Nothing But Trouble After Midnight

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Itasca Books, 2009 - Fiction - 226 pages
5 Reviews
Chloe Preston has the perfect teenage life: great friends, a full social calendar, and the ideal boyfriend. But perfect never stays that way. One night, Chloe's life is shattered, and all she can hope for is that the memory will fade like a bad dream. But secret truths are dangerous, and Chloe discovers that keeping things hidden causes more harm than good—especially when the nightmare is real and comes back for more. Will Chloe find the strength to face the truth, or will she remain a victim of her own fears? Insightful and compelling, author Kimberly Blackadar's "Nothing but Trouble after Midnight" is an unprecedented battle between true love and ill-fated circumstance.

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Where was this when I was a teenager?!

User Review  - Tammy Eden - Borders

I never thought, that as an adult, a book found under the genre of young adult/teen fiction would draw me in so deeply, but Nothing But Trouble After Midnight hooked me from the very beginning. I ... Read full review

Captivating read that left me ready for more

User Review  - vnmoorman - Borders

I settled in to begin reading NBTAM one evening before bed and found myself not able to put the book down until I had finished the whole book that evening. It is a very captivating book that draws you ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Born in Massachusetts, but raised in Florida, Kimberly Blackadar graduated from Florida State University and then spent eight years in the classroom—primarily as an English, social studies, and drama teacher. Now a homeschooling mom living in Minnesota, Blackadar relies on those classroom experiences to create realistic fiction for her readers. Author's home: Prior Lake, MN

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