*I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review *
This is the first book that I have read from Kimberly Readnour and I have to say that I was very impressed! I felt so bad for Heather at the start of this book at how rejected she was for having such a useful gift. Once she got involved in a very heart wrenching situation, she showed her strength. The book as a whole was awesome and all the characters were well rounded. I can't wait to find out what happens in the next one!!
Book Synopsis from Amazon:
Heather Reiner is not your typical teenager. Her abilities reach far beyond the norm, and she’s just beginning to discover the possibilities.
Growing up different from her peers has not been easy. Ridiculed by classmates, Heather moves to another state, but soon realizes she can’t run from a problem that begins within.
A guy from her new school, Barry, is captivated the first time he sees her. Determined to know her better, he learns her layers of complication run deep. With persistence, he chips away at her shield until each protective layer starts unveiling itself.
Heather wants a chance to be normal, but secrets never stay hidden forever. They reveal themselves when least expected. Is normalcy obtainable, or will the mystery about herself be discovered? And if discovered, will Barry be like everyone else and turn away?
Visions is book one of a young adult mystery thriller trilogy.
Kimberly Readnour from Amazon:
I have always enjoyed reading books, but within the last five years discovered my passion for writing. Ever since childhood, I imagined writing a novel, but never took the time to pick up a pen. Oops, showing my age... I mean laptop. When my daughter reached her teenage years, I found my reason to start composing those stories.
I worked for fifteen years as a Registered Nurse before hanging-up my stethoscope. Now, I run my own business while continuing to write during any downtime.
I'm blessed with a wonderful husband and two children. The dynamics in our household changed when my oldest left for college, but I can't say it was bad. Different, but definitely not bad. Each stage of life has been amazing, as to which I'm truly grateful.