I was supposed to post this last night, but I came home from work and passed out. I had a whole list of things I planned to do, and crapped out on all of them. Well, better late than never, I guess.
Mother/daughter duo Suzanne and Melanie Brockmann will make their first foray into young adult this October with the release of Night Sky, which is the first book of the Night Sky trilogy, which will be set in the same world as her Fighting Destiny series. There will also be a free prequel novella, Dangerous Destiny, which will be available on August 26th.
Sixteen-year-old Skylar Reid is thrown into a strange world when she discovers that she has unique telekinetic and telepathic powers. After Sasha, the child she babysits, is kidnapped and believed to be murdered, Sky and her best friend Calvin are approached by Dana, a mysterious girl who has super-abilities similar to Sky’s. With the help of Dana and her sidekick Milo, the four teens embark on a quest to discover who killed Sasha, and to bring the killers to justice.
With Dana as Skylar’s surly and life-toughened mentor, Sky attempts to harness her powers to aid them in their quest. Complicating an already complex relationship with the older girl, Sky starts to fall for the dangerously handsome and enigmatic Milo – and begins to suspect that the attraction is mutual. But then Sky realizes that Sasha might still be alive, and the unlikely foursome’s mission becomes one of search and rescue, pitting the heroic teens against a very deadly enemy.