Lizzy Ford’s latest YA paranormal romance Dark Summer (Book I, Witchling Trilogy) is now available. I got to read an ARC of this book and it totally blew me away. The one thing I love the most about Lizzy’s writing is how realistic her characters are. They have flaws, they do stupid things. Things I can relate to. Even though they live in a magical world with supernatural abilities I can still find myself within them. Her characters and worlds are so relatable and likeable. And she always keeps me guessing. Her books are unpredictable and suck me in. I stayed awake til 5 am reading this book because I had to know what happened. Lizzy drew me in from the very beginning and there was no way I could stop until I found out the ending.
My favorite character from the book has to be Sam, an auburn haired yeti. Yes that’s right there’s a wisecracking bigfoot in this book, and it totally makes sense. I absolutely cannot wait for the sequel to be released to find out what happens to Decker and Summer. I highly recommend this book.
A girl with a broken past and a dark secret. A boy with a twisted future and no second chances. When they meet, it just might cost them their souls.
Sixteen-year-old Summer doesn’t expect the new boarding school to be any different than the rest: a temporary stay where everyone will turn against her after a few weeks. Until she meets the rest of the students at this special school and realizes she’s not the only one with magic in her blood. Accustomed to the concrete jungle of LA, she gets lost one night in the forests of the Rocky Mountains and meets Decker, the boy who will become the Master of Night and Fire on his eighteenth birthday. Their connection is instant and dangerous, for both will be forced to choose between Light and Dark, life and death, love – and their souls.
One choice. One soul. One price.
Warning: This is a mature YA. Due to mild sexual content and some language, it is not recommended for younger teens.
Includes exclusive excerpt from YA paranormal author Julia Crane’s, “Anna.”
Summer whirled and ran. The auburn-haired figure ahead of her disappeared into the forest. The growling and sound of pursuit stopped suddenly. She glanced over her shoulder and slowed. The cougar was gone. She pressed her shaking hands to her face.
It was early for hallucinations. She’d only just arrived.
“You can’t kill until you’re eighteen, Decker,” his mother reminded him. She crossed her arms. “Killing humans is a tough line to cross.”
“But you just did it.”
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