by Aileen Erin
Tessa has always been the "freak" of the family. She inherited her grandmother's strange ability to read the history of anything and anyone she touches. Touch a shirt and she knows it came from a sweat shop; she can even feel the heat and smell the sweat from when it was made. Touch a person and she knows their most intimate secrets.
She wants none of this. She wears gloves and keeps her distance to avoid getting any information she doesn't want.
When her family moves from Los Angeles to a small town in Texas, Tessa hopes that she can at least pretend to be normal again. Maybe she could even make a friend.
What she doesn't count on is the gorgeous guy who, with one kiss gone terribly wrong, has changed her freakishness forever.
Now she has a whole new world of problems and they are just getting worse.
Final thoughts: A bit messy, but it drew me in. It felt disorganized at points with things being added in last minute to explain things that were going to happen in the next chapter. There was also the issue of no one talking to Tessa to really explain what was going on. It made her seem a bit whiny at times as she begged for explanations, but it also made sense for her to be that way. Decent read and I'm going to try the next one to see if the series is worth it.