Jenny Kramer isn’t normal. When she touches someone she can see their past lives. When she makes friends with Ben, the new boy in town, they find a music box with instructions for memorization and find a connection between their past lives.
Jenny has been dreaming about her past life and that includes a boy name Nikolai. When he shows up next door, Jenny has to face a reality that not only explains her past life, but her mother’s life as well.
I like time travel and it is something that a lot of authors attempt at and they don’t do a very good job. This is one of those times.
This was a boring read. Jenny had no real life to her which was weird considering that she was an artist. She wasn’t very lively and considering the fact that she wears gloves, I didn’t understand why she was so much of a loner.
I was confused about her because I didn’t believe her.
The story took too long to get to the meat of it and when the meat came it didn’t deliver. The romance was lackluster. I am not even sure what the author was going for with Jenny falling for a guy she dream of twice?
However, I think that the story did have potential but the author really didn’t know how to use it.
Yes, this is a really short review but overall the story gets 2 Pickles. 2 because the author tried but it didn’t work.