"You aren't human," I whispered, stepping back.
"That's the thing about you humans," Trey said, "You ridicule each other for no reason. And tell me, Nora, what exactly is it that makes someone human?";
All Nora Miller has ever known is tragedy. Her mother dying when she was a child, her uncle getting into a car accident, and just lately her sister dying on her way back from picking Nora up. It's bad enough blaming yourself for your sisters death, especially when you were in the car, but when you get uprooted from your comfy small town to the big city of New York, it becomes a whole different story.
Settling in is easy, it's making friends and starting a new school that's the problem. Until Nora meets Trey Foster, a strange, striking blue eyed boy with the six sense of knowing exactly what someone is going to say.
As Nora starts to get to know Trey she realizes that maybe he isn't exactly who he claimed to be. And when she catches him outside her bedroom window one night, she starts to grow curious on who Trey Foster really is.
When Nora catches Trey talking to a group of strange men she finds herself caught up in a chaotic mess with Trey and the men. A mess that is far more sinister and. . . paranormal then she could have ever imagined.