Jax Teller, VP of SAMCRO, learns of his half-sister, Trinity, getting into trouble. Without a second thought, he takes off to help her before she gets herself killed by the Russian mafia.
La Cachette is known to be the psychic capital of the world, at least to some. Grey returns like she does every summer, but this time it's to search for her best friend, Elora who's been missing for six months. The secrets of La Cachette run deep and are connected, but Grey only digs deeper, especially after a mysterious stranger shows up.
Across two timelines, two women will go on a search, not only to find themselves, but to understand what haunts the Sun Down Motel. One woman is on the trail of a serial killer. The other searches for her aunt that disappeared from the motel.
Sofia's new friends just want to save their classmate, Brooklyn. She didn't know that meant giving her an exorcism. Secrets and blood will be spilled and nobody gets out unscathed.
Lia has one chance to leave her mark on Lincoln High and she's been getting ready for it since freshman year. It's tradition for seniors to partake in the game, Assassins. But when classmates start turning up dead, Lia worries not only about the game getting cancelled but her friends-and long time crush, Devon-possibly next to be killed.
Hey bookworms! the fiction list is up and I'm pretty excited. There are some good picks. What are you reading this summer?
Jo has only just begun her new life as a Djinn and the world is trying to end. When she realizes it may be her fault she'll do anything to stop it and save David who is being held captive by a Warden with sick intentions tha
Four teens expected a night of fun in an escape room. What they got was a night of truths, secrets, and horror.
Jane returns to work at the school she fled from twenty years earlier. The halls still echo with unease and the lake still whispers with tragedy. Tragedy that may be returning for her and the girls she teaches.
The Twin Author: Natasha Preston Published: 2020 On Goodreads Rated S for sinister sisterhood and their inability to share. “She has my life and she is loving every second of it.” Split up from the divorce of their parents, Iris went to live with mom while Ivy chose to live with Dad. Years later, after... Continue Reading →