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Blurb (from Goodreads):
Romance, intrigue, and action collide in this psychic twist on the classic spy novel.
Callie Sinclair is literally out of her mind; as the government’s youngest psychic spy, she finds valuable information for top-secret missions. Her work keeps her headaches at bay, but it means she must lie to everyone she loves, including her longtime boyfriend, Charlie.
When a new psychic arrives at the office, Callie can’t help but flirt; Jasper already knows her in a way Charlie never will.
But as her love life gets more complicated, so do her visions. People halfway around the world seem to be in danger...and people in her own backyard, too. If Callie can’t find a way to alter future events, she could lose the people she loves—and her mind. Literally.
Lauren Sabel’s enthralling, romantic novel captures the thrill of exploring a unique power in a dangerous world.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was a YA paranormal story about a girl who was a psychic spy.
Callie was an okay character, and she clearly didn’t like lying to her mother, she did maybe make some mistakes when it came to using her powers though.
The storyline in this was about Callie being a psychic spy, and trying to figure out what was going on with some lasers. The pace was very slow though, and the book dragged for me.
We did get some romance, but it was in the form of a love triangle.
The ending to this was okay, although I wasn’t very sure about a certain part of the storyline towards the end.
6 out of 10