Marie Lamba is author of the humorous young adult novel What I Meant... (Random House), which Publisher's Weekly dubbed "an impressive debut." She's also author of the summery YA novel Over My Head about a girl who has either met the love of her life or a player out to break her heart. Marie's newest novel is a paranormal YA titled Drawn, which is about a teen artist who falls for a hot medieval ghost with a sketchy past. Her short story "What I Did..." is in the Philadelphia Liars Club anthology Liar Liar (Mendacity Press). In addition to her fiction, Marie has published numerous articles in national magazines, and her essay "The View from the Outside" is in the anthology Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Multicultural Mothering (Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing). She is an Associate Literary Agent for the Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency in NYC, lives in Pennsylvania and is a proud member of the Liars Club.
Teen artist Michelle De Freccio moves to England in search of a normal life...instead she finds a hot medieval ghost with a sketchy past.
It all begins when a strange guy appears in Michelle's drawings. When she actually meets him at the town's castle, she's unmistakably drawn to him. But something is definitely not right. For starters, he wears medieval garb, talks of ancient murders and tends to disappear each time they kiss.
Could he possibly be a ghost? Could Michelle be losing her mind? Or has she simply uncovered a love so timeless it's spanned the centuries...