It Runs In Her Veins
Ava Riordan is adopted, but she doesn't care. She loves her parents and her siblings, what she hates is the fact that they have to move around due to her father's job. But when she arrives in Washington and starts a new school again, she finds herself drawn to a group of people. One in particular, Finn Campbell, catches her attention and she feels drawn to him, but she doesn't know why. Then there's the fact that whenever she gets angry or desperate, she blacks out. As in darkness, with no memory of anything that happened within that time. But when she meets Finn and his group of friends, things start to click into place, does this mean that Finn can help her find out why she blacks out and what happens during these moments?