Reviews - Young Adult / New Adult

PARANORMAL:  Sisters Frost and Eva Abrams are on a school field trip to San Antonio to see the Alamo. While the class is supposed to be learning history, Frost and Eva are more interested in locating Albert Knox, a handsome man with a tendency to chop his women up and put them through a meat grinder.

Crash Course

INSPIRATIONAL:  Angie is 16 years old and has been kicked out of her father’s home.  She goes back to living in Virginia with her mother who has remarried and has two little boys. Brady, a boy from her mother’s church, tries to befriend Angie, but she is used to the party crowd, and Brady and his friends are clean teens.

The Switch
A.W. Hill,
Nathanael Hill

Jacobus was content with his life. Sure, he wished his parents didn’t fight and that the girl he had a crush on liked him back, but he didn’t have any real complaints. That’s why, when he and his friend Connor pull the switch in the little red house, he is so shocked to suddenly be switched into a universe that is not his own.

Endless Change

Parker is the oldest child, and the one his mother relies on. So, when Parker sees Dakota fending for herself in the streets, he can’t help but extend a hand, offering to get her off the streets and back in school. Dakota seems eager to go to school, to make friends, and make up for a childhood full of abuse.

Make it Count

PARANORMAL:  Casey Morgan knows numbers and has a gift: she knows how many days a person will live just by touching them. The gift has isolated Casey from people and keeps her at home instead of at a real school. Still Casey manages to live a semi-normal life at home. She has family that she loves, a little brother Harry who annoys her and a mother who pushes her.