Summary:


After seventeen year-old Sophie’s mom dies in a tragic accident, she is so engulfed with guilt and sadness, she feels like she could literally, simply lie down and die. But a few months later, on the night she and her friends experiment with a Ouija board, things begin to change in unimaginable ways. Sophie begins to hear, and then see, Nick, a boy who has been dead for two years. This story tells of their blossoming friendship, young love, and how, through Nick, Sophie learns to live again. But even in the spirit world, happiness can’t last forever. There is a dark side to this otherworldly friendship. Not all spirits are good. Sophie’s dreams become haunting, scary nightmares. And soon these nightmares become reality, and lead Nick and Sophie into a battle against this evil spirit. They must fight for her life, but even if they can figure out how to fight a ghost, Sophie isn’t sure she wants to. If she dies, she could be with Nick forever.

FALLING grips emotions and keeps the reader turning pages late into the night.



Excerpt:



He reached around me, hugging me close. I wasn’t expecting it, so it threw me off balance, and we fell onto the bed, which set us both to laughing. This was going to be fun. I was worrying for nothing. I climbed under the covers and felt Nick slide in beside me. I would never cease to be amazed at how real he felt. It felt like a regular person was lying right beside me. In fact, it felt like a real hand slipping under my shirt right then.
“Nick!”
“What? My hand is cold. I’m just trying to warm it up.”
“You’re warm all right.”
He kept his hand there, along my side at my waist. I felt him pull me closer.
“Your skin is so soft. I won’t ever let you go,” he whispered, his lips pressing into my ear.
I melted in his arms. I belonged to him.


About the author


Lisa lives near the beach with her daughter and four dogs. She spends every spare moment at the beach, either reading, or surfing, or just sitting and watching the water. That's also where she does most of her writing, in a notebook, with a pencil. Lisa is a school teacher, and a yoga teacher. She is passionate about dog rescue. As busy as she stays, she is most happy sitting on her sofa, cuddling with her pups.

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Wool (Silo Series) by Hugh Howey
The Sookie Stackhouse/True Blood Series by Charlaine Harris
Mercy Thompson Series by Patricia Briggs
Stephanie Plum Series  by Janet Evanovich
Morganville Vampire Series by Rachel Caine
Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Game of Thrones Series by George RR Martin
All Series by Willow Cross
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

I’m leaving this one at 9 because I’m sure I’ve left a few out...and for the life of me I can’t remember which ones! This way, if someone says, “Oh you didn’t include such and such,” I can say, “Oh, that’s the one I was thinking of.” :)



3 comments:

Thank you for this giveaway.

Sounds like a good book! Adding it to my tbr list. Thanks for sharing it.

Thanks for sharing this. The book sounds great and I like the cover. ;)

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What is Twilight?

twi·light

/ˈtwīˌlīt/
Noun
  1. The soft glowing light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon, caused by the reflection of the sun's rays from the atmosphere.
  2. The period of the evening during which this takes place, between daylight and darkness.
Synonyms
dusk - gloaming - nightfall

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