Connecting (Lily Dale #3)
Now that Calla has accepted her ability to communicate with the Other Side, she’s desperate to connect with the one spirit whose energy she can’t seem to feel anywhere: her late mother. As ominous supernatural signs imply that the devastating loss might not have been an accident, Calla sets out to uncover the truth, convinced that a shadowy stranger may hold the key. But
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Jacy gives Calla a warning. He's been having a vision where she's underwater, struggling to reach the surface but unable to. Calla knows Jacy was right once before and takes ...more
Clearly aimed and written for a young teenaged audience, there are moments of violence, deep emotional devastation, and adult emotional themes. (not sex. there is no sex.)
Each book stands alone, although they really should be read together and in order.
Calla has just lost her mother, who buried her own teenaged years behind a wall of efficiency and 'normalcy.' This death is handled very well, and gives good insight into the grieving pr ...more
So, there's still someone out there who murdered her mother and probably wants to murder Calla. To complicate matters, her father is thinking of moving near Lily Dale, she's not sure which guy she wants as a boyfriend, and she finds out that her mother had been hiding a maj ...more
That's not to say other things are fine. She is finally with Jacy, but Evangeline is hurt and Kevin seams to still be in the picture. And when Calla heads to Tampa to find out more about her mother, the killer follows.
Another great addition to the series!
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