CARRIE JONES loves Great Pyrenees dogs, Skinny Cow fudgsicles, and potatoes. In addition to the New York Times bestsellers Need and Captivate and the third book in the series, Entice, Carrie is also the author of Girl, Hero; Love (and Other Uses for Duct Tape); and Tips on Having a Gay (Ex-)Boyfriend. Carrie grew up in Bedford, New Hampshire, where she once had a séance with uber-comedian Sarah Silverman. www.carriejonesbooks.com
STEVEN WEDEL is a high school English teacher, and lives with his wife and children in Oklahoma. He has written adult fantasy novels; this is his first book for young adults.
Overall, I really liked how well both of the author's voice complimented their characters and each other.
The gradual deterioration of the town is also unique: it seems that the evil entity does not limit itself to one person, but instead affects everyone in the vicinity.
I don't know what better way I can put this but just to come out and say that After Obsession was just OKAY.
This book is full of paranormal creepy moments, things that go bump in the night, and everything else it takes to make a book capture your interest until the very end. Read morePublished 5 months ago by chargergrl06
That was the best book ever I love how the author used the perfect descriptions! I hope there are more like this book!!!Published 7 months ago by Emily c
Great read! Intense and sometimes unnerving. Powerful. Couldn't put it down and didn't want to. Read and read again and again.Published 7 months ago by Fawne Metheny
Takes your imaginary for a wild ride. Scary and powerful. Loved the characters and enjoyed the easy banter between them.Published 7 months ago by Juan Medina
I remember reading a review for this book and thinking it sounded interesting so I added it to my wish list and bought it when I was on a book buying spree (I don't manage too many... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Me, My Books and I
I don't know where the title of the book fits in with what I read inside the book but nevertheless, the book was just what I needed. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Live Outside
Seventeen-year-old Aimee Avery's seemingly happy existence is a facade: still struggling to cope with her mother's apparent suicide years before, Aimee must now help her best... Read morePublished 15 months ago by His Girl
This book was totally different from Mrs. Jones Need series. I enjoyed the tale to an extent, but thought some parts of the story were just weird and a bit confusing or not... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rhonda's Reads
Sigh, Carrie Jones first series Need went slowly downhill and I'm afraid she didn't quite pull this new idea about demons/ghosts off. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Pages of Forbidden Love