When Elora starts being followed everywhere she goes, she assumes it's paranoia, after all, if you can't see it, it can't be real...can it? Things grow increasingly weird in Elora's world; the sound of wings, footsteps and physical attacks with no one in sight. Could she be losing her mind?
When an attractive stranger saves her from her assailant, she can't help but think he might be in on it.
Who can she trust when she doesn't even feel able to trust herself.
I really enjoyed the storyline and characters in this book. It was a really long and detailed book, but very well written. It was somewhat repetitive in spots and I just wanted them to get on with whatever was going to happen, but that's what kept me reading.
I will read the next book when it's available.