Written during a long wait, this book opens up Cheryl's painfully honest, personal journals. She explores what it's like to enlist in God's Marriage Boot Camp, and how to survive singlehood year after solitary year. She wrestles with her Creator over multiple best friends that never see her "that way." Then there are those lists of what she wanted - you know, the ones she revised a billion times then laminated for safekeeping. She watches, bewildered, as much younger women find love that seems to elude her.
The first night in their new house across town, she awakens to find him at the foot of her bed just like every other night. However, now he is following her other places and is asking for her help. Desperate to rid herself of the pesky apparition, she finds an unexpected ally in the girl next door, who just happens to be a psychic. Answers lie in the past Tawny has worked so hard to put behind her, and lies are uncovered when she finds the ghost's connection to the mysterious death of her father.
Elizabeth Mary Downing is a typical American teenager... almost. When she peers into a mirror, she sees someone else staring back - an image identical to herself in every detail save one: the mirror image has blue eyes, but Elizabeth's eyes are brown. She is told by her mirror counterpart, "Liz," that she can enter any mirror she wants, and when curiosity prevails over fear and she enters the mirror, trading places with Liz, the horror begins as Liz wreaks havoc with what was a normal life.
Torey Farrell and Marsh Endicott have each inherited half a house. Each of them wants it all - and neither is willing to budge an inch. They're reluctant housemates, stuck together by common ownership - and they're also a man and a woman who are uncommonly attracted to each other.