Don't Tell Mother

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
AJ's mounting frustrations at home and school could turn her into a ticking time bomb. She knows the first step to solving her problems is to gain acceptance from her mother. Then AJ's green-haired boyfriend knocks on the door. AJ's ability to foretell the future is driving her and her mom further apart, and if she doesn't tell her mom about her horrible vision soon, her brother will die. More

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About Tara West

A former Texas high school teacher, Tara enjoyed coaching her writing team and even the hectic deadlines that came with running the school publications. After taking a break to raise her baby girl, Tara now works from home as a novelist and cover artist.

In her spare time, Tara loves to read, exercise and spend time with her family and friends. She contributes the cover art for her Whispers Series and has designed covers for over 500 other books. She’d love for you to visit her at www.tarawest.com or her blog at http://tarawestauthor.wordpress.com/ where you can check out her paranormal and fantasy books and sample her artwork.

Expect to see more of the Whispers Series and Keepers of the Stone saga soon.

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Review by: Raven Williams on Aug. 20, 2013 :
Don't Tell Mother is Book 2 in Tara West's Whispers series. This book focuses on AJ and we finally get to see what is really going on with AJ and her mother and the reason behind it. Since this is a YA genre book, it is not as long as most novels, but the perfect length for this genre. The plot moves nicely and it is a great way to spend an afternoon or evening. The ending leaves you wanting more and helps to transition from this book to the next in the series, Krysta's Curse.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Merissa Sheppard on Aug. 16, 2013 :
We've all had issues when we were growing up when we feel like one sibling gets more attention, gets away with more etc. But in AJ's case it certainly seems true. On top of this she has to deal with dreams that always come true and now a dream of someone dying but she doesn't actually know who.

Now AJ is one of the three that I didn't get with much in Book 1 as she came across as quite bolshey but this book tells her story with style. You learn about, and can then empathise with, AJ and her issues. She is so much more than just a "jock" but through this book she learns about herself and the relationship she has with her teammates, peers and people in general.

This book continues the journey started with Sophie and you understand not only more about AJ but the trio in general. Loving this series. Highly recommended to all Young Adult/Paranormal genre readers.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: jodi brooks on June 04, 2013 :
AJ is a typical teen with typical problems with her mother and brother, BF and school mates,except AJ has a gift of foresight/seeing into the future, and she is having dreams of some one dying,but WHO????

Her two best friends also have gifts,this is why they are BFF'S and she finds out from an unexpected visitor,that others close to her have gifts as well,but who and what ???

This book is a great read and has a lot of twists and turns in it. A must read and I highly recommend it.A can not put down read and I can not wait to read book 3 in the Whispers series,Krysta's Curse.

Tara West is a great YA writer. Just truly talented and amazing.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Kelly Garza on March 27, 2013 : (no rating)
A.J.has a paranormal ability and it is a doozy! she can see the future. Trouble with a mom who she fights with at every turn, annoying older brother who can do no wrong, a strange (to her family and friends) boyfriend, a vision she's in a race against time to prevent and two best friends who will stay by her side no matter what!! Has ALL the ingredients of a GREAT adventure!!!!! This is a MUST read!!!!!! Could not put down!!!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Sheri Kurtz on Jan. 12, 2013 :
This book was just as amazing as the first. I'm just itching to move on to the next one.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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