Krysta's Curse

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Krysta Richard's ability to talk to spirits is getting in the way of her social life. Just as the chemistry between her and her lab partner, Bryon, is about to ignite, a homicide detective asks her to summon a murder victim, her drunk father suddenly takes an interest in her life and her dead friends enlist her in a crusade to save their decrepit cemetery. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781466142732
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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Reviews

Review by: Raven Williams on Aug. 20, 2013 :
Where Don't Tell Mother focused on AJ and her story, Krysta's Curse focuses on Krysta. We find out more about her life and gift. We are given a greater understanding of how her gift affects her everyday life, her feelings, and desires. When she got angry, I got angry; when she cried, I cried. Tara West has a way of writing her characters that you just feel like you know them and want to help them. Another well written book by this author and as with the first two books, this book's ending is a transition to the next book in the Whisper series, Visions of the Witch.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Merissa Sheppard on Aug. 18, 2013 :
In the third book of the Whispers series we get to meet Krysta, the fashionista model-wannabe who so far through the series has seemed quite light-hearted and almost 'fluffy'. It just goes to show that your public face doesn't always match your private one. This book takes you 'behind the scenes' with Krysta and you see her innermost thoughts and the things she has to deal with on a daily basis. Trust me, if I thought she was fluffy before, I certainly don't know and I take my hat off to her for trying to live as normally as possible.

Her curse is that she can both see and interact with ghosts, which interferes somewhat with her social and study life which is hard enough when you are 14! I have to say that that out of the three gifts, I think after reading this book, that this is the one that I DON'T want. Some of this was downright eerie reading but was wonderfully written as I have come to expect.

Some twists and turns go on in this book and Krysta shows that to deal with all things, she has got a spine of steel. There is a lot of interaction with new characters in this book, not so much with AJ or Sophie, but trust me when I say that it worked!

This is a wonderful series that just keeps on getting better. Recommended!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: jodi brooks on June 05, 2013 :
I loved this book. It had me at the edge of my seat all the through. A must read and I highly recommend.

Without giving too many spoilers to the book,let me introduce you to Krysta.

She is the best friend to Sophie and AJ. Like them she has a powerful gift as well. They call her Ghost Whisper.Why because she can see and interact we both the dead.
Krysta has as a problem with two ghosts ,that will make you laugh,but that is the least of her problems.

You must read to see what happens and find out about her parents and her gift and how she helps ghosts in need.

Awesome book.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Sheri Kurtz on Feb. 04, 2013 :
Krysta's Curse is exciting and will keep you on the edge of your seat. Living the life of a teenage girl with a paranormal gift leaves you wanting more.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jordan Lu on Jan. 24, 2013 :
This book was great. I felt so sorry for Krysta. I almost cried at the very end.

*Spoilers*




I was happy when Krysta life started to come together at the end. It was great that she put something ahead of her self, sand that her mom was always there watching over her every step of the way.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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