The Shades of Northwood, Book 3.
Katie is bruised and battered. But she is expecting her life to finally settle down. Life with time to study and race and breathe. Nothing, however, is that simple. Desperation and destruction seem to lurk everywhere she looks. And being head-over-heels in love with a boy, who happens to be dead, is hard enough. Attempting to hide secrets from him ... well, that's just plain dangerous.
"Remember, Katie, you're trying to break his fingers, not yours."
This short, sharp exchange had become quite normal in the Newton Street house over the past couple of weeks. In the beginning, Katie had been reluctant to put any force behind the manoeuvres Adam was teaching her but...
"You're forgetting you're at le...