Lynette Ferreira is a young adult author who writes young adult novels. Her stories are epic adventures about first love, set mostly in supernatural worlds, and often dips its toes in a dark ocean of social issues.
Recycled Souls will appeal to lovers of clean romance, stories set in Ireland, reincarnation fiction and a feel-good ending.
★★★★★ I highly recommend this book and I cannot wait to read more from this talented author!
★★★★★ It's a wonderful and amazing book you'll think about after you finish.
★★★★★ This book will make you cry! I loved it!
★★★★★ This is one of those special ones, ones that have moments where you just have to put the book down to try to grasp what you've just read - and then re-read it - because it's just that good.
★★★★★ It was a really easy and enjoyable read and the whole concept of the story was great!
★★★★★ If you have ever lost someone you love, the story is a must read. This is a heart wrenching story that starts off a little too fast. I was afraid that there wouldn't be any character development but you do get to know and care for the characters in the story.
William is an epic saga, following the protagonist, William, a vampire pirate who meets Susanna and for her he will sacrifice everything. In France, in a dilapidated chateau, Susie finds love where she wasn't even looking. However, dangers lurk every where and Susie will do everything to keep the one she loves, more than herself, safe. The series is targeted at teens, young adults and adults young at heart. The books contain themes of death, loss and M/F romance (and lots of vampires).
A collection of tales to scare. Let the cold fingers of horror brush lightly across the nape of your neck, as your eyes drift to dark corners filled with moving shadows. Three scary stories of ordinary people in a world where nothing is ever quite what it seems.
Everything is exactly the same as before that day which she can now only vaguely remember. The day their school bus ran over the cliff. The day she and most of her fellow students ended up here. Sunel only wanted to play a little prank. She never considered the consequences.
Elizabeth has a crush on a boy and the day he notices her, her stepdad announces they are moving to a different country. She is devastated, but in Ireland, she meets Jared and meeting him knocks the air right out of her lungs and it is as if she had always know him. Through a series of events, some sad and some happy, Elizabeth comes to the place where she was always meant to be.
Chrissie Taylor receives a scholarship and her parents are happy and proud, and her father privately says that now she won't have to go to school with so many black kids but a black kid at the Academy catches her eye the moment she sees him.