Carrier of the Mark

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HarperCollins Publishers, Oct 27, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
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Bewitching debut teen fiction from Inkpop sensation – dark magic, prophecies and irresistible romance collide in this beguiling read.

When Megan Rosenberg moves to Ireland, everything in her life seems to fall into place. She makes close friends with the girls in her class, her relationship with her dad is better than ever, and she finds herself inexplicably drawn to gorgeous, mysterious Adam DeRis.

Adam is cold and aloof at first, but when Megan finally breaks down the icy barrier between them, she is amazed by the intensity of their connection. Then Adam reveals a secret about the magical destiny that will shape both of their lives but also threatens to tear them apart...

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User Review  - waclements7 - LibraryThing

***Spoilers*** If I were smart I would probably not even review this book. I think I'm more puzzled than anything else. I should probably also state at this point that I did read the Twilight series ... Read full review

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User Review  - mrsdanaalbasha - LibraryThing

Instantly drawn to a mysterious, alluring boy in her class, teenaged Megan, an American living in Ireland, discovers that they are linked by a supernatural destiny that gives them power Megan never ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Leigh Fallon was born in South Africa, raised in Dublin, Ireland and moved to County Cork in her twenties. While living in beautiful Kinsale, her novel, The Carrier of the Mark was born. She promptly abandoned her ‘riveting’ career in corporate treasury and discovered Inkpop, a website for budding writers of teen fiction. Within weeks her manuscript hit the coveted top five spot and was reviewed by an editor at HarperCollins US. A few emails and some hysterical screaming later, she signed her first deal. Leigh and her family now share their time between Ireland and the US.

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