This is book two of the series that started with the book I just reviewed. Rorie was hurt by the Ripper, and her newly-acquired skill attracts attention.
This one was slower. Rorie's skill has gotten even MORE special after the last book's classic villain-explains-it-all scene, which caused this variation. Rorie deals with injuries, being weird, and flunking school. There is a HUGE cliffhanger, which is way too typical of YA these days. There's also an improbable rescue scene that always happens, and.....other stuff.
I'd give it a three, because there was nothing wrong with it, buuuuut I kept hoping for more. The cliffhanger? I'm beginning to hate those.