Lightbringer (Google eBook)
A YA urban fantasy/romance set in a world a breath away from our own. Similar in tone to Tithe and Unleashed, this story tiptoes down the line between love and horror as Wendy discovers herself and the darkest parts of the afterlife.
Wendy has the ability to see souls that have not moved on, but she does not seek them out. They seek her. They yearn for her . . . or what she can do for them. Without Wendy's powers, the Lost, the souls that have died unnaturally young, are doomed to wander in the never forever, and Wendy knows she is the only one who can set them free by sending them into the light.
Each soul costs Wendy, delivering too many souls would be deadly, and yet she is driven to patrol, dropping everyone in her life but her best friend, Eddie-who wants to be more than friends-until she meets Piotr.
Piotr, the first Rider and guardian of the Lost, whose memory of his decades in the never, a world that the living never see, has faded away. With his old-fashioned charms, and haunted kindness, he understands Wendy in ways no one living ever could, yet Wendy is hiding that she can do more than exist in the never. Wendy is falling for a boy who she may have to send into the light.
But there are darker forces looking for the Lost. Trying to regain the youth and power that the Lost possess, the dark ones feed on the Lost and only Wendy and Piotr can save them--but at what cost?
From the Hardcover edition.
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Riviting, EXCELLENT work with unexpected ending.User Review - mamaz2011 - Overstock.com
Outstanding, well written, especially for the first book of a new author. Riviting, and a totally unexpected ending. Hope the other two books of this trilogy are released as soon as possible. Many other reviewers rate this book very highly. Good Luck Ms. McEntire! Read full review
Review: Lightbringer (Lightbringer #1)User Review - SHANA - Sizzling Reads - Goodreads
4/5 STARS! More YA book reviews at: Sizzling Reads YA Blog! On the outside Lightbringer by KD McEntire appears to be a Young-Adult Fantasy novel with an interesting premise. But once you peel back ... Read full review