From Darrell Award Finalist and Book Country's About the Book Runner-Up author Andrea Murray
The Vivid Trilogy takes readers on a twisting adventure that fans of superheroes will devour.
Sixteen-year-old Vivian Cartwright fears her power and its connection to her mother's murder.
Vivian only wants a normal life, a chance to graduate high school, hang out with her friend Abby, and find a cute boy to break her heart. However, her extraordinary abilities leave her feeling like a mutant supervillain instead of a normal teenager. From electricity to brain waves, Vivian can control energy, but after watching her mother die at the hands of a mysterious man who seemed to be seeking her for those abilities, she has kept her power a secret from everyone except her guardian, Charlotte, who has hidden both Vivian and her paranormal gift.
Tucked away in a small town, Vivian and her secret are safe until she defends herself at school using her power. After this first use of her gift in many years, Vivian's power seems to take on a mind of its own, drawing her inexplicably to Easton, a new boy in her school, while giving her dreams of her mother's death and the man associated with it.
In her desire to unlock her past, Vivian is forced to use her supernatural gift over and over. With each use, Vivian fears she is losing control and discovers her powers are growing—maybe too much—bringing her unknowingly closer to her mother's murderer.
About the Author
Andrea Murray doesn’t consider herself a writer. Instead, she thinks of herself as a teacher with a writing problem. Though she began writing as a kid, Andrea didn’t become serious about it until 2010 when a group of students inspired her to write her first novel. Before beginning her adventures in education, she was a part-time janitor, secretary, factory worker, cashier, and waitress (but only for three days).When not teaching junior high English, she writes editorial book reviews or reads historical and paranormal romances. Besides reading, she’s a television addict and devote WAY too many hours to it.
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