Title: Supernatural Six
Authors: Allie Burton, Brenda Pandos, Elle Casey, Juli Alexander, L.G. Castillo, Tawny Stokes
Publication date: November 1st 2013
Genres: Supernatural, Young Adult
Secret powers, genies, mermaids, angels, vampires and demons. There's something for every paranormal enthusiast. Supernatural Six brings you six novels from six authors who know how to raise the stakes and tame the darkness.
Duality by Elle Casey (New York Times Bestselling Author) - Malcolm's had a problem for as long as he can remember. No matter where he goes or what he does, he leaves misery in his wake. But then Rae shows up in his life, and everything changes. Darkness cleaves to light. Anger yields to joy. The question is whether she'll be his salvation or his destruction.
Three Wishes by Juli Alexander - Not every seventeen-year-old girl works part time granting wishes, but when you're a genie, you have obligations. Jen finally gets a shot as a drummer in her brother's band. Just when it's looking good for her, Leo Fuller shows up, and this bad boy genie's after more than just her drummer gig.
Atlantis Riptide by Allie Burton - Teen runaway Pearl craves anonymity, but when she saves a toddler from drowning she draws attention to her special water skills. Unknown to her, a war rages under the ocean and each side wants to use her powers for their cause. Pearl must choose her own destiny - ignore the churning seas or swim into battle.
Lash by L.G. Castillo - Banished angel Lash seeks to redeem himself by protecting Naomi, a woman who has lost her faith. But when danger threatens - and his passion for her swells - will he choose his cherished home or his heart?
The Emerald Talisman by Brenda Pandos - Julia Parker would trade her ability to feel others emotions in a heartbeat, especially half the boys in school. When a vampire hunter rescues her before she's devoured by a bloodthirsty stalker, Julia discovers no one is safe. Unsure how to help, she seeks the advice of a psychic, only to find out she alone is the key to stopping the madness, problem is it'll require her rescuer's life.
Static by Tawny Stokes - Salem, a teenage groupie for the punk band Malice, gets more than she bargained for after a night of partying with the band - a headache, a stomachache and a sickness that's turning her into something inhuman. Only Trevor, the roadie, can help her navigate her new world of danger, darkness, and love.
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Excerpt from Duality by Elle Casey
My name is Malcolm. For as long as I can remember I've brought nothing but misery to those around me. Pain. Sadness. A loneliness so bone-deep it smothers any thoughts of joy or hope that might try to seep in from reality.
I don't do this on purpose. In fact, I'd do anything to change it, this effect I have on people. Some kids might think they want to be an agent of darkness, so they dress up in black clothes and dye their hair and do drastic things to their wardrobes, shocking people with their angry, outlandish attitudes. But if they were to walk a day in my shoes, they'd change their minds in a second. They'd join the Latin club and study hard and do everything they could to make their parents proud. No one truly wants to be me; they just think they do.
I call myself that - the agent of darkness - but I don't really know what I am or what my problem is. What I do know is that it's real and it's nothing I can control
...I'm just Rae. And for as long as I can remember, I've had this problem. It follows me everywhere like a faithful dog at my heels. People who get near me become happy. Too happy. They become so full of joy, they eventually get to the point that they can't not be around me. And in their need to be close, they get too close. They smother me. They scare me. They become a danger to everyone.
Or at least, that's what my dad thinks. The problem is, he suffers as much as the strangers do from the effects of being in my presence. He thinks he's just being a protective, loving father, but I know the truth. He's under my thrall. He can't be without me, just like my mom can't. Just like the kids at my last school and the one before it and the one before that one...
The only thing keeping my parents from homeschooling me on an island in the middle of nowhere is my threat that I'll leave them. It's a threat I have to reissue every time they pull me from another school. Eight times in the last three years, I've stared my parents in the face and warned, "If you don't enroll me in a public school somewhere, I'm going to disappear and you'll never see me again. Ever."
And so they enroll me, because they have no choice.
Neither of them wants me to leave. In fact, they both believe they'd die if I ever did. It's been a burden of mine that I've been unable to shake, try as I might, since I was old enough to understand what was going on. I hate to say this even just to myself, but one of these days, I am going to leave. I'm going to disappear forever and never look back.
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