As if I don’t have enough to deal with. . .
It’s crazy enough to find out, the hard way, that you are not who you thought you were.
But to have that kind of bombshell dropped on you, and then — to have your Dad ditch you — leaving you to figure stuff out all by yourself, with a Mom you can’t tell anything about what’s going on. . . and school enemies lurking around unexpected corners.
I mean. . . come on. It’s summer!
Between trying to keep a tight grip on my sanity, not to mention my new crazy alien powers, dealing with Ashley and her band of terrible teens, not knowing if I still have a best friend or not is just the straw I do not need to be saddled with this summer.
Is it any wonder I feel like I just might lose it any second! And if I do. . . well, keeping the secret from Mom will be the least of my problems!
Book two of the Tales of a Teenage Alien Human Hybrid series.
“This story is a wonderful blend of humor, mystery and sci fi. The theme of “Where do I belong?” will resonate with teens, especially those who have felt unloved and unwanted. Readers will be eager for the next installment!”
~ Dana Mentink, national bestselling fiction author
“A coming-of-age story for anyone who has ever felt out of place or estranged among the world around them. Admit it… we’ve all felt like aliens among our peers at one point or another.”
~ Rachel L Miller, co-author of The Adventures of Sophie Kitty
“Engaging and full of suspense, JC’s work keeps me on the edge of my seat … from the first paragraph, I found myself unable to put down the story until the very last word.”
~ Naomi Miller, co-author of The Adventures of Sophie Kitty
“JC Morrows builds suspense and an ominous setting that will leave you eager to read more.”
~ A.J. Cattapan – author of the YA novel Angelhood
“JC Morrows grabs your attention on the first page and doesn’t let go until you come to the end. All her books leave you wanting and ready to read the next in the series. Enjoy!”
~ Toni Shiloh, author of Grace Restored
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