Title: Forever Sixteen
Author: JS Wilsoncroft
Source: eARC from author for review
Breanna Luzier isn't your average teenager. She loves wearing poodle skirts, saddle shoes and listening to her old Elvis Presley records. On the week of her sixteenth birthday, strange things start to happen. Her hair grows remarkably fast, her skin turns pale white, but the strangest thing of all, is waking up and finding blood on her face and clothes.
When Dillon Haney walks into Breanna's school looking like James Dean's twin brother, complete with greased slicked back hair and vintage varsity jacket, she is immediately drawn to him. But there's something about this pale faced boy she can't shake. She knows she's seen him before, in another time and place.
Then things really get strange. People in town start mysteriously dying, and Breanna can't help but wonder if she has something to do with it.
My quick take...
Preferring poodle skirts to the latest fashion and Dean Martin to Twenty One Pilots, Breanna is the school freak. But she cannot help the way she feels, the clothes she wants to wear or the music she loves to listen to. This is how it has always been for her. But when Dillon Haney shows up, her world is sent into a tail spin and nothing is ever the same. Ever.
This quick read had my attention long after it was done. I kept replaying scenes and needing more from some of the other characters. I kept wanting to pick the book back up and read some more, only to realize I had finished it. Yes, definite sad face moment. But don’t you love when a good book does that to you? I have always enjoyed Wilsoncroft's reads and this one is no different. Don’t take my word for it, pick it up today!! 5 Stars!