Florida resident Rebecca Blake works as an assistant to a group of psychologists. She is strikingly beautiful and athletic. People see her as a nice, likable girl who is fine in her role but who could never really aspire to more at the company. Rebecca is told in her performance review that in order to get promoted, she is going to have to work on her credibility. As part of her career development plan, she is sent to a behavioral training course (nicknamed "Club Detention") at company headquarters in Virginia.
Stephanie Starr thinks her senior year of high school is going to be like every other: an ordinary kind of awful, stuck between a group of mean girls and her mother's overprotective mania. Everything changes when gorgeous Haley Smith walks into her life. She doesn't understand why he wants her so badly, and pushes him away. But Haley won't give up. He can't give up. There's a shadow running through his blood, tied to a curse in hers, and time is running out for them both.
I'd always wanted to leave small town Illinois, I just didn't know I'd leave it for the stars. I needed to get into Columbia College. I'd do anything to get in. With no other choice, I had my dad help me get an internship at Circe Operations Center. Only it's not an ordinary operations center. Getting attacked on my first day on the job wasn't exactly stellar, but staring into the eyes of the dark-eyed boy who saved me made me re-think every single thought I'd ever had.
There's no way Taryn's taking Blake's place as president of the student body. As soon as the memorial for him and six of their friends is over, she's resigning as VP. Really. Except people say the fire was no accident. (She says it's way too easy to blame someone who's dead.) When Taryn reads the writing on the wall, literally, the bathroom wall, she knows what it means. To get to the truth she has to come out from under her paisley comforter.