Eighteen-year-old Julianne De Marchi is different. As in: she has an electrical undercurrent that stings and surges beneath her skin. She can use it—to spark a fire, maybe even end a life—but she doesn't understand what it is. And she can barely control it, especially when she's anxious. Then she meets Ryan Walsh. She doesn't know he's a soldier working for a secret unit that has her under surveillance. He doesn't know what it is that's making the sparks fly between them. And neither of them knows who caused the explosion that has them trapped in an elevator together. Great writing, heart-burning characters, probing questions about where technology is taking us—and a plot that zips and zings like an electrical current itself.
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