Jess is a shadow of her former self, her powers gone, Lightning Girl no more.
But Jess knows her powers aren't the only thing that's gone: she's lost herself, as well.
Starting over in a new town, intent on finding a new life in college, Jess is less than happy when Rob Wilkins, her ex, shows up at her door, begging her to help him find his long lost sister.
But how can Jess, her powers gone, find anyone? Let alone the sister of a man she once loved (and believed, wrongly, loved her back) when she can't even find herself?
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 288 pages
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster
- Publication Date: 14/04/2007
- Category: Romance
- ISBN: 9781416910534
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Review by wyvernfriend
Several years after the events of the last book in this series, this is the story of what happens when Jessica Mastriani has a TV show based on her and goes to Afghanistan for the government. She comes back burnt out and with nightmares, goes to Julliard to play flute and hates it and teaches underprivelidged kids and likes it.Her ex-boyfriend Rob Wilkins (who she hasn't forgiven for kissing a blonde) turns up at her door, begging for help and she decides that she needs to , if only to prove that her talent is dormant or gone and to provide closure for herself. She finds that although things have changed some things have stayed the same. She also finds healing, but not in ways that she really thought she would.I liked it, the characters are more adult and behave in quite adult ways, it's a fun read, light and enjoyable and provides closure for the original series while also providing an opening to continue it.