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Emma has a secret—and not the good kind. She can hear people's thoughts.
When Sara Davis, an adversarial school newspaper editor, convinces her to be the focus of the Senior Feature, Emma doesn’t realize what she’s getting herself into. Lacking Emma’s cooperation, Sara writes the story anyway, setting off gossip and speculation. Worse yet, the article comes dangerously close to exposing Emma’s secret and threatens her crush on the new boy at school, Nick Knight.
Keeping her “talent” from derailing her social life becomes more and more difficult as classmates begin to suspect Sara was right about Emma.
14+ due to adult situations
Caryn Alderson may be a psychic medium, but she can't predict her own life. She’s totally blindsided when she discovers her boyfriend has cheated on her. Her best friend Annabeth attempts to jump-start Caryn’s stalled love life by introducing her to Gary Riddell, a fellow college freshman who can talk to ghosts.
To paranormal groupie Annabeth, their abilities make them the perfect match. Unfortunately, Gary’s acting career and Caryn’s love of journalism clash when Caryn writes a hatchet piece about Gary's acting abilities, and then publishes it in the campus newspaper. Dating is definitely out!
Then the two of them are asked to help the campus Ghost Stalkers club investigate a haunting at a local farmhouse. Caryn and Gary must combine their offsetting paranormal skills to locate more than just ghosts.
Young Adult Climbing Rose (paranormal)
Page Count: 244
Caryn Alderson just wants to be a normal teenager. Moving from Houston to Indianapolis and trying to make new friends is hard enough, but when she meets Quince Adams, Rosslyn High School’s star athlete, she wants more than friendship. Unfortunately, two obstacles stand in her way: Quince's girlfriend, cheerleader Kensington Marlow, and Caryn's Uncle Omar. So what’s the problem? Kensington’s cheating on Quince, and Uncle Omar died in Vietnam at age 20!
Imagine hearing voices, seeing spirits no one else can see, and knowing things about people they never told you. No wonder Quince and all her new friends think she’s weird! Then just when Caryn thinks her psychic abilities are under wraps, her friend Megan blurts out the truth on television. Can Caryn finally admit her secret and just be herself? Does she really have a choice?