Death Cheater

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Desert Breeze Publishing In, Feb 15, 2012 - Fiction
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She's always suspected she could somehow cheat death, but Athena Gray has never fully understood why, until now. & ;& ;Athena Gray lives vicariously through her sister because people in general avoid her. Whether it's strange things like dead butterflies fluttering to life, or the time she saved her dying grandpapa just by willing him to live, Athena knows that she is different. The only person who doesn't seem to think so is Dan, the most popular boy on Omega High School's baseball team. But even Dan can't understand the reason she acts haunted, until a spirit roaming the local historic burial mounds takes an interest in people Athena cares about.
 

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Raised in beautiful Middle Tennessee, Danielle Thorne made the leap in 2007 from article writing and poetry, to novels. She has lived all over Dixie with a few stints out West. Danielle has four fantastic sons and is married to an air traffic controller. An avid genealogist and reader, she loves Age-of-Sail fiction, traveling the Caribbean, new foods, and her yearly vegetable garden. Historical and Contemporary romance are her favorite genres to write in. She also enjoys editing and reviewing.

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