A mysterious house. An old journal. A dusty chest holding more than secrets.
Each talisman found in the chest grants the chosen a gift, a unique ability. But with that power comes a burden—the duty of The Order.
Something is coming.
And it’s up to The Order to stop it.
Chloe Blake has a unique gift, an odd connection to her house that results in glimpses of the past, present, and future via the picture window in her living room. Unfortunately, it’s a gift that sometimes proves to be more of a curse. Especially when she tries to help out Ethan Reynolds, the gorgeous boy who lives across the street – an endeavor that, for some reason, always seems to backfire. Or leave her covered in mud.
But the house is convinced Ethan’s life is in danger and Chloe’s the only one who can save him. The problem is, he thinks she’s more than a little crazy.
My Review: 4 out of 5 Stars
Window is a wonderful start to TM Franklin’s new series. The plot is well paced and the characters developed. The ending appears as if it is about to tie up all the loose ends but then surprises you with a cliffhanger. While there is a healthy amount of excitement involved, its nothing that will keep you up at night-making it the perfect evening read. I would have liked to get to know aunt Cara a bit more. I look forward to finding out whether the rest of the series reveals more about her as well as Chloe’s mother.