In Resurrected, 16-year-old Scarlet Paine finds herself changing in mysterious ways. She is becoming sensitive to light, able to read peoples' thoughts, and is faster and stronger than she's ever been. She doesn't understand what's happening to her, and tries to ignore it. But she can only dismiss it for so long.
Caitlin Paine, her mom, knows too well what's happening to her daughter. She underwent the same transformation to vampire once, centuries ago. But now, in the present day, as a mere human, she has no memory of it. All she has is the journal she found in the attic telling of her exploits in another time and place, and of the vampire race being eradicated. But was there one exception to the rule? Could it be that Scarlet, her daughter, is the last remaining vampire on earth?
As Scarlet tries to fight who she's becoming, she also tries to fight her intense feelings for Blake, a boy in her grade who she has a crush on. She can't tell, though, if he's into her, and with the big Halloween dance just days away, the pressure is on. She would do anything for Blake to ask her. But Vivian, the meanest of the popular girls, is also on Blake's radar, and she'll do anything to make Blake hers - and to make Scarlet's life a living hell.
Luckily Scarlet has her own clique of friends to back her up, including her best friends Maria and Jasmin. They, too, have guy troubles - but it isn't until Sage appears, the mysterious new boy, that her friends become obsessed. Scarlet finds herself attracted to him, too - and is surprised when it is her, of all the girls in the school, that he pays attention to. But her mind is set on Blake, at least for now, and she continues to hope he'll ask her to the dance.
Just when it seems that Scarlet has what she wants, her body changes. Soon it may be impossible for her to be near her fellow humans. Soon, she may have to choose between her desire to live and her desire for love.
©2012 Morgan Rice (P)2013 Morgan Rice
Unfortunately I couldn't get past performance of Emily Gittleman to find out anything about the book. She was instantly grating and it seemed like she had never read anything aloud before. I couldn't make it past 7 minutes.
Not have Emily Gittleman doing the narration.
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