Weekly Spotlight

Kim Harrington
Clarity
“Listen, I gather you have a
problem working with a psychic. Believe me, I don’t like working with a jackass
any better.” 


Clarity
Clarity “Clare” Fern sees
things. Things no one else can see. Things like stolen kisses and long-buried
secrets. All she has to do is touch a certain object, and the visions come to
her. It’s a gift.

And a curse.

When a teenage girl is found murdered, Clare’s ex-boyfriend wants her to help
solve the case—but Clare is still furious at the cheating jerk. Then Clare’s
brother—who has supernatural gifts of his own—becomes the prime suspect, and
Clare can no longer look away. Teaming up with Gabriel, the smoldering son of
the new detective, Clare must venture into the depths of fear, revenge, and
lust in order to track the killer. But will her sight fail her just when she
needs it most? 

Perception
When you can see things
others can’t, what do you do when someone’s watching you? 

Everybody knows about Clarity “Clare” Fern. She’s the psychic girl in
school, the one who can place her hands on something and see hidden visions
from the past. 

Only Clare would rather not be a celebrity. She prefers hanging back,
observing. Her gift is not a game to her. 

But then someone starts playing with her head . . . and heart. Messages and
gifts from a secret admirer crop up everywhere Clare turns. Could they be from
Gabriel, the gorgeous boy who gets Clare’s pulse racing? Or from Justin,
Clare’s hopeful ex-boyfriend who’d do anything to win her back? 

One thing is certain. Clare needs to solve this mystery, and soon. Because the
messages are becoming sinister, and a girl in town has suddenly disappeared.

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