Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow (A Young Adult Romance) [NOOK Book]

Overview

An intense series even guys love...

Jamison is obsessing over the new girl next door. Bad news?the neighbors are Somerleds--Amish-type cult-members who are killing off their own. Worse news?she?s next in line for sacrifice. Jamison will have to rise above the coward he thinks he is to get to the bottom of it all.
Something is terribly ...
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Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow (A Young Adult Romance)

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Overview

An intense series even guys love...

Jamison is obsessing over the new girl next door. Bad news—the neighbors are Somerleds--Amish-type cult-members who are killing off their own. Worse news—she’s next in line for sacrifice. Jamison will have to rise above the coward he thinks he is to get to the bottom of it all.
Something is terribly wrong with Skye. She’s experiencing emotions like the mortal she’s pretending to be. When she finally asks the right questions, she finds answers that will rock the Somerled world...

...and none of her options include Jamison, the mortal who has stolen the heart she was never meant to have.

To learn more about books by L.L. Muir, visit her website at www.llmuir.weebly.com
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes and Noble Review.com - Sharon Page
"...a brilliant young adult book by L.L. Muir. An amazing, gripping, delightful paranormal romance...for both the young adult and adult reader. The suspense begins right on the first page. Jamison’s awareness of his attraction to Skye is exquisitely written. The teenagers’ emotions are captured beautifully and intelligently. The ending is satisfying but will leave you hungry for the next book, and L.L. Muir’s exceptional writing will keep you glued to every word."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014090568
  • Publisher: Lesli Muir Lytle
  • Publication date: 1/30/2012
  • Series: The Angels of Somerled , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 310
  • Sales rank: 311,535
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

L.L. Muir writes fiction between bowls of cereal. Currently, she writes Scottish & Regency historicals and paranormal fiction for both adult and young adult readers. She is represented by Cori Deyoe of Three Seas Literary Agency.

Her hobbies are:
*stalking kilt-wearers at the local Scottish Festival and Highland Games.
*making up stories about those kilt-wearers
*trying to get the men in her life to wear kilts
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  • Posted February 8, 2012

    Best Paranormal Romance since Beautiful Creatures!

    Can't wait to read more of this story. Blew me away that it stopped when it did! I sure hope this LL Muir writes FAST!

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