Katie has thirty days to accomplish everything she’s ever wanted to do. Before she dies. Again. After a fatal car accident, sixteen-year-old Katie discovers that just like high school, the afterlife is one big popularity contest. Yet again she’s left out of the equation because everybody else has achieved some kind of “life goal” and moved on to a higher plane. But Katie hasn’t, so she’s given thirty more days to get it right. At least she’s got adorable afterlifer Martin to help her with—or distract her from—her Life List. But when an evil Irish wraith promises Katie’s parents will suffer after her death, her task of living fast and hard becomes entangled with a terrible choice: save her parents and end up as the next hot item on the alter-dimensional black market, or save her own soul. Time is running out…
It’s 1752 in flourishing Philadelphia—a time of great promise for young people. But Martin Krane is brooding in a seedy bar. Distressed by his younger sister’s pneumonia, he can think of nothing he wouldn’t give to keep Claudia alive. An odd stranger next to him claims to have a “cure for death.” Martin soon discovers that this cure requires a terrible swap—his soul in exchange for his sister’s health.
Life after death has way too many disadvantages. Katie’s recent trip to the beyond and back again has left holes in her memory. Sent back to help high school student Serena complete an unfinished task on Earth so she can pass on when she dies, Katie must first figure out exactly what that task is. Someone conveniently forgot to tell her. And those holes in her memory suddenly become a real liability when the soul-stealing wraiths show up along with blond, tall, and mysterious Martin, who seems to know a lot about Katie’s missing past. Somehow Katie has to help Serena, keep them both safe from the wraiths and figure our what the heck is going on…in time.
When seventeen-year-old Catherine assumes the throne as Queen of Cannary following her mother’s murder, she is forced to punish the man she loves, but when she develops a serious heart disease, the only cure for her condition may be the truth. “Romance, adventure, danger and passion—A Cure For The Condition is a terrific debut novel from an exciting new author. Readers will love Amy Croall.” —Leigh Bridger, author of Soul Catcher.
Catherine and Malcolm Holmes return in A CURE FOR THE PAST. Malcolm Holmes used to have an easy life. But when his wife’s heart condition returns, he’s forced to go to any lengths to find a cure, even if those lengths mean traveling through time. What will a new timeline have in store for the twosome?
Catherine Delaney’s world collapses when her husband, Malcolm Holmes, vanishes without a trace. After struggling to revive her modeling career amid empty bank accounts, a dead-end HR job, and three children, Catherine is even more shocked when Malcolm inexplicably returns after five lonely years, refusing to tell anyone where he’s been. As if that’s not enough, she’s stunned to find his disappearance may or may not have something to do with the execution of a convicted murderer. Now she must deal with her lingering feelings for her ex-husband and the new ones for tall, dark, and handsome coworker Ted Jackson. If Catherine decides to let Malcolm back in amid the lies and secrets, she faces the possibility of another broken heart. But if she rightfully tells him to “toss off,” his jealousy may mean the end of her new, comfortable life.