Then, Caitlyn finds herself pitted against her own thoughts in a desperate race to escape the darkness that wants to swallow her whole.
To distract herself while Sophia has gone on holiday to a sunny beach, Caitlyn creates Hannah in a popular online virtual world.
Caitlyn does everything in her power to pull Hannah into the darkness with her, but Hannah has hope.
When Susie moves to a new country with Amanda and Shayne, she comes face to face with a boy whom she craves much more than just his blood.
Despite her obsessive thirst for blood, they grow close, but Susie soon realizes the safest place would be to move back to the château in France with Amanda.
Here she meets a rogue bandit of vampires, not accustomed to living in the twenty-first century, but when she gives her heart completely and utterly to Callum, he leaves the château.
Then in a violent attack, Susie is bitten by another vampire and she has to choose between being a vampire or human.
Heather should have married Jayden years ago, but a witch at the Salem Witch Trials cursed her and now she keeps choosing Kieran.
When Heather meets Kieran, she does not realise the dark shadows in her peripheral vision is connected to him.
Shadows waiting for her to choose him.
Jayden has loved her all these years, even though the curse has kept them apart.
The ForNever series is set in Ireland, in a world where love is lost. Heather's parents are getting divorced and she believes that if once they loved each other, surely they should still love each other. Then, Heather meets Jayden and Kieran. Unbeknown to Heather, the three of them have been locked together through time due to a curse. The series follows them as they stand against an ancient witch who is consumed by revenge after Heather condemned her at The Salem Witch Trials. The series is targeted at teens, young adults and adults young at heart. The books contain horror, magic, witches & wizards, and Male/Female romance.
Fifteen-year-old Jeff wakes up on New Year’s Day to find himself in the hospital—specifically, in the psychiatric ward. Despite the bandages on his wrists, he’s positive this is all some huge mistake. Jeff is perfectly fine, perfectly normal; not like the other kids in the hospital with him.
But over the course of the next forty-five days, Jeff begins to understand why he ended up here—and realizes he has more in common with the other kids than he thought.
“With a sprinkling of dark humor and a full measure of humanness, Suicide Notes is quirky, surprising, and a riveting read.” —Ellen Hopkins, author of The You I’ve Never Known and Love Lies Beneath
“Like the very best teen novels, Suicide Notes is both classic and edgy, timeless and provocative.” —Brent Hartinger, author of Geography Club
“Makes a powerful emotional impact.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“Jeff’s wit and self-discovery are refreshing, poignant, and, at times, laugh-out-loud funny.” —School Library Journal