Thanks to Adam, the ley lines in Henrietta are awake and alive. But Adam isn’t the same anymore, and neither are his friends. Especially Ronan, who is falling deeper and deeper into his dreams. Slowly, he learns what it means to be somebody like him, like his father—what he can do in his dreams, what he can bring . . .
Blue Sargent is not a psychic like the rest of the women in her family, so when she sees a boy on St. Mark’s Eve on the church road, it can mean two things: either this boy is Blue’s true love, or she's the one who will inevitably kill him. But Blue has been told since birth that her kiss will be the thing that kills her true love, so could . . .