Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Laney moves across country to live with her aunt and uncle and one day decides to go running in the forest where she meets Gabe. They strike up a friendship and she discovers he and his brother have a mysterious disease. It haunts her as she tries to figure out what it could be as she and Gabe become close finding they have much in common. Not only do you find yourself loving  Laney and Gabe  but also Laney's aunt and uncle and with their opposite personalities they create a united perfect whole. Refuge is a great book with a paranormal feel and a fun read.

  Delve into all the suspense and secrets of this fun addicting read.

A young adult fantasy/romance set in North Carolina where the author Carole Rummage lives. "It is a clean romance for teens with a paranormal element." It is also the first in a series, The Dark Light Dance Trilogy.

Here is a brief description of the book:
Laney Lowell moved across the country to escape her past, not to fall in love. But when she becomes friends with Gabe, a handsome artist plagued by a mysterious disease, she’ll have to decide between facing his dark truth or walking away from him forever

This thrilling romance is full of twists that will keep you guessing to the last page.

Meet the Author:
I live in a little cottage in Garner, North Carolina, a small town just outside of Raleigh, with my husband, Tom. Our three children are grown and (mostly) gone, but our needy cat, Pepper, makes sure we’re not bored–especially as she likes to sit in front of the computer screen while I type. We have six grandchildren who keep all of us on our toes.
I may be a grandmother, but I’m young at heart. I love working with the youth and am only happier when I’m writing for them and about them. Along with the best career of all as a wife and a mother, I’ve been a personnel assistant, registered nurse, home-school teacher, local newspaper lady, and bookstore clerk. Now, I happily add writer to those. One of my favorite quotes is from George Elliott, “It’s never too late to be what you might have been.” I believe this applies not just to a writing career, but to everything in life. After all, succeeding at new things just takes faith and trust and a little bit of fairy dust…

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