Wilson Doherty is the writing team of NORAH WILSON and HEATHER DOHERTY. Norah is published in romantic suspense, cozy mystery and soon paranormal romance. Heather is published in literary, and writes children's and young adult literary. Together they write exciting young adult paranormal stories under the extremely imaginative pseudonym WILSON DOHERTY.
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Ashlyn is crushed to have to move to Prescott Junction, Maine, where nothing happens. Except apparently for a ghost train that rolls through. Ashlyn scoffs at the idea…until she sees it herself. Then there’s the old radio in the basement that reports events yet to happen, and which tells her she’ll board the ghost train. Ashlyn will need her new friends as she faces down the evil conductor.
Chthonic City is anxious, sleepless, plagued by violence. Why? Because people are dreaming of demons among them. In fact, demons ARE rising. But these demons are not unopposed. In a crumbling church, an ancient Guardian watches and waits. And as the threat builds, he summons Gatekeepers – teenagers all – whose job it is to dream down into the Chthonic to slay the demons before they can rise.
This series of four books follows the trials and adventures of three girls who couldn't be more different from each other—Alex the pierced scenester; Maryanne the wholesome; and Brooke, the beautiful New Yorker with a tough facade. Yet they all have something in common—deep and soul-searing pain. They are also all students at Streep Academy, a boarding school just one step away from juvie, where they've come to complete high school. The three have been relegated to Harvell House, the residence reserved for the hardest cases, the so-called Rejects from Reject Row.
In the forbidden attic of the old Victorian house-turned-residence, the girls discover the diary of Connie Harvell, a young woman who was confined and abused there some 50 years ago. In the end, Connie’s attic prison couldn't hold her—not completely. She found a way out. At least a dark part of her did. And after reading her diary, the girls discover they can escape at will too. A terrifying, thrilling flight from their bodies and their troubles.
But God help them, their pain isn't all they leave behind when they join with the night.
And God help anyone who’s wronged them...
When Alex and Maryanne's casts re-entered their bodies four years ago, Brooke didn't make it back. Now, with Brooke's body failing, the girls have to find a way to reunite Brooke's cast and body before it’s too late. They’re going to need all the help they can get – from both the living and the dead. Moreover, they'll need each other in this desperate test of faith, friendship and survival.
This box set contains Books 1-3 in the Casters series (young adult paranormal) - Comes the Night, Enter the Night, and Embrace the Night. It features three girls, each with their own troubles, who learn a dark, unique way to escape from their pain and fly free in the night. Readers have described this series as well written, unique, powerful, and suspenseful.
Thanks to Brooke, she, Maryanne and Alex are trapped even deeper in the Caster world. Racing the clock, they must find a way back before they're stranded in the night forever. But the Heller stories are growing. Armed with fury, fire and iron, the hunters are looking to send the "Hellers" back to hell. But the Casters have a righteous fury of their own. God help anyone who dares harm one.
Three troubled girls have learned to escape their pain by casting a dark piece of themselves out into the night. For Maryanne in particular, casting provides a desperately needed reprieve from her guilt, but it brings problems of its own. When Maryanne starts dating Bryce Walker, son of a notorious “Heller” hunter, is it first love, or is there a darker, more self-destructive impulse at play?
Alex, Brooke & Maryanne are very different, yet each is suffering. They are all students at Streep Academy, a boarding school just a step away from juvie. In the attic of their residence, they find the diary of young Connie Harvell who was confined there decades ago. But a dark part of Connie found a way out. And after reading her diary, the girls learn to leave their bodies too. God help them.