When Samantha Ruiz turns invisible in front of team mates on a rafting trip, she knows something's wrong with her. According to her knowledgeable friend Will, she's got a rare genetic disorder. Fearing a lifetime sentence as a lab-rat, Sam wants to keep her ability secret. But she also wants to know if there's a connection between dark Nazi experiments on others like her and her own mother's death eight years earlier. At the same time that Sam is sleuthing, she's falling hard for Will. And soon, she'll have to choose between keeping her secrets hidden and keeping Will safe.
Pretty good read. The author kept the story moving at a good pace without getting bogged down in superfluous filler dialog or details not relevant to the overall story, like many authors do.55
Great story. Samantha realizes she can turn invisible, but how? and why? And who is after her because of it? This is what appears to be a great trilogy, which actually becomes a series of SEVEN books that just gets better as it goes on, by Cidney Swanson (author of the AWESOME Saving Mars series). Just so you know, this series is a bit more of a fantasy / romance novel than the Saving Mars series (which is more sci-fi with only a tiny bit of romance). It's great to follow along with Samantha and Will as she learns and explores more about her power(s).55
I had to take the time to say how much I didn't like the book. It was so boring! It moved so slowly, there was barely a climax, and then they never even got together as a couple even though they wanted to... I mean, the climax took about 10 seconds to read and then the book was like over. Honestly, I do not recommend this book.15
This is a fantastic start to a fantastic series! This one is one of my favorites of all time!55
The start is abrupt but by the end I was loving it. Loved the journal entries and how it came into the story.45