Abby has always wanted to go away somewhere for the summer. But, not to Seacliffe, a town in Massachusetts. Abby and her parents move into an old house there that her parents will remodel to sell.
But Abby isn't happy being there. As much as she wanted to get away, she'd much rather be back in New York.
The summer turns out not to be as boring as Abby thought it would be. In fact, a lot of unbelievable things happen.
Abby finds out that time traveling is real, and somehow she has to help save the teenage girl that lived in her house 300 years ago.
The story was interesting. But, for most of the book I had a hard time connecting with the main character. It's not that she was a bad character, but I guess you could say she was immature. And I honestly couldn't stand her parents.
The book did get better though. And the last 100 pages or so, it seemed that Abby wasn't so immature anymore. She became a better character that I did begin to connect with somewhat.
I enjoyed the story and how it was history mixed with time traveling. Not a great book, but it turned out to be better than I originally thought it would