Look Both Ways (Midnight Twins Novels)
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In the second book of the Midnight Twins trilogy, Meredith and Mallory Brynn are finally coming to terms with their special gifts: Meredith to see into the past, Mallory to see into the future. But they never expect that their powers will reveal danger so close to home.
Mallory must help her best friend, Eden, find the strength to defy her destiny as a shape-shifter, before Eden gets hurt?or hurts somebody else. And Merry has her own friends to worry about when her visions reveal trouble brewing on the cheerleading squad in the form of Kim Jellico.
Both Mallory and Meredith must join together to rescue their friends before it?s too late.
the girls. “I’m going to do my yoga practice, Neely, love. Do you girls want some pizza puffs to go with the shrimp?” she asked. “We’re fine, Mama. We’re going to watch the movie.” Mrs. Chaplin wiggled her fingers in farewell. Neely dimmed the lights. “This is such a cool little indie. It’s not in theaters yet. It’s about this girl who runs away from a religious commune with her boyfriend.” “How did you get it?” Alli asked. “My dad’s one of the producers,” Neely said. “He does a lot of little
Tim Brynn.” “Medical school,” Adam said virtuously. “I think it’s very brave of you to try to learn things at your age, Mom.” “Campbell, really, what is he on about?” Tim asked. “He says he was attacked by a mountain lion. He smells like he fell into a distillery. I suppose it’s possible he could have encountered a bear way up there. He was deer hunting. Said he got a shot off that sliced its leg but it ran away. You don’t think an old guy from Mount Kisco is smoking dope, do you?” “No, but
David died, but they got the leftover kid.” “Stop it, Kim.” “I heard Dad say it,” Kim told her. “I heard Dad. Right after David died. He said, all we have left is Kim. He said, ‘Do you know how that feels, Bonnie? I had the most wonderful son on earth. My pride. My name! And now we have our cheerleader!’” Merry pulled Kim close, her tiny body suddenly large enough to comfort someone thirty pounds heavier and four inches taller than she. Another secret Merry could never speak. Shame on them.
and guilty for ever wanting my own life,” Eden said bitterly. “Mally, I’m sorry. I have to leave.” “Eden, it can wait.” “I just don’t feel like being at a party. Even yours.” Eden kissed Mally’s cheek. “Happy birthday.” Cooper said, “When she gets like this, it’s better to listen to her.” “I wish it were you, Cooper!” Eden snapped. Cooper said nothing. Then he whispered, “This isn’t the time or the place, Eden. But you do get to be the boss of the clan.” “All the young people will run away
don’t think he wants to run off and marry me before morning. We’re friends. Can you save the lecture?” “I’m not lecturing,” Campbell said. “I just want him to know that Shakespeare was right. ‘These violent delights have violent ends’.” “Oh. It’s Shakespeare now! Great. I’m not going to commit suicide either! Mom, please! It’s a party!” Cooper said, “I know how Mallory feels, Mrs. Brynn, and that it’s unusual for her. The first time. No! Not that kind of first time! The first time she cared