Sloane Sullivan has been in the Witness Security Program for the last six years. Both of her parents are dead. She's being cared for by Agent Mark and she's ready to finish high school in the new place they just arrived at after fleeing yet again. She's supposed to be Sloane Sullivan now and forever. She's supposed to blend in, not get close to anyone, let Mark know if there's anyone around from her past, and she's not supposed to tell a soul about who she really is. But things don't always go as planned.
Interesting concept. The characters were okay. We learn about how Sloane Sullivan came to be in WITSEC through flashbacks here and there. We deal with typical high school drama. There were some twists thrown in that did surprise me. But I found too many things happened conveniently for the story to end up how it did and I just couldn't get past those things to really enjoy the book overall. I also found this to be a bit too long. Not as good as I thought it would be.
Thank you to Netgalley and Harlequin Teen for an ARC.