She’s fun and quirky. Hasn’t been on the market for long. She’s a love story first and foremost. A ghost tale–but not in a scary sense–secondly. Maybe a love triangle in some ways.
Her story is unique. She mixes the now (2010s) with the then (1980s). I didn’t realize how many things had changed until I sat down and made some comparisons. Whoa. There are elements of yin and yang. She has a hint of mythology about her to whet your curiosity. You might think she’s a little occult at times, but her religious references sort of round everything out.
Her drama stares at you with green-hazel eyes. Her love embraces you with a warm hug. Her laughs will brighten your day. She’s a fun girl with a few major issues, but don’t let that stop you. She’s worth a read.
This is my long, poetic, odd way of saying that my YA novel, Human Touch, is now and forever complete… and on her way to queries.