Visions by Kimberly Readnour

The Mystical Encounter Series #1

Gifted or cursed? A yearning to be normal. And an unsolved murder refusing to be ignored. This is where the mysteries begin...

Heather Reiner is not your typical teenager. Her abilities reach far beyond the norm, and she’s just beginning to discover the possibilities.
Growing up different from her peers has not been easy. Ridiculed by classmates, Heather moves to another state, but soon realizes she can’t run from a problem that begins within.
A guy from her new school, Barry, is captivated the first time he sees her. Determined to know her better, he learns her layers of complication run deep. With persistence, he chips away at her shield until each protective layer starts unveiling itself.
Heather wants a chance to be normal, but secrets never stay hidden forever. They reveal themselves when least expected.
Is normalcy obtainable, or will the mystery about herself be discovered? And if discovered, will Barry be like everyone else and turn away?
Visions is book one of a young adult mystery thriller trilogy.

It's been a while since the last time I've read a mystery book. It's not a part of my favorites genres to read, but once in a while I get the urge to read something different and I'm glad that I gave this book a chance.

Heather is a girl that often wished she could be just a normal girl like the rest, but her visions takes that away from her and when she moves to a new and smaller town, she's afraid that it's just a matter of time before everything that happenes in her old city, happens again in their new home.

I guess I understand a lot about Heather's way of avoiding people. I don't have visions but I often am wary of sharing my inner thoughts with someone, so Heather reluctance in trying to make friends is more than understandable to me. Of course that Barry makes it very easy for Heather to open herself up.

I like how the romance is cute and doesn't take the main seat in the book plot. I like that Barry isn't just understanding of Heather but also eager and helpfull to make Heather use her gift and not fearing it.

I particulary like how the mystery unveils itself, it makes me anxious to read as fast and as much as I can and at the same time makes me want to slow down to enjoy it better.

Some people may think the romance seems to develop too fast, but I think the pace is good enough for me and seems to fit the book just fine. I like how the romance develops and the friendships helps with the mystery of the book.

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