Little Red Gem

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A bitter sweet, foolhardy mission it is to want to know how much the boy you love loves you back. Ruby Parker, a sixteen year old singer in an all girl band, finds herself on such a mission and then there’s no going back, no matter how crazy that mission makes you. Making more of a mess in death than she ever did in life, she’ll do whatever it takes to find out how much Leo loved her. More

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About D L Richardson

D L Richardson writes speculative fiction. She has three young adult teen novels published and one short story anthology. Her first two YA novels The Bird With The Broken Wing and Feedback reached best seller status at OmniLit. Her third YA novel Little Red Gem was runner up on Paranormal Books Best Standalone YA book of 2013 and the book trailer was featured on USA Today website.

Upcoming works include Curious an omnibus of her three YA novels; an apocalyptic serialised science-fiction/fantasy trilogy; Fear of Falling Further the second volume of short stories, and Poison in the Pond a novella adapted from of a previously unpublished novel.

She lives in Australia on the south coast with her husband and dog. When she’s not writing she likes to read, play the piano or guitar, and walk her dog.

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Review by: Lynda Dickson on Dec. 30, 2014 :
Ruby Parker dies in a car crash after having a fight with her boyfriend, Leo, but she doesn't realize she's dead until she encounters her half-sister Audrey, who is able to communicate with her. With a bit of help from Audrey and a couple of cursed ghosts, Ruby sets out on a mission to find out if Leo really loved her.

This is a complex narrative full of interesting characters and back stories. Music, fantasy, and romance combine to create a magical story of young love. The author's musical background and talent shine through in the song lyrics, which are particularly poignant.

This is a sad, heart-wrenching book that will end up putting a smile on your face.

I really enjoyed this one.

I received this book in return for an honest review.

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