Forever, Again

Two teens discover secrets about a 30 year old murder which will change their town and their world

By Victoria Laurie Read by Rebecca Gibel and Rachel Dulude Mystery & Thrillers / Paranormal / Romance / Young Adult Fiction English, Unabridged 10h 35m Sell Sheet
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2 MP3 CDs Tue Dec 13 00:00:00 UTC 2016 29.99 19.99 9781520048857 Add to Cart
9 Audio CDs Tue Dec 13 00:00:00 UTC 2016 39.99 29.99 9781520048819 Add to Cart
Description
							Lily Bennett is less than thrilled to be the new kid as she starts her junior year in high school. But soon after classes begin, she meets a classmate, Cole Drepeau, with whom she forms an immediate and intimate bond. As Cole and Lily grow closer, Lily learns about the murder that divided the town more than thirty years before. In 1985, graduating senior Amber Greeley snapped, killing her boyfriend Ben—Cole's uncle—and taking her own life. Lily feels inexplicably linked to Amber, and she can't help but think that there's more to the girl's story. Determined to investigate the truth about Cole's uncle's death, Lily and Cole are pulled into a dark mystery—one that shakes the constraints of the world they've always believed in.
Reviews

"...this fast-paced romance-mystery is an engaging read. VERDICT This absorbing book is a worthy addition to high school and public library collections." - School Library Journal

"Three narrators seamlessly portray the characters in this paranormal romantic mystery. Four lives are inexplicably intertwined when young Lily Bennett moves to a town once rocked by a murder-suicide. Suffering from a reoccurring nightmare about finding a dead young man, and sporting a birthmark that looks like a stab wound to the heart, Lily finds love and danger in trying to solve the mystery of the link between her dreams and the deaths. The story grabs the listener from the beginning and doesn't let up until the very end. The different narrators' voices are easily recognizable, and the combined effect enhances the listening experience." - AudioFile