Destiny has a way of catching up.
Saddled with powers she doesn’t understand, Etta Fleming’s world is turned upside-down the day she meets Cooper Everett, the man who transports her to an alternate reality. A reality she was meant to be a part of.
One minute, she’s an orphan living at Dominion House for Girls, an institution for delinquent foster kids, then finds herself attending the exclusive Dominion Hall Academy.
Plucked from the only world she’s ever known, Etta now has to deal with an aunt she never knew, a boyfriend she doesn’t know, and a best friend who can’t know.
Etta has always had experiences she realised she had caused by not sure how they have happened. After years of moving about between foster homes she is finally send to the Dominion House for Girls where she is reunited with an old friend, Jamie. It is on a rare trip out with her she meets Cooper. However Jamie has concerns about Etta talking to this strange boy which turns out to be right when she get into the car with him and he reveals he wants to take her back to her rightful world.
In this new world Etta has to get use to the strange similarities to her old life. Jamie is still in her life and she finally has family. It isn’t all as lovely as it seems though. She has feelings for Cooper but she feels he his hiding something and she also has the task of trying to find out what happened to her father. However all these questions are answered after an eventful sleep over with Jamie.
I struggled to enjoy this book. It has some potential and I am sure plenty of people may enjoy it but I found it lacking in pace. I also felt it was quite girly, talking about boys quite a lot but it is good that a topic such as parallel world travel can be written about in a way that is not just science fiction dominated by could be enjoyed by people who like more light hearted books.