Tatum has just graduated from high school, lives at home and works at her dads popular bistro. Her boyfriend, Dallin, is perfect and is pretty convinced she hung the sun. With her great life and awesome friends, life cant get any better. Until Lance walks onto the scene. As handsome as he is mysterious, Lance and Tatum seem to share an unexplainable connection that Tatum tries to ignore; everything in her life is going so perfect, she doesnt want to risk ruining anything. Until Lance tells her that their history together goes back further than the day he walked into the restaurant. Once the truth unfolds, Tatums mysterious dreams start to make sense, and an evil, thought to have been left in the past, is closer than she thought. Tatum must figure out which life she wants to live and which man she wants to love, before its too late.
My take: The paranormal genre is really hot right now in YA, and growing in that vein are the plotlines of past lives and seeking out your one true love in each life (the Fallen series is a popular such trilogy). While this is a popular theme, I think that this book could have been a bit smoother and more put-together in some places.
My rating: A strong PG-13 for multiple closed-door sex scenes.