After Midnight

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North Star Editions, Inc., Jul 8, 2011 - Young Adult Fiction - 360 pages
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Ever since the death of their parents, Catlyn Youngblood and her two older brothers have shared a nomadic existence, always moving from place to place. When they at last settle for good in the sleepy backwoods town of Lost Lake, Florida, Cat thinks she might finally have a normal life. While riding her horse late one night, Cat meets an enigmatic boy named Jesse Raven. Even more strange than her overpowering attraction to him is Jesse's apparent aversion to daylight. Only under the cover of darkness can they meet. As Cat and Jesse's bond grows stronger, Cat discovers an incredible secret about the Ravens' and her own family's pasts—a secret that could destroy their love. Their families, knowing the truth, conspire to keep them apart. But Cat and Jesse will risk everything to be together . . . including death.

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I was left begging for the sequel by the end of this book! Also, so many twists and turns to keep me on my toes. At no time did this book ever get completely predictable. The ending was a TOTAL ... Read full review

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This was a book once I picked up I didn't want to put it down until I was finished. When I was finished my first thought was I loved it and was so bummed this book just came out because that means ... Read full review

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Lynn Viehl is the author of the New York Times bestselling Darkyn series and the Youngbloods series. She has published over forty novels in five genres with major houses including Penguin and Simon & Schuster. Viehl lives outside of Orlando, Florida, and is the host of Paperback Writer, a popular publishing industry blog.

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