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Manifest (Mystyx #1) by Artist Arthur

Manifest (Mystyx #1) by Artist Arthur Paperback, 256 pages Published August 1st 2010 by Harlequin Enterprises, Limited   Synopsis: When fifteen-year-old Krystal Bentley moves to Lincoln, Connecticut, her mom’s hometown, she assumes her biggest drama will be adjusting to the burbs after living in New York City. But Lincoln is nothing like Krystal imagined. The weirdness begins when Ricky Watson starts confiding in her. He’s cute, funny, a good listener—and everything she’d ever want—except that he was killed nearly a year ago. Krystal’s ghost-whispering talents soon lead other “freaks” to

Brighid’s Quest (Parthalon #2) by P.C.Cast

Brighid’s Quest (Parthalon #3) by P.C.Cast Published by Harlequin Teen Paperback, 512 Pages Synopsis from the Author’s Website: Fleeing her centaur clan’s increasingly militant beliefs, Brighid Dhianna has begun to find peace and acceptance among the humans of Clan MacCallan. Still, she agrees to leave her newly formed friendships to guide her clan chieftain’s grieving brother home. As she journeys, Brighid discovers that the long-dormant Shaman blood that runs so thickly in her veins will no longer be silenced. As seductive new powers begin to beckon, Brighid glimpses a future

Past Midnight by Mara Purnhagen

Past Midnight by Mara Punrhagen Past Midnightby Mara PurnhagenPublishing on September 1st 2010 by HarlequinPaperback, 208 pages With parents who have their own popular ghost-debunking TV show, it’s hard for new girl Charlotte Silver to keep a low profile, especially when her parents’ work follows her to high school in the form of two angry ghosts. Charlotte Silver wants to live like a normal person, spend her senior year in one school and go around with normal people – well is this too much to ask for? Not for a

Hannah’s List By Debbie Macomber

Hannah’s List By Debbie Macomber Publishing on April 27th 2010 by Mira Hardcover, 400 pages From GoodReads.com,  Make time for friends. Make time for Debbie Macomber. On the anniversary of his beloved wife’s death, Dr. Michael Everett receives a letter Hannah had written him. In it she reminds him of her love and makes one final request. An impossible request: I want you to marry again. She tells him he shouldn’t spend the years he has left grieving her. And to that end she’s chosen three women she asks him

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