When Cat sees a murderer fleeing the crime scene, she gets swept up in an investigation. More murders occur and Cat starts to fall for Simon, the mysterious investigator who seems to know just how the killer works. This only complicates things. What's more is that Cat is hiding a secret as she posses a power granted by the moon. While this has always made her feel like an outsider, it may just be the one thing that can save her.
What a gorgeous cover right? I wanted to like this book. I really did. The problem was, I was so incredibly bored. This book is long for YA, over 400 pages, and if a book loses my interest in the first 100 pages, then I'm out. I felt so detached from the first murder, so I definitely didn't care about the first victim. I didn't really like Cat either. She came across as whiny and so juvenile (even for YA). The romance between Cat and Simon didn't hold my interest at all because Cat kept acting like a kid with a crush.
Unfortunately, this book just wasn't for me.