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By Jan on 08-16-15
Which will come first: a date, a transplant, or ?
Born with a heart defect, burdened with heart surgery at an early age, an additional heart disease and all the doctor/hospital visits, Ana has never been able to 'fit in'. Now Ana, her sister, and mother move to Idaho to live near her mother's sister in the house their parents once lived in, and the new job with health insurance that the aunt had secured for the mom. This means the agony of trying to remain invisible in a new school in the middle of her senior year, and her heart condition is becoming more noticeable to any observant others. The most important non-family person to notice is fellow senior, Chance. There is mutual attraction as well as each of them keeping a secret from the other. Going further into the plot would bring on the spoilers. The author does an excellent job of portraying a young person with a visible chronic illness and also the way that a balanced, caring family can be supportive of the individual's needs while coping the best that they can. Chance is a young man with a caring family and an unusual secret. The plot is sound, and all moves along smoothly. This is a love story, and it has many suspenseful times, and you already know that it is a shapeshifter tale.
Carly Robins gives a remarkable performance as Ana and does a pretty good job on the rest of the characters as well. She gives depth and life to each of them.
I was able to purchase as Whispersync for less than $3 courtesy of Book Gorilla.
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