See Me

· Hatco Publishing
24 reviews

About this ebook

Teenage artist Amy Love feels someone in the room with her, even if she can’t see them—the goosebumps and hair prickles on her neck don’t lie. The most popular boy in school finally asks her out and now a ghost is following her on the date? So unfair.

Finally unable to take it anymore, Amy confronts her invisible stalker only to have him jump into her body to communicate with her. He’s Jonathan Miller, the teenage son of a famous cartoonist, who was in a recent car crash. Jonathan has somehow lost touch with the corporeal world and needs Amy’s help.

In order to get her privacy back, Amy teams up with Jonathan to find out what went wrong for him. She’s the only one he can count on and, as they search for answers, he turns out to be the one person she can trust. Before too long, their friendship deepens and so do other feelings. But how can she be falling for a boy she’s never really seen and maybe never will?

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24 reviews
isha sha
December 22, 2018
Zombie thing is different from Susan, but she justify with heart touching feeling, between parents and children. between friends. Some places the same topic is repeat. I like the idea of good friends stuff at high School level. They are many things that we never find answers. I like to read Susan's books because for humorous way of presentation. She didn't disappoint me. If u have lots time like, u can read in a day.. mainly fun book with feelings
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Katangel KK
January 23, 2019
I found the first part of the book disturbing as the author's teenage characters contacted a spirit via occult practices. However, if you push past that the book takes you on an unusual adventure with the female Heroin learning her place and that she, unlike her temporary ghostly counterpart was never invisible to her family and friends. I liked that there were no expletives or blatant sexual scenes which makes for an adventurous read for a teenage audience aside from the occult part in the beginning.
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Sharon Swineford
February 25, 2022
Paranormal YA book. Teens struggling to grow up and understand their parents. Amy feels like she’s invisible, she’s never noticed until Alex asks her out. She and her friends decide to use a Ouija board before her first date with Alex. Strange feelings start to happen even days later. It seems like the Ouija board spirits are sticking around. How will she handle things when a spirit invades her body and then a friend’s? Definitely for preteens and young teens, a little far fetched for adults. I will admit to shedding a few tears at the end. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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SUSAN HATLER is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author, who writes humorous and emotional contemporary romance and young adult novels. Many of Susan’s books have been translated into German, Spanish, French, and Italian. A natural optimist, she believes life is amazing, people are fascinating, and imagination is endless. She loves spending time with her characters and hopes you do, too.

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