When Aspen attacks the mysterious figure who's been coming to her house in the early morning hours, she's shocked to find that it's the paper boy--a paper boy who she starts to see more and more of. There's something different about him that she can't place, though, and the greater the mystery gets, the greater the danger becomes, and the hotter their passion becomes... More
Late night reading started it all. Her third week of living in a new town, Aspen notices strange sounds, flashing lights, and a dark figure. The saying “curiosity killed the cat” never fit better. Determined to figure out who is terrorizing her new home, she conspires a plan.
She’s shocked when she sees the tall, dark…paper boy? Cage is quiet, baffling, and everything Aspen finds intriguing. Living the life of a boring homeschooled girl, Aspen realizes that Cage might be her only friend and only source of excitement.
Except Cage doesn’t want to be her friend—and soon she realizes why. His family is completely nuts, his best friend is indescribable, and sometimes she swears she sees horns growing out of his head. If that isn’t enough, she’s pretty sure he can read her mind. As Aspen is drawn deeper into his life, strange things start to happen, and feelings she never knew she could feel begin to take over her.