As Aura’s search uncovers new truths, she must decide whom to trust with her secrets…and her heart.
About the Author
Jeri Smith-Ready has been writing fiction since the night she had her first double espresso. A constant stream of caffeine has resulted in six published novels, including Wicked Game and Eyes of Crow, whichhave each won multiple awards in the fields of fantasy and romance. Jeri had her teen fiction debut in May 2010 with the Simon Pulse release of Shade, a paranormal love story featuring a world of spirits only the young can see. The sequel, Shift, will follow in 2011. Her latest novel is Bring on the Night (Pocket Books, August 2010), the third installment in her fun and sexy WVMP RADIO urban fantasy series. The fourth WVMP book, Let It Bleed, will be released August 2011. Jeri holds a master’s in environmental policy and currently lives inMaryland with her husband, cat, and the world’s goofiest greyhound. When not writing, she can usually be found–well, thinking about writing. Find her at www.jerismithready.com or at ttp://twitter.com/jsmithready.
- Reading level: Young Adult
- Hardcover: 384 pages
- Publisher: Simon Pulse (May 3, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1416994084
- ISBN-13: 978-1416994084
ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT
You know how a song gets stuck in your head? Well, this completely happened with this book since I am still thinking about it. Just to warn you, as soon as you finish it, you will want another one and yes, it ends with a bit of a cliffhanger so just be prepared to sit, tap your fingers and start to stalk the author asking her when the next book is coming out. So now I am going to try and write a spoiler free review.
Aura is in the middle of a triangle between Logan, who came back from Shade and is now just Ghost and Zachary, who she is spending more time with because of a school commitment. She finds herself really dwelling on Zachary more and more and how his history intertwines with her own. Together with the help of a teacher, they start to uncover their own beginnings. Logan has a spectacular send off, but is he really and truly gone? I never thought it was possible for a ghost to grow up, but Logan accomplishes that towards the end of the book. So, I am going to make you read the book to get the answers, but it is well worth it.