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Synchronicity Paperback – October 6, 2016
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Erin, who is currently writing this in third person while scarfing down a tub of gas station nachos, was born in Kansas City, Mo. (At least that's what they told me...) and later moved to the small town of El Dorado Springs (That's El Do-RAY-Do), Mo. where she spent most of her life.In 2007 she moved to Fredericksburg, Va (There's a story there, right?) and graduated from Germanna Community College with honors. If that wasn't enough... she decided to enroll in courses at Mary Washington University and earned a Bachelor's in English, Linguistics, and Communications (but only by a hair because she thought it'd be a good idea to enroll in French her last semester just to learn that while it may be true French and Spanish are both considered romance languages, they are in no way similar) In 2015.From there, she published her first novel "Synchronicity" and only lost a small portion of hair from stress. Needless to say, Erin is currently working on the companion novel to "Synchronicity" entitled, "Menoetius" due out at some point in 2017.
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With the story being told in rotating first-person point of views, Crocker does a great job of getting into each character's head. Some are so hilariously shallow as to think things like, "I hated the idea of having to actually use my brain about as much as I despised that zit that showed up during prom week," while others exude an emotional depth with lines like, "Love was the steady flow of the water below the stone bridge. It was consistent and moved with the turns. It wasn't speculation as to what might happen if I submitted to a particular emotion, it was surender."
Now onto the sequel: Menoetius
Imagine that all in one day, you lose those dearest to you, and you are ripped away from all you've ever known. Not to mention the fact that you suddenly understand you have supernatural powers! Lila is just your average teenage girl, worrying about class projects and what to do after high school... but now, fresh in the knowledge that she has supernatural abilities and that a secret government agency is after her... her plans have to change. In the midst of losing it all, Lila struggles with who she can trust, knowing that her special abilities maker her a target for capture. Can she trust the mysterious and serious Wesley? And is this intense attraction to him real, or just her emotions playing into what he wants?
Be prepared for a bumpy ride that is only the beginning of this YA Supernatural Romance Series! Looking forward to the next book!