When her immortal mom falls into a death-like sleep, 16-year-old up-and-coming pop star Angelica Brown is forced to come of age on her own without the support and protection of her powerful parents. In this sequel to Blood To Blood, Angel has mastered her epic singing voice-a virtual weapon with the power to literally kill every living thing and destroy any object within earshot. Still, as a newly matured Shimshana, she suffers an all-consuming blood lust and wrestles daily with urges to attack the mortals around her. She breaks up with her boyfriend-18-year-old music producer Sawyer Creed-and loses the nurturing friendship of her BFFs. But after an unexpected reunion with her immortal blood donor Justin McCarthy, their previously shelved passion is re-ignited-and in the wake of its scorching intensity Angel breaks the love triangle and finally discovers the depths of true love. Paranormal romance Heart To Heart is Book Two in the Angelica Brown series, and the sequel to YA fantasy BLOOD TO BLOOD, the recipient of 4 and-a-half-star reviews from the likes of the San Francisco Book Review, Portland Book Review, and more. Clean YA Fantasy Sexual content - Low, teen appropriate Violence - Moderate to low Language - Sparse profanity
Author: Ife Oshun Publisher: Papa Grace Published: 11/18/2014 Pages: 320 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.90lbs Size: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.72d ISBN: 9780985923556
About the Author Ifè Oshun is the author of the YA modern fantasy short story tentacles and novel Blood To Blood. Starting out as an actress, the Fine Arts and English major attended the Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University before going on to work for over a decade as a music journalist for national magazines and major websites. She served as Editor-In-Chief for online music magazine HiphopRnbSoul.com. She also produced, and wrote for, television and theater. A couple of her sci-fi/fantasy plays were produced Off-Broadway and in Los Angeles, and she did her Writers Guild of America internship with Star Trek Enterprise and Voyager. Her work incorporates fantasy elements with some combination of the following: humor, social issues, family themes, metaphysical concepts, and pop culture. She lives in Boston with her small son and ink-black cat, and can be found online at her personal website.