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Ok, so who doesn't love a hot surfer dude? Keanu Reeves in Point Break comes to mind every time. Kali (the female lead) and Zane (the surfer dude) are really likeable, and the story kept me gripped. Book 2 is now out so i'll be reading that too. Great Read! ( )
  RomancingAmy | Sep 3, 2015 |
Aww, i really enjoyed that, although i think it ended a bit suddenly. It was a sweet romance and I hope there will be another to continue the story :D ( )
  lcrabtree | Jul 17, 2013 |
Aww, i really enjoyed that, although i think it ended a bit suddenly. It was a sweet romance and I hope there will be another to continue the story :D ( )
  lcrabtree | Jul 17, 2013 |
I don't often choose YA titles. But I do enjoy Edie Claire's books, and a good ghost story, so
this seemed to be a good choice for a sunday afternoon read. It was. Although it is decidedly
YA in tone, this did not detract from the story which Clair always excels in building.

Wraith is about a teenager who is in the process of moving to Hawaii with her military family.
In many was it was a dream come true for Kali, but she had no idea just how wonderful it would be.
The waves were there, the beautiful weather ad even a good looking guy her own age to give her the
grand tour of the island. And the guy seemed to like her. Everything was falling into place, and would have been
perfect. But Kali had a secret. A secret she shared with no one, not even her parents. She could see what she called shadows. They were not exactly ghosts, but they were shadows of events that had happened in certain spots long ago.But oddly, while in Hawaii, she seemed to see even more shadows than ever. And to make things worse, she now felt the energy, the emotion of the event as well. She might have been able to get used to that, if that were all. But there was more. There was Zane. He wasn't shadow, not by any means. The trouble was, he was not a living breathing touchable boy either. He was great looking, he could dance, swim and surf and even had a great sense of humor. But he was not like anyone she had ever met, Zane was special, very special. Maybe life changing special.

recommended. ( )
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