- Kicking your boyfriend’s father’s butt might not be good for the relationship.
- Sometimes following your heart means breaking some rules.
- Getting trapped in a grave with three dead girls is not a walk in the park.
- Your parents breaking up sucks. Your mom having a boyfriend, and kissing him in front of you, sucks BIG TIME.
- When your boyfriend says one thing, but does another, what do you believe? His actions or his words?
- You can’t always protect the ones you love. Sometimes the only way to protect them is to tell them the truth—even if it hurts.
- When you are in love, you usually want to talk a lot more about your boyfriend than your girlfriends care to hear.
- You shouldn’t mess with magic if you don’t know what you’re doing. Especially when someone could end up sterile.
- Sometimes it is the little choices we make, and not the big ones, that define who we are.
- Be careful what you wish for or you might end up turning a bright shade of red in the boys’ bathroom.
Whispers at Moonrise (Shadow Falls #4)
A breathtaking new installment of the bestselling Shadow Falls series for young adults by rising star C. C. Hunter!
At a camp filled with vampires, werewolves, and fairies, Kylie Galen has always struggled to figure out what she is. Now she finally knows the truth—but she's left with more questions than answers. She doesn’t have a clue what her heritage means or how to harness her newfound powers. All she knows is that she needs to sort out her feelings for Derek, the sexy half-Fae who just confessed his love, and Lucas, her werewolf boyfriend who seems more committed to his pack than to their relationship. All the while, Kylie's dealing with a group of underground rogues who want her dead and a mysterious grandfather who makes it clear he doesn’t trust the FRU . . . or Shadow Falls. Soon Kylie will have to choose: Will she stay with the new family she’s formed at Shadow Falls, or will she leave with her grandfather and embrace her destiny?
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C.C. Hunter is a pseudonym. Her real name is Christie Craig and she also writes humorous romantic suspense romance novels for Grand Central. www.christie-craig.com