Crave, by Tracy Wolff

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Young adult fantasy fiction about a female, Grace, who joins a new school and is thrust into a new world that she never knew existed: A world that includes shapeshifters, witches and vampires with herself, being the only mortal. The attached content is from the Introduction (Chapter 0) of the book.

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Young Adult (18-35)


North American (General)


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Crave written by Tracy Wolfe, narrated by Tonya Michelle Zero. If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space. I stand at the outer tarmac door staring at the plane. I'm about to get on and try my hardest not to freak the F out. It's easier said than done. Not just because I'm about to leave behind everything. I know though up until two minutes ago, that was my main concern. Now though, as I stare at this plane that I'm not even sure deserves the dignity of being called a plane. A whole new level of panic is setting in. So grace, the man my uncle Finn sent to pick me up, looks down at me with a patient smile, Phillip. I think he said his name was, but I can't be sure it's hard to hear him over the wild beating of my heart. Are you ready for an adventure? No, no, I am not the least bit ready for an adventure or anything else that's about to come my way. If you told me a month ago that I would be standing on the outskirts of an airport in Fairbanks, Alaska. I would have said you were misinformed. And if you told me that the whole reason I was in Fairbanks was to catch the tiniest puddle jumper in existence to what feels like the very edge of the world. Or in this case, a town on the edge of Denali, the highest mountain in North America, I would have said you were high as a freaking kite, But a lot can change in 30 days and even more can get ripped away. In fact, the only thing I have been able to count on these past few weeks is that no matter how bad things are, they can always get worse.