I really enjoyed reading this book, it was the first from this author for me. Check out this blurb!
Sidney Sinclair was living the dream of any eighteen year-old girl…
A handsome rock star boyfriend, a closet full of designer clothes, a limousine service at her beck and call, and a mansion in the hills of Los Angeles.
Even with all that glamour and excitement at her fingertips, she still feels as if she’s been missing something in her life so she decides to leave.
While trying her best to put her dysfunctional romantic relationship aside and tend to her beloved Granny, Sidney unexpectedly stumbles upon an intriguing emerald pendant boxed away in her grandmother’s closet.
Soon she learns it once belonged to her long-lost mother who committed suicide when she was just a baby. Suddenly feeling emotionally connected to the woman who had birthed her, Sidney begins to wear the necklace.
This sends her on a whirlwind journey that alternates between fantasy and reality…
Almost immediately, she starts having dreams linked to the mysterious pendant. As danger begins to seep into her life, Sidney refuses to remove the necklace and instead documents each dream to help her further understand them. However, she soon begins to wonder if they are dreams meant to bond her to a mother whom she never knew?
Or a subconscious warning that threatens her very life?
Ok, let me start this by saying from the very beginning I CAN’T STAND Ray, I can’t stand him. He is self-centered, mean and just a complete asshat. I know Sid loves him and all that but ugh, I just wanted to flip him off through out the whole book.
She follows him to Hollywood only to have to come back home because her granny gets sick. Instead of waiting for her or supporting her, he cheats. UGHHHH!
While she is taking care of her grandmother she cleans out the closet and stumbles on a necklace with an emerald, the same one that her mother was wearing in one of the only pictures that she had. After she starts wearing the necklace she begins to have strange dreams.
Now here is where I get confused, Adrian now enters the picture but I can’t tell if he is real or if he is a ghost or something like that. First he conveniently disappears when Sid sends him a drink, then her truck ends up home when she didn’t drive it. Also there are some religious aspects to the book which kind of makes me think that Adrian is the devil.
It does end on a cliffhanger so if you don’t like those make sure you pick up the whole series!
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