Kami and Jared were childhood imaginary friends then they met in real life. Jarod was one of the Lynburns who had returned to Sorry-in-the-Vale with his family. With their return weird things began happening within the town and surrounding areas.Ok first what I did like about it. The characters Kami, Holly, Angela, and Rusty. I loved the humor and how one liners would pop out without being expected. I liked how the author was able to explain how the characters had certain abilities. One example is Kami's abilities with self defense.One of my biggest problems was the inconsistencies. The two main characters had been communicating with each other telepathically their entire lives. They knew what the other person thought and felt. At one point Kami actually says, "He had been so safe in her head, her constant companion. Now he had come crashing into her life, a stranger with his own life separate from hers whose emotions were all tied up with hers, someone who she barely knew and who sometimes seemed cruel." (115) Really don't think Jared could be considered a stranger even if they had just barely met face to face.I also had a problem with the flexibility of the relationships. Kami's best friend randomly stopped talking to her. Kami's father got upset when he found a boy in her room, but then he didn't do anything beyond saying he was upset. Kami's mother barely talked to her, she spent all her time at work and the one time she was with her family she only paid attention to Kami's little brother. Kami found the character Ash creepy, but then she was willing to kiss him. Kami and Jared ran hot and cold to each other through the entire book. I absolutely love the cover of this book. I realize you are not supposed to judge a book by the cover, but I think I did. Also I think I should point out that most of the reviews were positive. I really really wanted to like this book. I just couldn't quite get there.