# of Pages 357
RAC Book: Yes
Katla is having a difficult time adjusting to Minnesota after living in California her entire life. Her parents’ recent divorce is difficult to adjust to as well. When she learns that she is a member of a secret stork society she realizes her return to her mother’s home town may not be accidental after all. Kat is supposed to help babies find their destined mothers through the help of the stork society and her own visions. Meanwhile, she learns she had a traumatic episode involving a local boy, Jack, when she was younger that she blocked out. She feels a strong connection to Jack and does not know if it is because of their near death experience as children or because of her affiliation with the storks. Can she find her place in this new and mysterious town in Minnesota?
The premise behind this story is very intriguing as Katla navigates her skills as a stork, but this aspect of the book is not explored as much as it could and should have been. The majority of the plot focuses on Jack and Kat’s relationship, which has some mystery and intrigue. Readers who enjoy folklore will find their romance interesting, but there are many predictable aspects due to the overwhelming foreshadowing. The ending is exciting, but everything is wrapped up too quickly and some readers might get confused about the plethora of information revealed in the last 20 pages. Fans of the Twilight series would be the target audience for this title.