Need❴Reading❵ ➶ Need Author Carrie Jones – Pain shoots through my head Fireworks Explosions All inside my brain The white world goes dark and I know what's about to happenZara White suspects there's a freaky guy semi stalking her She's also ob Pain shoots through my head Fireworks Explosions All inside my brain The white world goes dark and I know what's about to happenZara White suspects there's a freaky guy semi stalking her She's also obsessed with phobias And it's true she hasn't exactly been herself since her stepfather died But exiling her to shivery Maine to live with her grandmother That seems a bit extreme The move is supposed to help her stay sanebut Zara's pretty sure her mom just can't deal with her right nowShe couldn't be wrong Turns out the semi stalker is not a figment of Zara's overactive imagination In fact he's still following her leaving behind an eerie trail of gold dust There's something not right not human in this sleepy Maine town and all signs point to ZaraIn this creepy compelling breakout novel Carrie Jones delivers romance suspense and a creature you never thought you'd have to fear. UPDATE 6919 Original Review Below Me Coming back and re reading this review that I wrote while reading an online version of this book at a point in time when I was 17 home from school sick delirious with fever and not sleeping like I was supposed to be haha lolzMe Getting to the bottom and noticing there's 100 likesoh no what have i doneSeriously tho guys thnx for the likes This wasnot an intentionally funny review and was very critical and unprofessional in my fever haze state butI guess it plays XDORIGINAL REVIEW FROM FEBRUARY 10 2014 NEEDBECAUSE YOU NEED TO BURN THIS BOOKI knew there was going to be trouble when I started getting Twilight flashbacks in chapter one girl has awkward family situation She moves to someplace cold Where it’s really cold She probably should have put on a better jacket but she’s not used to that because she used to live somewhere warmer And now it’s cold Because of awkward weather situations she’s also given a new car well Bella’s wasn’t new but whatever Same intent Did I mention it’s cold? FUN FACT The word ‘cold’ is mentioned eleven times within the first chapter Just in case you forgot Zara is a pity me but I will still save the world type of character She is so noble in fact that we need to be told that she’s going to try and save the world several times in the first chapter Because that must be really important She also sadly cannot differentiate between Stephen King novels and Harry Potter Sad day Zara sad dayPlus she has a name that makes it sound like she’s already a fairy herself Not that I’m judgingnot at allEDIT For those of you who have not read my reviews before you probably aren't aware of an on going rant I seem to be caught up in and that's the idea that a lot of AmericanBritish authors like to pick exotic sounding names for their white characters This isn't supposed to be taken as an insult against people named Zara in general but the fact that Zara is a typical Bella Sue character with a name from another culture and there is 0 explanation as to why she would be named that other than it's different and interesting than naming her Sara which is the name Zara is derived from The name IS in fact odd considering her CHARACTER If she was actually a different ethnicity it would make much sense Thank you to the two Goodreads members who pointed out to me in the comments that this point might not be made clear enough on its own Although I will judge her on the fact that she believes that people only wear boots when it’s cold up in Nowheresville Well I’m proud to say that up here in Wisconsin I’ve been wearing boots since October And yes yes they are these tiny brown and black little boy boots with thick lace up strings and everything No UGGs for me Basically take this picture Then make it a size zero THAT is my fashion sense And I like it thank you very muchAnd Zara wears prissy shoes So though it gives her character I suppose it does not score her any points with me I believe common sense generally dictates that when there is snow you should wear boots But that’s just me Anyways Zara with the odd name of course meets a nice hunky guy while pulling into the school lot A guy who is an athlete already knows who she is and actually stops to say hi and whatever Of course And comments on the fact that she should be wearing boots As a high school senior I have learned by now that rare is the teenage boy who would do any of these things And he WALKS her IN to the SCHOOLCan you purchase one of these boys? Possibly at Pick ‘n Save? Then we must have the immediate run in with the hair flippin’ bitch archetype Because apparently her character is a necessity to the plot uestion mark? And we’ll call her a Barbie Because that’s very original And their little insult exchange? Teen girls nowadays aren’t even a uarter that straight forward they would never say those sorts of things in front of an adult and since the schools systems have initiated the War on Bullying being caught in this sort of predicament would bring down the counselor suad right away Anyways all I’ll say about the rest of Zara’s introduction to her new school is “hey ‘sup Welcome to Coldville Coldstown where everyone is an archetype to fit perfectly into your budding heroine needs Welcome welcome welcome Bella Zara We will all stop our lives to pay attention to YOU” STOP THE PRESSES FOLKS GOT A NEW HEADLINE ZARA WHITE IS HEREAlso like Bella these kids apparently find all their information on the internet Can I also purchase websites that give me answers to everything?Basically I can’t handle the energy of writing a full review while being sick So I’m just going to list of a bunch of ridiculousness in this book Days off in cross country Can I get a day off in cross country? The only times we didn’t have practice were Sundays And that’s it And apparently everyone believes in pixies and stalkers and weirdness and are ALL cool with it Because that makes sense While we’re at it can I get an express elevator to Middle Earth? Everyone good with that?Do all libraries have fairy encyclopedias? Mine sure doesn’t Trust me on this I checked UPDATE I’d put a page number but I can’t because this is an online version I borrowed from the library With no page numbers I should have guessed And I think I did Stalker fairy needs Zara for bloodline purposes We love having babies in the paranormal romance part of the world Yes yes there IS a paranormal romance part of the world All cold places like Russia Washington and Maine I guess poor old Wisconsin just got left out of the loop Again can I order that express elevator? 32% through the book “Do you think she knows?” Devyn asks “Knows?” “About the pixies?” I imagine Betty with her gruff flannel shirts and her fact gathering nature “No way” TEN BUCKS SAYS BETTY KNOWS 33% through the book They found a note that says “Don’t fear Here there be tygers 157” Uh oh Tygers is spelled with a ‘y’ Ray Bradbury and a William Blake reference Sht’s about to go down folks 34% Zara given iron bracelets FairiesbraceletsShts goin’ down fo sho35% Apparently if you know army time you are a geek Hey guys it’s official now I’m a geeeeeeeeeeeeekkk Also Zara doesn’t finish dinner And it’s spaghetti This girl is weird Oh and then she goes running To find a pixie So she’s stupid too37% “It sounds so stupid”That’s because it WAS stupid Zara dear Pixie hunting in the dark by yourself is very VERY stupid43% PREDICTION Nick is crazy fairy dude Or a werewolf Take yer pick Or I’ll even broaden it and say ‘were’ something Just to give it a better shot Wait I change my mind Certainly a were something 45% Waita buncha teenage guys keep on going missing in this specific town in a very specific area? And the US Marshalls aren’t there yet? 46% ”I’m not most girls” says Zara Nope; just like every other YA heroine in the world But that’s okay You’re still an individual ”I’m not into pity parties” Shakes head sadly Yes you are Zara Yes you really are Also Zara wants to know why it’s cold in Maine Compared to the south? Possibly because it’s further north Just spitballin’ here Could be wrong49% Waitshe can’t tell Stephen King apart from Harry Potter but she can uote Nietzsche? 51% Zara is stupid Zara hears a pixie calling her Zara goes out into the woods Zara hears a dog out alone in the woods The dog is hurt Zara miraculously makes it back to her house 20 says the dog is Nick I really want to make some money offa this thing I think I deserve it55% I WAS RIGHT ON BOTH BETS KILI WINS YOU LOSE I JUST MADE 30 MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAWait who’s gonna pay me?56% Zara previously correctly guesses that the dog is a werewolf But when the dog disappears and she’s left with a naked guy in her house she somehow can’t put the pieces together that naked Nick is the werewolf Hence there WAS no dog Zara is stupid 64% Screw pixies Zara STILL can’t get over the fact that Maine is cold She should try living in Wisconsin with cold urticaria 67% Pixies start to invade the house and Zara thinks that the voice outside that sounds like her dead dad is actually her dead dad Obviously not dead Apparently Zara has never read Spiderwick Also Zara is stupid Well at least she doesn’t let him in At least she figures it out just in time At least she is the luckiest person alive 74% On a pixie hunt Let’s stop what we’re doing have a snowball fight and kiss each other Sounds good? Ambush? Worry about an ambush? What are you crazy or something? Pixies can’t come out during the day HahahaWhoops Except for when the “need is great” Remember that bit? I sure did 77% The name Zara means princess? Well Sarah means “God’s princess” Ha I win Also Megan and Ian are pixies Well that explains a lot 79% The end of this book is just like TwilightWait 79%? It’s not over yet?? What are they going to do kiss for the last 20%? 81% OhI get it now Must rescue the mother now Okay Fine then 95% Which IS actually the end of the book because I guess they count the author bio page and sneak peeks or whatever as the last 5% Wait what?I just realized absolutely NOTHING happened in this entire book 306 pages of NOTHING HAPPENING That was very boring That was very annoying I’m not sure why in the world I just wasted an hour reading it WHY? WHY??? Oh wait I’m sick And sort of delirious Yep it all makes sense now Review mostly finished GIFs to come And a rant on a serious lack of good YA villains because that's just one of my favorite complaints to make in the world Probably I randomly picked up this book at the library I had seen it at Borders at least a dozen times and I needed a book so I decided to check it outOkay let start off with the basic plotZara a once popular and happy girl living in Charleston watches her father die of a heart attack on their kitchen floor Feeling depressed and dead inside her mother forcibly sends her to Maine to live with her grandmother because somehow solitary confinement will help her cope There she makes a whole bunch of new friends and enemies as soon as she steps in the door literally and she acuires a 'powerful' stalker She is surprised to find out that pixies and weres exist and her stalker is actually the King Pixie She is also shocked to find how her family has ties to the age old battle between the pixies and the weres She has to fight along side her new best friends to help save the world and save herself from becoming the ueen PixieNow that that's over let's talk about my opinionAll right One word to describe this book stupid You could actually use pointless too This book felt like a complete waste of time and it took every inch of my willpower to finish it up Halfway through the book I was about to throw it against the wall or something Talk about unoriginal and forced Whew This book was obviously written for the Twilight crew for the two books greatly resembled each other and that is definitely not a good thing Anyways let's break it down into elementsNegative ElementsThe Plot I've seen this plot time and time again Girl with tragic past moves to new town Girl makes a boatload of new friends and is torn between two unrealistically hot guys Girl gets into trouble through her own stupidity that is somehow portrayed as courage Helpless girl gets beat up a little but not so much as to distort her pretty features and is saved by her love With the help of her awesome friends the bad guy is defeated Girl ends up with hunkiest guy That was the plot no joke It was so predictable so boring The ending however is what really made me uncomfortable Way to make the bad guy look like a wimp and set up a boring ending Ms JonesThe Characters I thought the characters especially the main one were extremely annoying and unoriginal Zara is a perfect embodiment of Mary Sue She was too perfect and idealized by the other characters Nothing is wrong with being liked by others but it is a problem when you're loved by all and don't have a personality Her lack of flaws stupidity and neediness alone was enough to drive me insane Continuing the trend of current YA novels she was way too dependent on Nick She couldn't live without him couldn't stop thinking about him etc The other characters were also perfect in pretty much every way; they only had a few obviously placed flaws The antagonists were wimps who were too stupid for their own goodThe Romance Gosh talk about corny The romance between Nick and Zara was completely fake Nick of course was REPEATEDLY as in throughout the entire freakin' book described by Zara as having bulging muscles smooth skin dreamy eyes a washboard stomach a Mediterranean tan ultra soft lips luscious hair manly scruff blah blah and blah Their so called chemistry was based solely on looks not what really counts All Zara talked about was how cute Nick was groan As for Nick he was a flawless hunk whose only goal in life was to protect Zara Ha ha sound familiar?The Believability Okay I know it's a story about Pixies and Weres but come on The author could have made it at least a little bit believable Everyone was so calm about finding out the pixies and weres actually existed If I moved to a new town and some people I barely knew told me these types of things existed I would contact a mental institute Zara was just like Pixies? Like no way Like they actually exist? I totally believe you Everyone was so matter of fact It was annoying Obviously this was done to bypass the time needed to create an exceptional novel This book if you can ever call it that was a money maker and nothing else The author did not write to selflessly put her imaginary world on paper she wrote to exploit this generation's young adults and cash in a huge profitThe Dialogue Forced and lacked meaning The entire dialogue was full of bad sarcasm stupid commentsuestions and cheap romance Need I explain ?Positive ElementsThe Phobias The ONLY thing I enjoyed about this book was Zara's hobby chanting all the phobias Every chapter was titled a phobia and Zara was constantly describing them I enjoyed reading them and finding out what they meant I especially loved the long ones that I couldn't pronounceAll in allI found this book to be a waste of time and I don't recommend it to anyone Feel free to disagree with me but this is one of the worst books I've ever read I hated how the not so evil villains acted and how all the females were portrayed as useless damsels It was uncomfortable and uninteresting Read it if you dare ; I'd give this book 25 stars if I could The beginning starts off a little strange We're not given much description and we pretty much live inside Zara's head There's a lot of dialogue and inner monologue and while it's uick to read it's just not as engaging as it could have been Plus Zara's obsessions with phobias is a little odd and it's never really explained why or how she remembers them allAt first I was thinking that this was going to turn out to be a typical teen book with all the cliches but there were enough surprises along the way that I could look past the shortcomings of the novel The characters are developed well enough even though most are pretty much standard fare for any teen novel; the mean blond pretty popular girl the hot mysterious guy that falls for the awkward girl awkward girl's slightly awkward friend with bonus handicapped boyfriend I was a little disappointed that the author stuck to these less than creative roles but it didn't kill my interest in the storyZara's step dad dies and her Mom sends her to Maine to live with her Grandmother Betty Zara is used to North Carolina weather so she constantly complains about the snow ice and cold temperatures Since I live in Michigan I can sympathize but Zara whines about it excessivelyZara is being stalked by a man and her friends set out to find out who or what he is With one day of research they come upon the idea that he's the Pixie King I'm not sure how they come up with this I don't know if you can do a Google search for stalker man following pointing fast and come up with Pixie King as a result but they did it somehow Zara doesn't even mention the gold dust that she sees which would have been a valuable search keyword so I'm not sure how they arrive at this conclusionOnce Zara figures out what's going on in the town and about who's following her the story really picks up In fact it picks up so fast that it's over before you know it The fight between Zara and the Pixie King is anti climatic and pretty much the first plan she comes up with works on the first try Zara accepts the fact that pixies are real and comes up with the plan to defeat them so uickly that it's kind of absurd Plus the way she defeats them is so hypocritical since she's constantly spouting off about Amnesty International and how people that are falsely imprisoned need the help of letter writing teens which was also another weird obsession that Zara hadI know there's a second book coming out but I can't stand it when an author plans for that I'm going to read it but I hope I enjoy it than I did Need I like the characters and the world but I think the pixies got a raw deal in the end and I hope we get to learn about them My reviews of Captivate Need #2 and Entice Need #3 Zara White is sent to live with her grandmother in Maine after her father dies and she falls into a deep depression Living with her grandmother and being thrown into the middle of a mystery disappearing teenage boys and a stalker – not to mention the attentions of several cute boys – seems to perk her up a bit Throw in some elements of the supernatural and you have yet another Twilight wanabee With werewolves and pixies fae and blood drinking this may appeal to fans of Stephenie Meyer’s books andor those who like Melissa Marr This book has an intriguing cover – gold dusted lips set in a pale face with the branches of a winter dead forest creeping up the figure’s neck The story just wasn’t very good though The whole thing feels sloppy and thrown together like Carrie Jones scooped up the elements that make a “Supernatural Teen Story” and blended them up any which way ok if I’m honest it reads exactly like the crack baby lovechild of Twilight and Wicked Lovely Zara and the other characters are superficial and their conversations are almost painful to read They can’t seem to figure out or remember who they are either from one page to the next The pixies aren’t all that well developed – Zara’s biological father is their king and we don’t get to know them at all except for their baser instincts which are leading them to prey on humans And everyone is remarkably matter of fact about the presence of werewolves were eagles and weretigers There’s just not enough depth to any part of this story to make it good – everything is glossed over except for these meaningless dialogues between Zara and her friends that seem to make up the bulk of the novel This did not in any way rock my socks Alas I’m a fantasy junkie so of course I absolutely devoured Need in one setting I could not put it down When I first read the synopsis for the book I was instantly intrigued It sounded like something right down my alley and it ended up being much than I anticipated I had a few things pegged before they happened Slight Spoiler Alert I mean how could you not with these context clues“ wolfs down one of those lunch room cheeseburgers”“ could huff and puff and blow my house in”Then there was another about hair falling over eyes like a dog hmmm not to mention all the talk about werewolves End of Spoiler AlertBut it didn’t bother me that I had it figured out Because there was a great deal that surprised me That sly Carrie Jones she had me so fixated figuring out what I already new I didn’t see what was coming The character’s were wonderfully developed and three dimensional The plot was intense It definitely kept me turning the pages Driven by my own need I just had to know There were a few minor details that bothered me Which I’ll refrain from divulging because unfortunately that would be a huge spoiler Sorry It was story telling at it’s finest Well if you like elements of fantasy suspense romance and mystery in your novels as I do I really enjoyed Jones’s writing and will definitely continue to pick up her novels One would need a tremendous amount of willing suspension of disbelief to believe the events in this book I mean I GET that it's fiction and paranormal fiction at that but oh man the heroine is so TSTL it's unbelievable Things are just too easily believed in the book to be credible Her friends tell her pixies exist and Zara is like No They can't possiblyOh ok so maybe they do in the span of like 2 seconds Please Dis bookAlright so working in a bookstore sometimes you come across some pretty ridiculous looking books Beach Vampire anyone? But as a child of the early 90's my threshold for cheese can be pretty high I love The Lost Boys and all the Living Dead movies and sometimes if the moon is high in the sky and the stars align I can find a teen horrorparanormal book that I can enjoy in an eually cheesy fashion Picking up and sifting through all of these books day after day I could only wonder if one of these books might not be the next milk based jackpot One day I mentioned this to a coworker and was surprised to find that she too felt the same way So putting our heads together we devised an ingenious plan to be able to read our way through these and still keep our dignity intact The Bad Teen Book Book Club Perfect We would both take turns picking the worst of the worst and would read them together secretly enjoying some spurning others and if any of our coworkers asked we could always respond with a roll of the eyes and say Oh yeah we're trying to outdo each other on the bad book scale I didn't really want to read this one but you see she insisted And so with the plan in place we marched foreword and in the process found some comedic gold some unexpected favorites but mostly just bland boring teen litAnd then one day we picked up thisIt was amusing for awhile to talk about this one at work and watch other's reactionsMe So I got to the part where the villain is leaving sparkles everywhereFellow Conspirator I nearly laughed my ass off How on earth ?Me If I saw some dim wit pointing at me and then leaves sprinkles on the ground I'd think it was an escaped mental patient with a penchant for glitter not a pixy king out to woo meFC That pretty much sums it up right there doesn't it?But soon even the novelty of that wore off as the looks on others faces suddenly went from baffled horror to straight up disgust I found myself suddenly reluctant to be seen in public holding the thing I had the vague unpleasant sensation of being seen with slightly seedy porn I took to covering the thing up with a stack of old Subway napkins when I left it in my car between lunch breaks terrified someone might see it and know that I was in possession of fairy incest wish fulfillmentThis book can best be summed up by World Stupidest Teenagers meet World's Stupidest VillainZara is being haunted by a dark and brooding figure who follows her across state lines to her new home This dark and evil creature stares at her across great distances and points at her before vanishing No really that's it He also leaves massive amounts of glitter in his wake but how that's supposed to be frightening is beyond me Zara instantly makes new friends at school and upon hearing her plight of woe about some stranger's pointer finger INSTANTLY jump on the idea that he must be a malevolent supernatural force A uick trip to their handy dandy neighborhood library that just HAPPENS to have ancient tombs on fairy lore handy reveals that Zara is being haunted by a Pixy King which almost makes me feel sorry for the girl since she isn't even being haunted by a real fairy It's like she got downgraded before the story even began Also in the book are the ever memorable lines of I shit you not 'it's pretty rare for a pixy king to be interested in someone so you should be flattered it also means you're probably not 100% human'Weeee lookee me I'm Carrie Jones Writing a book is easy Got any other fantastically easy ways to get the plot along with minimal effort that will solve all your writing problems that you can push out you lazy excuse for an author? Anyway I made it to the point where Zara starts arguing with her car after naming it Yoko and gave up The situations were sloppily drawn the characters little than tools to keep the bland plot moving and the incest implications than unfortunate I also found all the political stuff vaguely insulting since it's handled in such a sitcom 7th heaven type way that it seems to cheapen rather than raise awareness to the various causes the author seems to be trying to promoteMy friend stuck it out as per rules of our agreement that whomever picked the book must finish it What she told me of the plot after that did to horrify rather than inspireBONUS TIMEAlso the I look at this cover the one has to wonder If glitter is the calling card of the bad guy and he only leaves it on the ground whenever he makes an appearance how on earth did it get all over her lips like that? Is she sucking it up off of the ground? IDK I give up Since the recent death of her beloved stepfather Zara has been accumulating phobias like some people collect stamps She’s pretty much afraid of everything Zara’s mother worried for her sends Zara to live with her grandmother believing that Zara will be safer in that cold and isolated state of Maine Zara is upset she hats the cold and misses her home in Charleston And then there’s also that mysterious guy that Zara keeps seeing everywhere the one that leaves nothing but glittery gold dust behind It turns out that he’s real—and a threat He’s a pixie and not one of those cute little things that flit around flowery gardens but one who’s controlled by his horrible needs—needs that are causing boys to disappear needs that are haunting Zara’s new home once again needs that are causing Zara’s phobias to pile up at an unprecedented rate And Zara is about to find out just where she fits into this dangerous pixie taleI know they say not to judge a book by its cover but with one look at this one I knew I was hooked even before I read the summary Zara is such an interesting character; there is something so sweet about how she wants to save the world yet at the same time her self sacrificing tendencies make her vulnerable I thought Zara’s character was extremely well developed and realistic as well She constantly struggled between what was imaginary versus what was actually real I was also impressed that the other characters weren’t just flat and uniform; Nick and Zara’s Gram were characterized especially well But although the characters were pretty extraordinary the plot was even better Need has all the essential elements such as mystery fantasy danger and romance to keep the story suspenseful The only thing I didn’t really like was that the plot slowed before I felt the climax was reached Need was an incredible book with the perfect combination of plot and characters that keep me needing to turn those pages until the very endI initially thought it a little ambitious for the book to say it appeals to fans of Stephenie Meyer and Melissa Marr because they are truly phenomenal writers but now that I’ve read Need I have to agree Fans of the paranormal from Meyer’s Twilight and Marr’s Wicked Lovely to Tantalize by Cynthia Leitich Smith and The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong we well as most reluctant readers won’t be able to set Need downreposted from I have a few good things to say about Need If you are an aspiring psychologist or psychiatrist thinking of specializing in phobias well – this is the book for you Need is a great vocabulary builder Instead of numbered chapters each chapter is named after a phobia with its definition below So you get to learn great and useful words likePhobophobia – a fear of phobiasAutophobia – a fear of yourselfCacaphobia – a fear of uglinessToo bad there isn’t a word for fear of dull reads – dullreadophobiaNeed was an unsatisfying read Many times I had a sense of déjà vu I’ve read this story before somewhere I don’t think it is fair to compare to other books but as I was reading this I had this “same old same old” thought in my headZara grieving after the sudden death of her father is sent to live with her grandmother Betty in rural Maine Zara gets the use of the sensible Subaru goes to the local high school makes a few friends and has two boys vying for her attention Oh yes there is a stalker and a warning to stay indoors at night Zara is a smart articulate young woman Yet she has absolutely no sense of self preservation Everyone warns her to stay in she goes out jogging at night on rural roads Who does this? Rural roads are not for night jogging PixiesHere’s where I had a problem with this book I just can’t imagine a pixie as a threat I just can’t picture them as human sized and dangerous Pixies need blood? Pixies leave sparkly gold dust on the snow? They just don’t have the same cachet as vampires and werewolves do There was a little excitement in the book but I felt that it came too little too late The resolution was just too easy I understand that there is a seuel to this book I think I’ll pass What a strange book So here's this teenage girl named Zara who memorizes phobias just for the hell of it She chants them when she is nervous It calms her down It was interesting at first You know to be aware of so many bizarre phobias out there However it got simply annoying and it wouldn't relate to anything in the story They were so random Then there's this Mary Sue Gary Stu? of a love interest named Nick who is macho huge unbelievably good looking and just glides through ice with this feet It's really because he wears boots like a sensible human being not heels like the silly girl so gracefully He's basically very controlling and very Edwardish Very EdwardishThen there's this seemingly BA grandmother named Betty White LOL Betty White She knows karate I believe She's very fit And she talks like a 20 year old woman She claims that she will kick anyone's butt if they mess with her only grandaughter That's utterly silly Since when were grandmothers that BA? Or is it just that I am stuck with a mean gossipy Indian one and I cannot do anything about it?Then there are these really annoying weird characters that made me cringe That Issie girl that made me want to choke someone That Ian guy that existed for no reason And Megan the evil jealous witch That's purrty much it peeps I just couldn't finish this

Need MOBI ¿ Hardcover
  • Hardcover
  • 306 pages
  • Need
  • Carrie Jones
  • English
  • 08 November 2016
  • 9781599903385