Corrine and Ada aren't your ordinary teens. Yes, they might be two young girls who love to sing by day, but by night through their unique "magic" they're making the city's elite feel love, despair, hate, and nostalgia like never before. When a job they pulled to keep the Cast Iron, the only home that has ever been theirs, goes wrong, every agent wants to be the one to throw the pair of notorious criminals into the Haversham Asylum. I found it amazing how strong Corrine and Aida's bonds of sisterhood went, and even though Gabriel and Saint's stories were tragic Ada and Corrine were definitely the stars. Through every corner of this book you will find a new twist or turn, and the irony of the betrayals is unforgettable. Destiny Soria's book will keep you on your toes, while Ada and Corrine face countless betrayal, losses, and encounters of love. This book is highly recommended for fans of strong female leads, friendships, and sisterhood. -- Tej

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