Daphne is the new girl in town and is having trouble fitting in. At least she has Jesse--sort of. He wants to be more than "just friends," but there's something he's not telling her about his past. Something dangerous.
The Predicteds has a beautiful cover and this made me hold a lot of expectations for it. I guess I can say that it was alright. I couldn't find anything special about it that made it awesome. The concept is awesome and someone could really do it justice, but this book was not it. None of the characters were very deep and the story just didn't seem well thought out. I thought the whole point of the book was tell you how you shouldn't let labels predict your life. Predicted, in the book, is a bad thing and means that you are predicted to commit a crime in your life. When the results get out, everyone avoids the Predicteds. Sure Daphne loves Jesse despite his title, but the way she makes a big deal out it makes it seem like she thinks she is doing him a favor.