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The heroine of the novel lives in a world where every named male (and a few unnamed) who isn't in the service industry is attracted to her, related to her, gay, or some combination of the above. Every woman hates her because all the men are attracted to her, or is related to her/one of the men in some way.
There is a magical mystical fated attraction, and when our heroine questions it, she is told not to worry, the male leads would be stalking her even if fate wasn't involved. When she questions these men, the magic, the situation.. she is told that she can't be told and just to trust that she can't be told. Oh, right.. okay. We are finally given a reason in the last 10% of the book, but she was fine up until that point. Have a stalker? Kill a guy? Have to move? Assume a new identity? Get a new name? No one will tell you what is going on? No problem.
Our heroine has not one but two of the most rare magical powers. She has not one magical fated partner, but four. She is stunningly beautiful. She is brave and intelligent (?). She has an incredible talent for art. She has musical talents she didn't know she had. He male leads are the most popular kids and men. The bad guy wants her out of jealousy. Everyone has to tell her she is amazing, pretty, a miracle as apparently all of the above wasn't a clue.
In the end, we still don't know exactly why she still can't be told anything. We don't know why our girl has to hide her fate from her own people. We don't know why the leader of the people is a danger to her. We don't know what these people even do. We don't know who the stalker is, and he certainly hasn't been stopped. We don't know how these magic powers can be used.
What do we know? Our heroine is hot, and the four most attractive men around want her and only her, no worries!
The twist of the messenger was an added layer into this story. I am anxious to find out more about him and his motives and desires.
I don't usually enjoy or recommend YA books, but this series is definitely the exception to my rule. Jane is a fantastic writer, and I definitely recommend this book.
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