The Forgotten Child (A Riley Thomas Mystery Book 1) – Melissa Erin Jackson

The dead can speak. They need her to listen.

Ever since Riley Thomas, reluctant medium extraordinaire, accidentally released a malevolent spirit from a Ouija board when she was thirteen, she’s taken a hard pass on scary movies, haunted houses, and cemeteries. Twelve years later, when her best friend pressures her into spending a paranormal investigation weekend at the infamous Jordanville Ranch—former home of deceased serial killer Orin Jacobs—Riley’s still not ready to accept the fact that she can communicate with ghosts.

Shortly after their arrival at the ranch, the spirit of a little boy contacts Riley; a child who went missing—and was never found—in 1973.

In order to put the young boy’s spirit to rest, she has to come to grips with her ability. But how can she solve a mystery that happened a decade before she was born? Especially when someone who knows Orin’s secrets wants to keep the truth buried—no matter the cost.

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The Light of Supremazia ((after)life lessons Book 1) – Alana (Siegel) Mag

An outcast teen. A supernatural academy. An evil spirit that wants revenge.

Jules Winklevoss attends a high school taught by the most brilliant minds in history. Imagine if Albert Einstein was your science teacher and John F. Kennedy was your social studies teacher...as if surviving high school wasn't hard enough! Jules can handle bullies and homework, but an academy run by spirits? She may be dead meat. Jules is determined to protect her family and keep herself alive, even if that means delving into the world of the dead.

The Light of Supremazia is the first installment in a YA fantasy series. If you like hidden worlds, fast-paced adventures, and teenage angst, then you’ll love Alana Mag’s series starter. Join the adventure today!

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See Me (Simply Supernatural Book 1) – Susan Hatler

Teenage artist Amy Love feels someone in the room with her, even if she can’t see them—the goosebumps and hair prickles on her neck don’t lie. The most popular boy in school finally asks her out and now a ghost is following her on the date? So unfair.

Finally unable to take it anymore, Amy confronts her invisible stalker only to have him jump into her body to communicate with her. He’s Jonathan Miller, the teenage son of a famous cartoonist, who was in a recent car crash. Jonathan has somehow lost touch with the corporeal world and needs Amy’s help.

In order to get her privacy back, Amy teams up with Jonathan to find out what went wrong for him. She’s the only one he can count on and, as they search for answers, he turns out to be the one person she can trust. Before too long, their friendship deepens and so do other feelings. But how can she be falling for a boy she’s never really seen and maybe never will?

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