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Cool Contest!

My library is located in a fairy conservative area, so I'm always looking for YA Christian fiction that's not annoyingly sappy. I know its not for everyone, but I'm always on the lookout for new series to recommend to my teens. This new series looks interesting:

Teens age 13-18: Enter the Rayne Tour Series' "Live Like a Rock Star" Sweepstakes today! Grand Prize: $850 night on the town, including dinner for 6 and limo service. First 200 entrants get a free copy of Always Watching.
Go here to enter.

ALWAYS WATCHING – Rayne Tour Series book #1

This daughter of a rock star has it all—until murder crashes her world.

During a concert, sixteen-year-old Shaley O'Connor stumbles upon the body of a friend backstage. Is Tom Hutchens' death connected to her?

Frightening messages arrive. Paparazzi stalk Shaley. Her private nightmare is displayed for all to see. Where is God at times like this?

As the clock runs out, Shaley must find Tom's killer—before he strikes again...

Seatbelt Suspense® for young adults.

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Read prologue and first chapter
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Comments

  1. If you haven't already tried Melody Carlson's THE SECRET LIFE OF SAMANTHA MCGREGOR.I have them at my library but don't advertise them as "christian fiction" and they are very popular!

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  2. The Miracle Girls was good. This isn't really my area of expertise, lol.

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  3. WHOA that was an intense trailer, and I really want to go read that book!

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