Angela Fristoe


Canadian transplant in the US. Writing for sanity.

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Heal Me (A Touched Trilogy, #2)
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 80,040. Language: English. Published: March 25, 2013. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
Her sisters think Lily has the easy gift. Who wouldn't love to heal people with a touch? But all that pain has to go somewhere and Lily's the one taking it all in. Then someone close to her dies and Lily's life spins out of control. Desperate to feel something, she clings to her friend Micah. Then she begins falling for him and realizes healing others is easy. Healing herself is much harder.
Lie to Me (A Touched Trilogy, #1)
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 80,830. Language: English. Published: November 21, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
(5.00 from 1 review)
In Lies, Intention is Everything With a truth telling gift that's never worked, Phoebe Matlin accepted long ago that she was broken. Then one simple lie changes everything and suddenly the whisper of liar is ripping through her. Some lies, though, cover darker truths than Phoebe ever imagined. But knowing when someone is lying is the easy part. It's convincing everyone else that's the problem.

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  • Gravity on July 18, 2011

    There were a number of things I liked about this book, and a few things that bothered me. First I think that Ms. Boyd did a great job with the characters. Ariel is not some weakling, waiting to be rescued. She is on a mission to solve a mystery and, although she takes some silly risks, she doesn't wait around for her love interest to save or guide her. Her best friend Theo (who happens to be a girl) is nicely rounded out and seems to have things going on in her life besides Ariel. Henry (the love interest) could have been the cookie cutter mysterious guy, but Ms. Boyd manages to make him friendly, smart, and at times funny, with a bit of mystery thrown in. Ariel's age (15) was a bit hard for me to relate with. It's a personal preference I have, and even though the blurb (and story) clearly told me she was 15 I didn't really click into it until about half way, then I though "ah, that's why she acts like that". Ariel is 15 and acts it. The ending felt a bit rushed for me. There was a lot going on. I had no problem with the deaths that occur. That was staying true to the story, and although harsh, it wouldn't have been believable otherwise. I loved that it wasn't the typical happily ever after. I'm guessing Ms. Boyd is leaving it open for a sequel and I can't blame her for that.