Review: Lucid (Brightest Kind of Darkness #2) by P.T. Michelle
After outsmarting Fate, 16 year old Nara barely escaped with her life. The encounter left her with more questions than answers, and now Nara seeks the truth about her powers, while also trying to learn more about the mysterious sword that suddenly appeared on her boyfriend, Ethan's, back. But searching for answers might prove to be more dangerous than Nara ever imagined...Lucid is a GraveTells must-read!
April 26, 2012
Review: Brightest Kind of Darkness (Brightest Kind of Darkness #1) by P.T. Michelle
Sixteen year old Nara Collins has the unique ability to dream the events of the following day every night when she goes to bed. For the most part, she tries not to change the future in any drastic ways, but when she has a vision about a bombing at her school, she can’t ignore it. After preventing the tragedy from occurring, Nara’s visions start to fade, and she finds herself falling for the mysterious Ethan Harris, a loner with his own dark secrets. Nara has a feeling the bombing was only the beginning…but how can she stop more disasters from happening if she can no longer see the future? Brightest Kind of Darkness is a GraveTells must-read!
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