He knows her darkest secrets, sees into her dreams. Math class will never be the same.
Reality is overrated. For shy, socially awkward Ellie, her dreamlife is what really matters. In dreams, she can hang out with Gabe, her lifelong best friend and secret crush. Sure, Ellie knows it’s kinda weird to have a friend no one else can see, but since her real-world friends currently number one, even an imaginary friend will improve her social life. Even better, since he isn’t real, she can tell dream-guy-Gabe anything, without ever worrying that he’ll ditch her for someone cooler or embarrass her by blabbing her secrets. And so what if she happens to have an itsy-bitsy crush on her reality-challenged friend? Who’s it hurting, really?
But things are about to get complicated, because there’s a new guy at school—a guy with hauntingly familiar eyes. A guy who knows things about Ellie that he couldn’t possibly know. In a heartbeat, she’s dealing with an imaginary relationship that maybe isn’t so imaginary, a dreamguy who won’t stay in dreams where he belongs, and the unsettling realization that she may not be as ordinary, or as invisible, as she’s always believed.