Malyn Reed meets and quickly falls in love with Beau Brogan, who seems to be perfect in every way… except for the fact that he died in 1910…
Malyn Reed has been able to see spirits her entire life. Now that she’s almost seventeen, she's learned to differentiate between the living and the dead, making her gift feel less like an evil curse. She ignores the spirits she encounters on a daily basis, which has made living side by side with them slightly easier…until she moves to Dandridge, the second oldest town in Tennessee.
Beau Brogan has been dead for a hundred years. In life, he was a hard working country boy who loved his family and stole the hearts of many southern belles. But all of that came to a tragic halt at the age of nineteen when his life came to an untimely end. In death, his spirit has been entombed in a ghostly life of loneliness and misery that he wishes would just end…until the Reeds move in.
What if the feeling you felt were never your own?
Jet is different. Able to feel the emotions of those around him, he chooses to spend his days in solitude, pushing out the feelings that attempt to consume him. With numbness his only relief, he’s surprised when he finds himself letting someone in, actually wanting—craving—to feel what she feels.
Even though he was warned to stay away from Kalista LaFontain, Jet didn’t listen, not caring what family she came from, knowing she wasn’t like them. Somehow, she was able to make the emotions that assaulted him on a daily basis more bearable, a pleasant contrast to his usual numbness. He didn’t care how powerful or hated her family was; he’d risk it.
Little did he know, that risk would change his life forever.
Seventeen-year-old Talon Jones was warned to stay away from her but didn't listen. The fact that Ivy Jordan came with a warning label only piqued his interest even more. Instantly drawn to her, he quickly gets wrapped up in her beauty and wild spirit, not realizing how dangerously entangled he would become.
Talon’s bad judgment and careless decisions, not to mention Ivy’s obsessive love and escalating madness, turn into a roller-coaster ride he no longer wants to be on… but once a ride is in motion, it’s impossible to get off.
Daisy Jones knows two things about her biological mother, Ivy Jordan:
1. She signed her rights away as soon as Daisy was born.
2. She has ‘issues’.
After spending years wondering how bad Ivy’s issues really were, since her dad never talked about her, Daisy’s curiosity became nothing more than a passing thought. However, her curiosity becomes a harsh reality the day before her sixteenth birthday—the day Ivy abducts her.
Sixteen year old Emersyn Moore spends her summer days working part-time in a book store, enjoying her next read, and hanging out with her best friend, Brianna. She also spends a lot of time admiring Brianna’s older brother, Kaden, who has made it clear that he sees Emersyn as nothing more than a sister. Emersyn concedes to her sisterly role, keeping her feelings to herself, as well as the fantasies she knows will never become reality. However, when Kaden is involved in a disabling accident, everything changes, including their relationship.
Will it tear them apart, making her long for the sisterly role she’d always despised, or will this life altering experience bring them closer together, forcing Kaden to see her in a new light? Only time will tell.
Time. They say it will heal all wounds, but Emersyn knows that’s a lie. Some wounds never heal, which is evident every time she looks at Kaden.
"Reality was now a nightmare I couldn't wake up from."
When a paranormal research team spends the night in the notoriously haunted Smoky Mountain Sanatorium, they imagine it will be like any other investigation. However, when the normal things that go bump in the night turn into screams, with investigators running from things they can't see, they realize it will be nothing like other investigations. Determined not to let the ghosts of the sanatorium win, they stick together and stay until morning, not leaving until the sun comes up.
What the team fails to realize is that they might be able to leave the sanatorium, but they'll never really be able to get away. Once the ghosts of Smoky Mountain Sanatorium are awakened, so are your worst fears.
Being haunted isn't always a bad thing... as long
as you can survive it.
Jacynda Johnson is trying to start over again. After a traumatic break-up with her rock star boyfriend, Billy Jakes, which devastated her, things seem to finally be looking up. Being promoted to the managing position at the upscale salon she works at, she is finally able to move out of the apartment she shared with Billy and away from the bad memories, as well as the good ones that she still longs for. She is determined to erase him from her life and make new memories—better memories—without him.
As luck would have it, she comes across a small house in one of the historic neighborhoods in Knoxville, TN, that seems perfect for her; it's close to her work, within her budget, and having been empty for a while, it's like it was just waiting for her to buy it.
Little did she know... it was.
But it's just a game...
When Jailyn's best friend, Prestley, brought in a new game, Jailyn didn't want to play. However, after a little persuading, she gave in. Unbeknownst to the girls, they weren't just playing a game. Instead, the game was playing them.
What happens when an evil is unleashed...
and that evil yearns for the one who released it?