Nicole Janicek has survived being shot, but can she overcome the blues of her early 20s?
Nearly four years after foiling a shooting plot at her high school and saving countless lives, Nikki begins a short-lived internship as a newspaper reporter; gets hired as a flak by an organization whose leadership consists of people labeled troublemakers by the Church of Scientology; confronts the source of her nightmares, Thomas Lee Harvey; puts her long-term relationship with Derek Schobell to the test; learns a disturbing secret from her friend, Adam Upton, and considers a high-risk offer to leave the planet forever.
Can this former teenage hero and trailblazer rescue herself from the consequences of her own decisions? Or does every path in front of her lead to trouble?
The second book in the Nikki series begins when Nikki and her boyfriend are now living together for the summer, and Nikki has just been hired as an intern for a newspaper. Nikki isn't sure things with Derek will work out, and she's unsure what is in store for her, but when she has to interview a new "church" her world gets turned upside down.
Nikki turns to the Bridge for help when they offer her a new job, and she's thinking of taking it, but sometimes things aren't always what they seem.
This book was not as good as the first one. I mean it was okay, but not great.
The plot line was okay, but it just sort of felt kind of out of left field. Then I really can not stand Nikki's choice in men. She keeps picking the "wrong" ones in my opinion.
Then I really just didn't get the whole bad guys in this one. And the end was a major cliffhanger, and beyond frustrating.