Turning sixteen can be
hell, especially if everyone in town thinks your mother killed herself
and your sister. All Kira Callahan wants to do is swim, hang out with
her best friend, Sean, and ignore the kids who torment her at school.
That is, until one day when she gets invited to a party. For three
minutes her life is wonderful — she even kisses Sean. Then somebody spikes
her drink and some girls from out of town lure her into the ocean and
hold her underwater.
Kira soon discovers that the group of wild teenagers who have come to visit Crescent Moon Bay are not as innocent as they seem. In fact, nothing is as it seems — not the mysterious deaths of her sister and mother, not her heritage, not even her best friend. And everything seems to hinge on the ancient Celtic legends that her mother used to tell her as a child.