Book four in the top 100 Amazon bestselling YA horror series, Mary Hades.
Sometimes our wildest dreams can become our wildest nightmares...
When a teenage girl commits suicide in Ashforth, the village is shocked. When more girls take their own lives, Mary and her friends realise there are dark forces at work.
While Mary tries to figure out why so many young girls are dying needlessly, she has to confront her own demons. She discovers a distraction in the charismatic man of her dreams. But can she trust this mysterious man, and what is it he wants from her?
Lacey finds herself protecting Willa from an unknown enemy. As she gets closer to the beautiful Willa, she begins drifting away from her best friend, Mary. When Mary appears to be losing her mind, it's Jack who must find a way to hold her together. Meanwhile, Lacey must make difficult choices when it comes to her relationship with Willa.
With strong language and some scary scenes, Haunt Me is best suited to those aged 16+.
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My Review: I couldn’t wait to read this one after finished Nocturnes. I am very happy that I did. This book is much different then the other books and I felt you really learn a lot more about Mary ...
I do not write reviews often, but this book and the Mary Hades Series has gotten me hooked!I can't think of much to say without giving away a lot of things but it was a quick, creepy read and I loved ...
Sarah grew up in the middle of nowhere in the countryside of Derbyshire and as a result has an over-active imagination. She has been an avid reader for most of her life, taking inspiration from the stories she read as a child, and the novels she devoured as an adult.Sarah mainly writes speculative fiction for a Young Adult audience and has had pieces of short fiction published in the Medulla Liter