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Thirteen-year-old orphan Alice Ringwald has no memory beyond six months ago. The only life she knows is the new one she's creating one day at a time with the loving couple that recently adopted her and gave her new hope. That hope, however, is shattered one night when she is abducted by a strange man. In a frantic FBI man hunt, the kidnapper vanished with Alice. So begins Water Walker, a modern-day parable that examines the staggering power of forgiveness, and reminds us that it's possible to live free of the hurt that keeps our souls in chains.
The last thing Kaylee wants to do is participate in a childish scavenger hunt - especially inside the abandoned retirement home on the edge of town. When she finds a bruised, deaf boy hiding inside one of the rooms, she vows to lead him to safety - only to discover the front doors are now padlocked, and her friends are nowhere to be found. Kaylee is about to learn that not everything that goes "bump in the night" is imaginary, and sometimes there are worse things to fear than ghosts.
Life in the Sheen offers a glossy, pristine existence, as long as you take your meds, get married at 16, and don't ask questions. Clara simply can't. Her pills end up in the trash more often than not. No one knows her secret, not even Tate, the fiancé she adores and cannot bear to lose.
Olivia has magical dreams. High up on Bramhall Hill sits a large, lonely old mansion called Nichols Hall. In Victorian Portland, Mrs. Nichols has elevated her social status from poor actress to wealthy widow. Her daydreamy daughter Olivia tries to cheer the gloomy house by filling its rooms with flowers from her glass conservatory. She reads Shakespeare passages and pretends she's Titania, queen of the fairies. In her world, she's a star on the stage. But what of reality?
Alysa Devlin started her life in a small town, grew up in a normal family. Well, maybe her parents are much stricter than her friends ' parents but her childhood was one full of love. Now she is only a few weeks away from turning eighteen, although she has not made any plans for her future previously, her boyfriend asks her to join him in his plans for the future. An accident lands Alysa in the hospital where a gorgeous stranger changes everything in her life.
Chelsea Warren is the most popular girl in school, and the leader of the tightest clique on campus. The most important things to her are her looks and the respect of her followers. But Chelsea has a secret she doesn't want anyone to know. Amber Walker is compassionate, trustworthy, and the most well-adjusted girl in school. The most important thing to her is serving God and her community. When an argument between Chelsea and her best friend occurs, she runs straight to Amber for help.
Becca Ward knows that magic is real…Two years ago not only had she and her best friend Alex found a real life sleeping beauty in the middle of Los Angeles, they also discovered that they were powerful in their own right. They've managed to keep both their fae powers and their friend Lilia's identity as a medieval princess a secret and live a normal life. Now that normalcy is threatened by the return of their former advisor at the Gem and Mineral Museum, and Becca's least favorite person, Nicholas Hunt. And she's about to find out that more than one fairy tale is true.
For Ruby Moore life is far more complicated than that of your average teen, for she is in no way average. Ruby is a vampire and her life as a vampire is far from traditional... It has been one year since her normal life was brutally taken from her. Still adjusting to the shock of the change from mortal to immortal, her world is rocked again and she is taken under the wings of a guardian angel back to Sage Sanctum, a school beyond reach from the vampires that are determined to destroy her.
Art teacher Daniel Benedetto has cystic fibrosis. At thirty-four, he's already outlived his doctor's "expiration date," but that doesn't stop him from giving all he can to his students and his work. When he takes on Caitlin, his landlady's daughter, as a private student, the budding teen painter watches in torment as other people, especially women, treat Daniel like a freak because of his condition. To Caitlin, Daniel is not a disease, not someone to pity or take care of but someone to care for, a friend, and her first real crush.