The author's writing style is still the same, but I do feel that she has grown since her first book.
This story was full of action because Tianna is almost always on the run. She wakes up one morning in an unfamiliar place and realizes she's lost her memory. As she puzzles through her missing sense of self, she finds out she is telekinetic.
What frustrated me the most with this book was how quickly Tianna would change her mind. At one second she's feeling trapped and she feels an urgency to accomplish some task or to run. In the next second she's all sultry and into a guy. I hate that this make it seem that guys are the most important things in a girl's life. This isn't very different from Ewing's previous books though.
Also, while Tianna's confidence in her self is admirable, she acts kind of slutty. I found this confidence pretty weird considering she's never been kissed. That just doesn't make all that much sense.
The problems with this book were not often however, so it didn't annoy me all that much. I am enjoying this trip down memory lane.