Blue lives in a household of women. These women are her family and she differs from them in one important way: they are all psychic, she is not. When a strange vision introduces her to a boy she's never seen before, she's more than a little disappointed when she realizes he's one of them: a Raven Boy. A prep-school rich kid and she despises prep school rich kids. Right? Except, she soon realizes that things are not so much what they seem and this prep-school boy and his three friends have found their way into something far bigger than Blue could have imagined.
I liked this. I liked it a lot. It was not what I expected. It took me to strange and paranormal places where the soon-to-be-dead or already-dead can speak, where women can see pieces of the future and where a secret energy is powerful enough to change everything. I liked Blue's relationship with these boys, her own issues felt real and those boys are deep and conflicted characters, almost to the point of frustration as a reader. But I believed it, the solid writing and twinkle of future romance hooked me. I've already requested the next one from my library.