by Kim HarringtonI held my sandals, and walked barefoot on the warm sand, avoiding areas dense with people.I didn't want to risk seeing any one from school. Word about Perry was probably spreading like an STD.
Probably the easiest read all challenge and really really dull. Clarity is a psychic, she can read objects and see what the person touching it saw. Or something vaguely like that. When there's a murder in her small town she is recruited, very reluctantly, as part of an unofficial investigation team with the police detective's son and the mayor's son. It doesn't make sense to me either. But they're all touching crime scenes and dead bodies and such.
Clarity is written in a annoying manner. Social outcast but the mayor's hot popular son is in love with her, and then the new detective's hot son is interested, and so is the son of the richest family in town. But Clare has no girlfriends, she just hangs out with her brother and his friend Nate...who also seems to have a thing going. It was pretty boring.