month has passed since the day her aunt announced the rule of the Timekeepers to the city and in that month so much has happened. Things are looking worse and worse for the Vene as they struggle to make it through the days unnoticed and although nobody has been openly hurt, people keep disappearing.
They know things aren’t looking good for them and they’re just waiting for someone to step up and save the day. So who better to help than the person that screwed it up to begin with?
But how can Paige fix this when her only hope of winning back the Vene’s freedom has been lost for six thousand years? How can she find something that isn’t supposed to be found? And how is she supposed save the Vene when the odds are stacked against her?
She’s fighting a losing battle, she knows that. It feels like the whole world is working to stop her and she’s running out of options. The dangers of living are growing and sitting around waiting isn’t getting her anywhere. She doesn’t even have the protection of the academy anymore.
It’s time for her to step up and redeem herself from the mistakes of her past. She was given a gift and now she needs to use it. Elora was built on secrets and lies, but nobody has been able to access them for years. With Akira on her side though, maybe Paige can find the answers she needs to win back the city.
Marcus told her that Fate didn’t want her dead and now she needs to figure out why. It’s not common for people to be singled out and saved, but then again when is anything in Paige’s life ever common? Mo