Drawn (Paperback)

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She's the artist that finds him in her drawings. He's the medieval ghost that conquers her heart. And their time is running out. Michelle De Freccio moves with her dad to England, where she hopes for a more normal life. Instead she discovers a handsome guy appearing in all her sketches. When she actually meets him at the town's castle, she's unmistakably drawn to him, but Christopher Newman is definitely not normal. He wears medieval garb, talks of ancient murders, and tends to disappear with a kiss. Could he be a ghost? Could Michelle be losing her mind? Or has she simply uncovered a love so timeless it's spanned the centuries... A Night Owl Reviews Top Pick: "...an utter delight to read. I could not put it down. This is a fantastic romantic and tender story that will continue to enchant readers for years to come." "A lushly romantic ghost story...captivating and haunting. I didn't want it to end." --Cyn Balog, author of paranormal YA novels Fairy Tale, Sleepless, and Starstruck "...a wonderfully spooky tale of romance and discovery. It's a magical exploration of the unconquerable power of love. Highly recommended " -Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Rot & Ruin and Dust & Decay "In DRAWN, Marie Lamba deftly entwines romance and mystery, past and present, into a page-turning adventure. Buy it today and I promise you'll be finished reading far too quickly " -Joy Nash USA Today bestselling paranormal romance author of The Immortals series, The Grail King and The Unforgiven.

About the Author


Marie Lamba (www.marielamba.com) is author of the humorous young adult novel What I Meant... (Random House), which Publisher's Weekly dubbed "an impressive debut." She's also author of the summery YA novel Over My Head about a girl who has either met the love of her life or a player out to break her heart. Marie's newest novel is a YA titled Drawn. Perfect for Outlander fans, it's about an artist who falls for an attractive medieval ghost with a sketchy past. Her picture book Green Green, co authored with her husband and illustrated by Sonia Sanchez, will be published by Farrar Straus Giroux in 2017. In addition to her fiction, Marie has published numerous articles in national magazines, and is a frequent contributor to Writer's Digest. She lives in Pennsylvania, is a proud member of the Liars Club, and a Literary Agent for The Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency in NYC.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780615584775
ISBN-10: 0615584772
Publisher: Lamba Associates, Inc.
Publication Date: January 8th, 2012
Pages: 296
Language: English

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