Giving Up the Ghost
Sara discovers an exciting new paranormal ability—but will it hurt more than it helps?
Though the paranormal has become nearly normal for Sara Collins, life has been stranger than usual lately. Accidents and mishaps are happening at home, and Sara’s dad and Lady Azura aren’t getting along very well. Lady Azura blames the negative energy in the house. Sara’s not sure what that means, but she’s also a little preoccupied dealing with a new power she’s just discovered: the ability to read minds.
What starts off as fun insight into people’s thoughts quickly leads Sara down a frightening path. Is Sara hearing the true thoughts of her friends and family, or is some sort of negative energy wreaking havoc? Sara confides in Lady Azura and together they discover that Sara’s new ability is not a gift like her other abilities. Rather, it’s a curse. A curse that Sara needs to overcome before it destroys her most important relationships.
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This time around, Sara has to fend off a ghost that is creating very bad energy in her home. This is personal. And her almost boyfriend Jayden is preparing to move back to Atlanta (sniff). Oh, and ... Read full review
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