Sensing Things

Sensing Things

by Nancy Young


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Mary Catherine has spent most of her life trying not to see ghosts, but now she can't stop. In desperation, she seeks relief by joining a paranormal support group. Then the real trouble starts.

Her past exposed, she's confronted with shunning and death threats. Add her looming Valentine's Day wedding, her unexpected pregnancy, and family pressures, and she's ready to bolt from the stress.

Her fiancé Tony, the sexy tech support for the Paranormal Posse reality show, wants to ride to the rescue. But even he can't protect her from the spirit they encounter at a haunted hotel room—a presence only she detects. The more he tries to keep her safe, the more she insists on proving herself. But does she really sense things in the dark? Or it all in her mind?

When the Posse investigates the reburial of a Revolutionary War hero, Mary Catherine's past returns to haunt her. Some things won't stay buried, and she has to face them to protect herself, her son, and her unborn baby.

Will the dark win this time?

Something in the Dark Series

Hearing Things

"…is a blast! It sucked me in and refused to let go…Nancy Young has a great voice, funny and heart-touching by turns."—New York Times Bestselling Author Angela Knight.

Seeing Things

"a smart, sexy, and frightening novel"—from Best Book I Read This Year, NCSU Libraries

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781629896175
Publisher: World Castle Publishing
Publication date: 01/23/2017
Series: Something in the Dark Series , #3
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Nancy Young strives to entertain, whether cohosting poetry readings, supplying interesting aliases at restaurants, or storytelling at Renaissance fairs. Although she grew up on the Philadelphia Main Line, she now lives in North Carolina, where she never runs out of material to jumpstart her novels, short stories, plays, and poems.
Her first publication was at age six, when her lion story was posted outside her first grade classroom. From then on, she was hooked, penning neighborhood dramas, improbable adventure tales, and Gothic romances through her youth. That love of the absurd and quirky never left her.
It also served her well for most of her professional life. Nancy taught literature, film, and writing at various colleges, earning awards for her instruction. She also worked as a journalist, newspaper editor, choir director, and mother. She married her high school sweetheart, with whom she shares three sons, a daughter, and a daughter-in-law. She counts them as her most devoted fans.

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