Most mothers pass on to their daughters denim blue eyes or thick brown hair, but the Scarborough women pass on the family curse: teenage pregnancy, insanity and enslavement to a demon lover. Raped on her prom night, Lucy is in a race against the clock to break the curse, a mission: Impossible. Despite magical elements, this fast-paced and engrossing novel reads like realistic fiction and suspense.
(Yes, the plot sounds bizarre, and it is. But then you read it, and it's awesome! To break the curse she has to complete three "impossible" tasks as outlined in the song Scarborough Fair. How cool is that? Seriously.)