Lizzie Davenport has been reincarnated from Regency Era, England … but she doesn’t know it yet.
Then Drew Carmichael transfers into Lizzie’s high school, and she feels a connection to him, almost like she knows him. She can’t stop thinking about him, but whenever she tries talking with him about the mysteries behind her feelings, he makes it clear that he wants nothing to do with her. Reaching him is even more difficult because she has a boyfriend, Jeremy, who has started to become full of himself after being elected co-captain of the varsity soccer team, and her flirtatious best friend Chelsea starts dating Drew soon after his arrival. So why can’t she get him out of her mind?
Even though Lizzie knows she should let go of her fascination with Drew, fighting fate isn’t going to be easy.
First off, the cover is very fabulous. The characters are okay and befitting the story. The plot is very unique to me therefore interesting. However, the story didn’t pay off as much as the prettiness of the things I just mentioned.
Author Michelle sure has a great style of defining and creating identities of the characters. She can make characters appear douche one second then charming and lovable next. Just a little polishing will be needed for her method and the next books will surely be better.
About the story… it actually took me weeks before I finished it. It didn’t have the forget-sleep factor that I anticipated. It does have some interesting turning points but not enough to make one remember it for a long time.
It’s also missing the element of excite for its sequel. But I still think I’ll read it coz I really like Chelsea.