Can love last beyond the grave? Sylvie Davis is a ballerina who can’t dance. A broken leg ended her career, but Sylvie’s pain runs deeper. What broke her heart was her father’s death, and what’s breaking her spirit is her mother’s remarriage—a union that’s only driven an even deeper wedge... read more
17-year-old Sylvie Davis was a ballerina that was just getting started on her career. Then, one fatal accident changed her whole life, and in the midst of all the chaos in Sylvie's life, Sylvies mom decides to get married, so Sylvie now have two new members of her family who just... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
17-year-old Sylvie Davis was a ballerina that was just getting started on her career. Then, one fatal accident changed her whole life, and in the midst of all the chaos in Sylvie's life, Sylvies mom decides to get married, so Sylvie now have two new members of her family who just coincidentally are psychologist. After one mistake of Vicodin and alchohol, Sylvie is shipped off to the country in Alabame where she is to live with Cousin Paula. There Sylvie discovers that she can see ghosts and as days pass by, Sylvie wonders if she is going crazy. Not to mention the mysterious history of her family that her bological father had left. She soon meets the strange members of the Teen Town Council otherwise known as the TTC alon with their charming yet suspicious leader, Shawn Maddox. But that is not all of the problems, Sylvie seems to fall in love with the Welsch boy Rhys Griffths. As the craziness around her begin to thicken, Sylvie wonders if she has finally lost her sanity. Was it magic that was causing this or was it her imagination after all? The answer was clear when disasterous flood came to her area. Turns out that Shawn was using her and that Rhys, Shawn, and her has special powers with the Earth. The mystery is solved and soon Sylvie is living a normal life with Rhys. Almost.
“I was a ballerina who didn't even trust her own senses.”Sylvie Davis
“I think I loved you before I ever got here. So no, I don't think that will change when we leave.”Rhys Griffith
“Eighteen may be young to know you want to spends the rest of your life with someone, but I felt like this had been several lifetimes coming, and didn't want to waste a moment on this one.”Sylvie Davis
“Air bags, love. Fantastic invention.”Rhys Griffith
“"It's a good thing it's so dark in the house" I said. "Or your dad would have wondered about your newest bruises." "Oh he asked me. I told him I got in a fight over a lady's honor."”Sylvie Davis and Rhys
“"No, Sylvie,"Rhys said, urgent, but careful to catch and hold my gaze. "I trust you, now more than ever. You have to trust me like you'd trust your old partner not to drop you on your head."”Rhys Griffith
“Don't be obtuse, princess. It's only because I'm a gentleman that I haven't let you know that I find Victorian ruffles insanely hot.”Rhys Griffith
“Let's see. Hang out with a bunch of guys I've known my whole life, or spend time with the cute girl from out of town. Not really a contest.”Shawn Maddox
“"I'll be fine." He smiled, in a warm way that made my insides knot. "But you could give me a kiss for good luck if you want."”Rhys Griffith
“I was an idiot”Rhys Griffith
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