Monday, June 30, 2014

Previously Loved Treasures by Bette Lee Crosby and a Related Giveaway!

Previously Loved Treasures
The Serendipity Series Book Two

Previously Loved Treasures by Bette Lee Crosby
The Serendipity Series Book 2
Paperback and e-book, 280 pages
Published May 5th 2014 by Bent Pine Publishing

In Previously Loved Treasures recently widowed Ida Sweetwater and her granddaughter come together in a heartwarming mystery rich with imagination and magic.

Struggling to make ends meet, Ida turns her home into a boarding house and goes in search of used furniture. This quest leads to the Previously Loved Treasures shop and Peter Pennington, a delightfully strange proprietor who anticipates people’s needs. In addition to bargains, Peter hands out sage advice. When a pocket watch belonging to one of the residents goes missing for a second time he warns of danger - but will Ida’s granddaughter listen and will she heed his advice?

This is a story that resonates with Crosby’s heartwarming albeit quirky characters and the joy of a pay-it-forward philosophy.

My thoughts about Previously Loved Treasures ~~

Okay, right off the bat, I have to say that I absolutely love this cover! It is so beautiful and it draws me in to find out what those previously loved treasures might be.

And then, secondly, I absolutely love Bette and her wonderful books. She writes such beautiful, gentle, and magical stories.

Previously Loved Treasures is just that, a treasure. Ida takes people into her home as a way to keep her house after her husband dies. She had no idea these people would become so important to her and become her family. 
'You just never know how much you're going to miss someone until they're gone. And thenit's too damn late to do a thing about it.'
She also finds out that she has a grown granddaughter that she didn't know about. As they become acquainted, tragedy strikes. What is going to become of the family that bonded under Ida's roof?

I loved the idea of the Previously Loved Treasures shop where Peter knew just what you were looking for, even if you didn't know yourself. And what a wise man he was!
'Ida looked forward to returning to the shop. Although she had only been there once it held a strange fascination, a kind of magic calling her back. It wasn't a fancy store, but stepping inside was like losing yourself in a dream.'
'"What exactly are previously loved treasures?" Peter Pennington pushed the heavy glasses back onto the bridge of his nose. "They're the things you need, things other people no longer need. ... You've got to understand, when people sell previously loved treasures it's not about the money. It's about finding the right home for something they've spent years loving.'"
And then there is the fact that Bette likes to incorporate people shes know into her stories. I am so honored that she wrote me into this wonderful adventure. It was so awesome to see my name in print in a real live book!!
'This wasn't something Ida was jumping into blindly. Five different people had said the same thing. Susan Schleicher was ethical. Susan Schleicher was reliable. If you needed a lawyer, Susan Schleicher was the person you wanted.'
I loved this book even before I got to that part in the book. That was just frosting on the cake!

There are so many great lines in this book and I love to highlight them as I am reading. I want to share a few with you here so you can get an idea of Bette's wonderful writing.
'A whole lot of life falls between good and bad.'
'One day at a time. She would simply have to take it a single day at a time.'
'The thing about love is, the person or thing doesn't have to be perfect for you to love it. It only has to be perfect for you.'
OMG, I could go on and on with amazing words from this book. But I will stop now and you will just have to read it yourself.

Okay, one last great line. And then you really have to get this book and savor all the wonderful lines!
'Love turns strangers into family.'
The first book in the Serendipity Series is The Twelfth Child. I posted my thoughts a few days ago. You can see that post here. These two books can be read as standalones but there is a thread that connects the two of them which makes the stories even more special.

I have a giveaway going on right now for a print copy of The Twelfth Child. Enter via the Rafflecopter below.

Twelfth Child
The Seredipity Series Book One

Trust, love and friendship - Abigail Anne Lannigan searched for these things all her life; now, when she is at the tail end of her years she teams up with a free-spirited young woman, a nobody from nowhere, who suddenly moves in across the street. It’s an unlikely friendship which comes under suspicion when a distant relative, claims embezzlement. One million dollars is missing and only Abigail knows the truth of what happened – but, she’ll never get the chance to tell.

The Twelfth Child, a novel rich with emotion, humor and tenderness, explores the splintered relationships of a Shenandoah Valley family and their willful daughter’s struggle to survive America’s Great Depression and overcome the past.

Read my thoughts about this wonderful book here.

About the author

USA Today Bestselling and Award-winning novelist Bette Lee Crosby brings the wit and wisdom of her Southern Mama to works of fiction--the result is a delightful blend of humor, mystery and romance along with a cast of quirky charters who will steal your heart away.

Born in Detroit and raised in a plethora of states scattered across the South and Northeast, Crosby originally studied art and began her career as a packaging designer. When asked to write a few lines of copy for the back of a pantyhose package, she discovered a love for words that was irrepressible. After years of writing for business, she turned to works of fiction and never looked back. "Storytelling is in my blood," Crosby laughingly admits, "My mom was not a writer, but she was a captivating storyteller, so I find myself using bits and pieces of her voice in most everything I write."

Crosby's work was first recognized in 2006 when she received The National League of American Pen Women Award for a then unpublished manuscript. Since that, she has gone on to win several more awards, including another NLAPW award, Royal Palm Literary Awards, the FPA President's Book Award Gold Medal and Reviewer's Choice Award and Reader's View Southeast Fiction Literary Award.

Her published works to date are: Jubilee's Journey (2013), What Matters Most (2013), The Twelfth Child (2012), Cupid's Christmas (2012), Cracks in the Sidewalk (2011), Spare Change (2011), and Life in the Land of IS (2012). Life in the Land of IS is a memoir written for Lani Deauville, a woman the Guinness Book of Records lists as the world's longest living quadriplegic.

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Book Blast: The Grower's Gift by Vanna Smythe and a Giveaway!

The Spring of 2102 only brought false hope...

Series: Progeny of Time #1

Publication Date: May 15, 2014
Genre: YA Dystopian

The future is bleak in the year 2102. The planet is in chaos and the weather patterns have completely shifted, turning most of the world into an uninhabited wasteland.

The rich and powerful of North America have pulled back into the six remaining megacities, erasing all trace of a central government and leaving millions displaced by the environmental crisis to fend for themselves in the dying world. Sixteen-year-old Maya has a gift, a power she thinks can heal the earth and make it habitable again. A gift that she must learn to harness. The school for the gifted in Neo York is the only place where she can learn to control her power and reach her potential.

Yet the school is not what it seems. Ran by the ruthless head of the city of Neo York, the school’s only objective is to extract the powers of the gifted and then discard them. Only Ty, heir to the city, can keep Maya from being destroyed there.

But Ty has a secret and his loyalty to his family has never wavered. Will his growing love for Maya be strong enough to save them both?

Purchase today on Amazon!

Vanna Smythe is the author of the Anniversary of the Veil fantasy trilogy and The Grower's Gift, the first book in a new YA dystopian series. She has been writing creatively since her early teens, though one could say her creative writing efforts started long before that. While still in kindergarten, she once tore up a library book to make alphabet soup, and has been fascinated with what words can do, the pictures and worlds they can create, ever since.

The Progeny of Time YA Dystopian series was inspired by the bleak future presented in The Hunger Games, the fight between good and evil played out in Harry Potter, and the TV show Heroes, but with a totally unique story and twist. The story is equally fun for teens as well as adults. The second book in the series will be released in Summer 2014.

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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Book Spotlight and a Giveaway! All the Summer Girls by Meg Donohue

All the Summer Girls

All the Summer Girls by Meg Donohue
Paperback and e-book, 264 pages
Published May 21st 2013 by William Morrow Paperbacks

In Philadelphia, good girl Kate is dumped by her fiance the day she learns she is pregnant with his child. In New York City, beautiful stay-at-home mom Vanessa is obsessively searching the Internet for news of an old flame. And in San Francisco, Dani, the aspiring writer who can't seem to put down a book--or a cocktail--long enough to open her laptop, has just been fired... again.

In an effort to regroup, Kate, Vanessa, and Dani retreat to the New Jersey beach town where they once spent their summers. Emboldened by the seductive cadences of the shore, the women being to realize how much their lives, and friendships, have been shaped by the choices they made one fateful night on the beach eight years earlier--and the secrets that only now threaten to surface.

About the author

Meg Donohue is the bestselling author of All the Summer Girls and How to Eat a Cupcake, which was translated into Dutch, German, Italian, Polish, and Spanish. She has an MFA from Columbia University and a BA from Dartmouth College. Born and raised in Philadelphia, she now lives San Francisco with her husband, two young daughters, and dog.

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Isn't this just the perfect read for right now, right in the middle of summer? 

The e-book edition just went on a tremendous sale (only $1.99 at the time I bought it, not sure if it's still that price) so to clear up space on my book shelf, I am offering my print copy for this giveaway! I love my Kindle! 

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Thursday, June 26, 2014

The Twelfth Child by Bette Lee Crosby and a Giveaway!

The Twelfth Child

The Twelfth Child by Better Lee Crosby
Series: The Serendipity Series, Book 1
Paperback and e-book, 252 pages
Published May 17th 2012 by Bent Pine Publishing

Trust, love and friendship - Abigail Anne Lannigan searched for these things all her life; now, when she is at the tail end of her years she teams up with a free-spirited young woman, a nobody from nowhere, who suddenly moves in across the street. It’s an unlikely friendship which comes under suspicion when a distant relative, claims embezzlement. One million dollars is missing and only Abigail knows the truth of what happened – but, she’ll never get the chance to tell.

The Twelfth Child, a novel rich with emotion, humor and tenderness, explores the splintered relationships of a Shenandoah Valley family and their willful daughter’s struggle to survive America’s Great Depression and overcome the past.

My thoughts about The Twelfth Child ~~

Bette's books are always so beautifully written with such great characters that I know when I start one I am going to go on a wonderful journey. The Twelfth Child was no exception. Bette's writes such gentle, flowing words and thoughts that the reader can just sit back, relax and get lost in whatever world she takes us to.

Abigail was born in 1912 and she was thirteen when her mother died. She adored her mother but her father didn't give 'two hoots' about girl babies. As a matter of fact, his world revolved around Abigail's twin brother, William. Abigail's life got a whole lot tougher after their mother dies.
'Courage; it came from the heart of a she-wolf.'
Fast forward seventy years after Abigail and William were born. Destiny comes into Abigail's life and they form an immediate, strong, and loving bond. The Twelfth Child is the story of this beautiful relationship. And the greedy people who want to get their hands on what doesn't belong to them.
'"We've all had special relationships in our life," he said, "relationships that are not according to bloodline, but born of the heart."'
'Mostly we did silly things - like opening three different bottles of wine so we could decide which went better with Frito Lays..'
I love Bette's stories because there is always some magical, mystical, beautiful aspect to the story that just warms my heart. I truly want to believe that these things can happen and that the world is full of good, beautiful people.
'Magic happens inside our heads, people can't see magic.'
And she writes such amazing lines that I highlight half the book as I'm reading. Let me share with you some of the great lines I marked. Sorry for borrowing so many of your words, Bette. These are all just wonderful!
'..but it don't matter how old you get - your mama's always gonna be your mama.'
'"Whoooo,' Gloria clowned, 'that'll be us, two ghosts, sitting on our tombstones worrying about where we're gonna find jobs."'
'..if a person wasn't going to be a writer, the next best thing was to spend every day in a building filled with wonderful stories.'
And now I'll leave you with one final great line. This one made me LOL since I am a librarian!
'"No man can love a woman like me,' she shouted, "I'm a librarian."
About the author

USA Today Bestselling and Award-winning author Bette Lee Crosby is originally from New Jersey, but now makes her home in Southern Florida where she lives with her husband Richard and a feisty Bichon Frise. A highly entertaining public speaker, Bette makes frequent appearances to support the various charities of women’s groups, and schedule permitting, she will join book talks and book club discussion groups.

In 1997 Bette abandoned the fast-paced world of advertising and embarked on a career as a novelist. Her books, often written in a Southern voice, cover a wide spectrum of locales and personalities as they tell tales of courageous women overcoming life’s obstacles. Her novels were first recognized in 2006, when she won the National League of American Pen Women Award for unpublished fiction with What Matters Most. In 2007 she won the National League of American Pen Women’s First Place Fiction Award for her novel Girl Child; and in 2009 her latest novel Cracks in the Sidewalk received the prestigious Royal Palm Literary Award from the Florida Writers Association; and in 2011 it won the FPA President's Book Award Gold Medal. Bette has recently completed a biography of Lani Verner Deauville, the amazing woman listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s longest living quadriplegic. The book is titled "Life in the Land of IS...the Amazing Story of Lani Deauville, the World's Longest Living Quadriplegic."

Before redirecting her talents to works of fiction, Bette enjoyed a noteworthy career in advertising and marketing working in a diversity of industries ranging from financial services to collectibles. She served as Editor-in-Chief for Innovations, a new product development publication, and as Contributing Editor for numerous trade publications including Giftware News, Supermarket News and Packaging Digest.

As the U.S. Marketing Director for the distributor of world famous M.I. Hummel figurines, Bette served as a company spokeswoman and public relations figurehead. Much of her career, however, was spent in the challenging environment of advertising agencies—including a five-year stint as co-owner and Creative Director of the award-winning OTK Advertising Agency.

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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

WWW Wednesdays June 25, 2014

WWW Wednesdays is hosted by Should Be Reading

To play along, just answer the following three questions…

• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

Clicking on the book covers will take you to Goodreads for more information about the books listed below.

What are you currently reading?

The City by Dean Koontz
I haven't read a Koontz book is a long time. What's wrong with me? 

The Dark Witch by Nora Roberts (audio-book)
The Cousins O'Dwyer Trilogy #1
This is another great audio-book with an amazing narrator. 

What did you recently finish reading?

First Friends by Marcia Willett
This was just an okay read, for me. I can't wait to see what the rest of my book group member thought of it.

What do you think you will read next?

The Rose Master by Valentina Cano
I'll be reading this one if I get my review copy.
Otherwise it might be

Stone of Destiny by Laura Howard
I love this series!!

What's on your WWW this week?

Leave me a comment and
I'll stop by to check out your reads.

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Release Day: The Rose Master by Valentina Cano and a Giveaway!

The Rose Master

The Rose Master by Valentina Cano
Published June 2014 by REUTS Publications, LLC

The day Anne Tinning turns seventeen, birds fall from the sky. But that's hardly the most upsetting news. She's being dismissed from the home she's served at since she was a child, and shipped off to become the newly hired parlor maid for a place she's never heard of. And when she sees the run-down, isolated house, she instantly knows why:

There's something wrong with Rosewood Manor.

Staffed with only three other servants, all gripped by icy silence and inexplicable bruises, and inhabited by a young master who is as cold as the place itself, the house is shrouded in neglect and thick with fear. Her questions are met with hushed whispers, and she soon finds herself alone in the empty halls, left to tidy and clean rooms no one visits.

As the feeling of being watched grows, she begins to realize there is something else in the house with them--some creature that stalks the frozen halls and claws at her door. A creature that seems intent on harming her.

When a fire leaves Anne trapped in the manor with its Master, she finally demands to know why. But as she forces the truth about what haunts the grounds from Lord Grey, she learns secrets she isn't prepared for. The creature is very real, and she's the only one who can help him stop it.

Now, Anne must either risk her life for the young man she's grown to admire, or abandon her post while she still can.

About the author

Valentina Cano is a student of classical singing who spends whatever free time she has either reading or writing. She also watches over a veritable army of pets, including her five, very spoiled, snakes. Her works have appeared in numerous publications and her poetry has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Web. She lives in Miami, Florida.

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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Book Spotlight and a Giveaway! My Fake Summer Boyfriend by Ann Herrick

My Fake Summer Boyfriend

My Fake Summer Boyfriend by Ann Herrick
Genre: Young Adult/Teen
ebook, 107 pages
Published May 13th 2014 by Books We Love, Ltd.

Sun, surf, sand and Alex--Katie was swept away!

Katie eagerly agrees to pretend she is Alex's girlfriend for the summer in order to protect his job. Amid sundrenched waves, they develop a friendship that is on the verge of turning romantic, when who should arrive but Nicole, Alex's old girlfriend. In three days, Nicole ruins Katie's relationship with Alex. So Katie gets involved with Logan, Nicole's handsome older brother, though Alex is the one for her.

Soon enough Katie learns that fake romances can get out of hand and lead to complications she never imagined.

About the author

Ann Herrick is the author of several books and short stories for kids and teens. Her books have won several awards, such as the ALA Recommended Book for Reluctant Readers award and an IRA/CBC Children’s Choice award. Her stories have appeared in magazines such as 'Teen, Listen, The Single Parent, Children's Digest and The Friends.

Ann Herrick grew up in Connecticut, where she graduated from The Morgan School and Quinnipiac University. She now lives in Oregon with her husband, who was her high-school sweetheart. Their wonderful daughter is grown, married and gainfully employed, and has given Ann her only grand-dog, Puff, a bloodhound-rottweiller-beagle mix. While she misses the East Coast, especially houses built before 1900, she enjoys the green valleys, fresh air and low humidity in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. Ann loves cats, walking and working in her back yard. In addition to stories and books for children and young adults, Ann also writes copy for humorous and conventional greeting cards."

The vast majority of Ann's books are HFN (Happily For Now, with the possibility of Happily Ever After. The characters are in their teens, after all, so Ever After would be a *really* long time.) Two books have positive endings, but not the standard HFN or HEA, but with those possibilities if the reader reads very carefully between the lines at the end of the story.

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Ann has graciously donated one PDF copy of her book, My Fake Summer Boyfriend, for one of you lucky people!

Thank you, Ann!!

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Friday, June 20, 2014

Girls on Fire Boxed Set: Featuring The Forgotten Ones by Laura Howard and Perception by Lee Strauss

Girls on Fire

Girls on Fire - 10 authors
Publication date: June 16, 2014
Price: 99 cents for 10 amazing YA novels!


So far I have read 2 of the 10 books in Girls on Fire. Let me tell you, I have loved them both. I can't wait to work my way through the rest of them. And you can get all 10 right now for only $.99!! What a deal!

Here are my thoughts on the 2 books I have read so far.

The Forgotten Ones
by Laura Howard

Allison O'Malley's plan is to go to grad school so she can get a good job and take care of her schizophrenic mother. She has carefully closed herself off from everything else, including a relationship with Ethan, who she's been in love with for as long as she can remember.

What is definitely not part of the plan is the return of her long-lost father, who claims he can bring Allison's mother back from the dark place her mind has gone. Allison doesn't trust her father, so why would she believe his stories about a long forgotten Irish people, the Tuatha de Danaan? But truths have a way of revealing themselves. Secrets will eventually surface. And Allison must learn to set aside her plan and work with her father if there is even a small chance it could restore her mother's sanity.~~ synopsis from Goodreads

My thoughts about The Forgotten Ones ~~
(originally posted on May 13, 2013)

Love, love, love this cover! Yep, that's what drew me in. And then I read a sample of the first chapter and just knew I had to read more. I have to admit that the taste I got from chapter one did not prepare me for what was to come. The Forgotten Ones took me to a world I was not expecting.

I immediately connected with Allison. She is a young woman, trying to get through school while also trying to deal with her mother's schizophrenia. And then things start to change when the father she never knew shows up. There is so much she doesn't understand.

The reader is swept away right along with Allison to another place to try to find out the truth about her past. Can she get her mother back? This is the part of the story that I was not expecting, to be carried away on this adventure. What a great ride!

And..... I discovered, after the fact, that this is book one of The Danaan Trilogy! How did I miss that? I am so excited to read more of this series to see how this story continues.

by Lee Strauss

Eternal Life is To Die For.

Seventeen year old Zoe Vanderveen is a GAP—a genetically altered person. She lives in the security of a walled city on prime water-front property along-side other equally beautiful people with extended life spans.

Her brother Liam is missing.

Noah Brody is a natural who lives on the outside. He leads protests against the GAPs and detests the widening chasm they’ve created between those who have and those who don’t. He doesn’t like girls like Zoe and he has good reason not to like her specifically.

Zoe’s carefree life takes a traumatic turn. She’s in trouble and it turns out that Noah, the last guy on earth she should trust, is the only one who can help her.

Perception is a (SF/mystery/romance) Young Adult novel that takes place in the not-too-distant future in a world changed by climate extremes, natural disasters and impending wars, and where scientific breakthroughs cause class divisions—both financially and philosophically. It explores the clash between faith and science and how differences can separate us as enemies or ally us together. And in some cases, even in the midst of betrayal and personal crisis, there’s room to fall in love.

This is the first book in a series.

My thoughts about Perception ~~ 
(originally posted June 18, 2014)

This series has been on my radar for some time now (I just love the covers) and have been meaning to read them. But you know how that is - so many books, so little time. Well, this series and the author came to my attention again after the Girls on Fire boxed set was released. I figured this was a great time to get this one read.

I know that the dystopian genre is huge right now and I suppose I have read a few. When I started Perception, I felt very comfortable in the world of Zoe, Liam, and Noah. I love how an author's imagination can visualize what the world could possibly be like in the future. And it's amazing to think about how close their imagination might be to the truth. 
'I spoke Jackson's name into the dashboard computer. My pod car followed the magnetic grid through the city - down wide boulevards lined with palm trees and artificial energy capturing "trees" that looked more like over-sized kitchen utensils - miraculously skirting pedestrian and a maze of other electro magnetic vehicles.
I immediately loved Zoe and her independence. And I loved how she just never gave up trying to find out what happened to her brother. What an amazing woman she is! And you just have to love Noah, such a nice guy with strong beliefs and values and who is always trying to do the right thing. What a pair they make. 
'"Yes, I believe you have a soul." It meant so much to hear him say it. Never in my life had I doubted myself, my reason for being, my right to exist. Now everything was in question.'
I loved Perception and I am looking forward to read all the rest of the series. And I love it when I can just go right into the next book. That's one good reason for waiting to start a series. Volition here I come! 

But for all this futurist thinking and imagining, some things never change. 
'"I don't know," I said. "You can't trust everything you read on the Internet."'

About the GIRLS ON FIRE boxed set

WITCH FALL – Amber Argyle
High Fantasy

Supreme in their dominion over seasons, storms, and sea, the witches have forgotten the unmatched destructiveness of mankind. And among the weapons men seek are the magical songs of the witches. Born of witches but raised among their enemies, Lilette searches for a way to heal the rift between mankind and the witches. But it may be too late to save either. For if there is one thing Lilette has come to know for certain, it’s that all things fall.

Paranormal Romance

For centuries, Alex Night and Emil Stone have yearned for Evie Starling. When both men claim to be her soul mate and tell her about an unbelievable past, Evie learns that she’s not the person she thought she was, and her soul is about to become the rope in an eternal tug-of-war.

AWAKENING – Christy Dorrity

When an ancient curse threatens McKayla McCleery's family, she must decide what in her life is real and what is fantasy. Based in Celtic mythology, Awakening is a gripping young adult fantasy that is rife with magic, romance, and mystery.

INEVITABLE – Tamara Hart Heiner

Visions of death plague Jayne, who thinks watching her sister die is the worst that could happen to her. But when she witnesses a murder, Jayne realizes that the next death she sees might be her own.

WATCHED – Cindy M. Hogan
Romantic Suspense

Change. She longed for it.
A murder. She will never be the same.


Futuristic Fantasy

Sixteen-year-old Gabriella Kilpatrick can shoot fire from her hands, which would be great if she didn’t get blamed for a blazing inferno that kills 17 schoolmates. Gabby will have to learn who she can trust, how to control her own power, and most of all, how to lead a Council of Elementals, most of whom have more control over their power than she does. If she can’t, she’ll find herself just like those 17 schoolmates: burned and six feet under.


Kickbutt faerie Violet is about to graduate as the top guardian trainee of her class, but when an assignment goes wrong and the human boy she’s meant to be protecting follows her back into the fae realm, a dangerous plot is set in motion.

PERCEPTION – Lee Strauss

Eternal Life is to Die For.
A spoiled genetically altered girl needs the help of a jaded “natural” boy to find her missing brother.

INTRINSICAL – Lani Woodland

The gene that allows the women in Yara’s family to see and communicate with spirits seems to have passed her over. Until the night she rescues a local hottie from an attacking ghost. Her act of heroism attracts the attention of the evil spirit, and she finds herself entrenched in the middle of a sixty-year-old curse that haunts the school, threatening her own life as well as that of her friends.

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