101 Ways to Save a Life
It's a classic story:
Girl Meets Boy. Girl Likes Boy. Girl Loves Boy. Boy Dies.
A self-proclaimed loner, Lyla James wasn't planning on falling in love with anybody - least of all with her lab partner. Yet, several stare-downs and a lab reassignment later, Lyla finds herself bonding with the sociable and charismatic Haiden Lucas.
With his peculiar quirks and non-stop commentary, Haiden brings out a new side of Lyla. In fact, she could just imagine a future with Haiden. . . but after a fatal accident, Fate makes it clear that Haiden Lucas is to have no future at all.
That should be where Lyla's and Haiden's story ends, but in the next life, their souls connect once again. And again. And again. And again.
Life is stuck on repeat, and Lyla and Haiden are trapped in a never-ending circuit fueled by love but constantly tainted by death. The one (maybe) bright side to their situation? Unlike Haiden, Lyla seems able to endure a rebirth with her memories intact, but. . . what's the use of knowing of a love that always ends in tragedy? Still, they can't go on like this forever, and with Haiden's memories of her and their desolate pasts missing, Lyla soon realizes that he won't be saving anybody - least of all himself - anytime soon, leaving it up to her to save them both and perhaps find out why they've been cursed to be Fate's puppets along the way.
So, yeah. It's a not-so-classic story.
// alternate synopsis inside //