To be up front this book not only confused from the very beginning but was slow. It took a while before I started to get into it. I found myself backtracking trying to figure out what I miss. But alas I kept going and it wasn't bad after all.After Finn arrives everything goes south. Teagan is bombarded with trying to save the only family she has left and is fighting with everything that she has... She see's things that she is not suppose to see. With her father missing, it is up to her to bring him back...Finn is no ordinary guy. He strong yet cunning. He reminds me of Maguyver. Always fixing things with duct tape and very smart. He was a great character that I adored. Aiden, Teagan's brother was a breathe of fresh air. He would either say something shocking or something funny. He always had me on my tiptoes.The love interest in the book was one that I enjoyed. Right away Finn was hitting on Teagan and at first all I could think was how conceded the guy was. He was so confidant in his skills that he knew he could get Tea. But little did he know that Tea was special. She was head-strong and knew where she was going. I love that.The folklore was interesting in this book. The more I read that more I learn. Which is why I love to read these types of books. You always learn something new. If you love folklore then I recommend you pick up this book. There was some cursing in the book.