TERRY LEE WILDE
March 4, 2009
The Wild Rose Press
Rating: 4 Cups
Deidre has always had glimpses of the future but never as clear or as often as they are now. Something changed as soon she turned sixteen and she has to make sure her parents do not find out. But that is not her only problem. How can she stop the cute new boy from thinking she is weird, when she is weird? How many other kids can see something before it happens?
Mark Cummings is new to the school and soon finds himself interested in the ‘witch’ he has some classes with. He soon convinces Deidre to confide in him and he has no reason to disbelieve her when she saves his uncle from making a stupid and dangerous mistake.
Deidre and Mark work together to help his uncle prove he is not the bad guy and there are bank robbers living on the next street. Unfortunately, they soon find they are not the only ones watching. Someone is watching Deidre as well.
Mark is such a strong character and so devoted to Deidre if only we could all find such love so young. Deidre hates her ‘gift’ but her determination to help is a delight to watch. Ms Wilde has given us a wonderfully sweet romance that will interest adults as well as the teenagers it was written for.
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