In the first book in the Death's Gift to Sabrina series, the layers of teenybop PDA and gossip are many, but they always are. YA novels aspire to be a hoary high school tradition. I only mention this because there's lots of going-to-school, flirting-with-friends, day-to-day teen stuff that teens will relate to. These locker-friendly scenes might drag for those who find themselves pining for Sabrina's dad instead of her boyfriend. But man, what a respectable and ubercool dad he is! His relationship with Sabrina is inspirational, which makes her benevolence as the heroine all the more believable. But there's more to Sabrina than her admirable nature. Her ability to see the future is what gives this story its specific uniqueness and ties her to the hero, Drew. When his traumatic past catches up to him, only her superhuman quiddity can save them. Sometimes though, you can't stop the inevitable outcome, and Drew's past won't let go. Even as it dangles you from a cliff, awaiting the next book.Note: This is mature adult. No sex, but there are numerous references to sex, including oral sex.