Unhinged (The Haunting of Secrets, #2) by Shelley R. Pickens

“Unhinged is a very gripping read with a three-dimensional main character; the more I learned about her, the more I liked her.” Thank yo uso much Karen for the amazing, wonderful review and for sharing Aimee’s journey!

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I received a copy of this book (mobi format) in exchange for an honest review (member of Rosie’s Book Review Team).

My rating:  5  of  5  stars

(by Goodreads)

Aimee, the sixteen year old girl who can see your every memory with just one touch, is fresh out of the torture room after risking everything to capture a killer. Despite her instinct to avoid contact with others, she tries her best to find a new normal at school—perhaps even a boyfriend. But for those who are cursed, happiness and normality aren’t easy to obtain. A bizarre illness spreads like wildfire through the school and causes those around Aimee to lose their sanity before falling into a coma. Slowly, all the people she loves succumb to this strange disease.

Alone and terrified, she must use her curse to find a way to save her family and friends. As she…

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Author Confession #1

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I’ve decided to start confessing some of the quirkier things I do in the hopes that you writers/authors/bloggers out there will share some of your own! Do you feel the same way when you write? Those of you that write will know all of these confessions well, I’m sure.

I hope you enjoy and please add to the list in the comment section! I would love to know your confessions too!

Author Confession #1:

I can’t keep track of every character’s eye color. Do I keep notes? Sometimes 😉 But mostly I’m just too excited to get to my next explosion or murder that those small, albeit important details escape me.