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Blurb (from Goodreads):
Five extraordinary sisters discover that they each have a unique talent, an extra-sensory perception that enables them to see what others can't. It makes them incredible, it puts them in danger, and it brings them closer to learning the secrets that have haunted them their entire lives. These are the Delta Girls.
Sassy Sasha is having an online interlude with a secret admirer. She’s convinced it’s the gorgeous Taylor Petrenko behind the romantic emails.
There’s little time for love, though. As new developments come to light around their father’s disappearance, the Delta Girls start to question just how well they knew their father. The sisters experience increasingly detailed and troubling sensory predictions that bring fear and uncertainty, weighing them down with the responsibility toward helping those in danger.
Sasha distracts herself with the excitement of newfound romance, refusing to partake in further analysis of the visions. When her sisters cover for her so she can sneak out for a date, her sense of scent becomes heightened and awakens the memory of a vision she shared with her sisters. Sasha realizes a moment too late that she is in danger, and must gather all of her strength if she is to save her own life.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was an okay paranormal story, but Sasha seemed to spend most of her time chasing boys!
"Oh wow, an actual proper date!"
Sasha seemed to have so many boys on the go in this book, with Taylor, Jordan, Alex and a mystery guy all hot for her! She also came across as a little full of herself; totally sure that her blog would become super-popular, and that her home-made body products would take off and make her a lot of money – if only it was that simple!
The storyline in this was about finding out a little bit more about what happened to the girls’ father, and Sasha’s new year’s resolutions, as well as boys, boys, and more boys! This girl seemed to get a lot of male attention without actually having a serious boyfriend, and she made some serious errors in judgment when it came to her secret admirer too. I really hope that real sixteen-year-olds don’t make similar errors as they could prove fatal.
The ending to this was of course a cliff-hanger!
6 out of 10