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What I want in my mailbox is my version of Waiting on Wednesday hosted by Jill @ Breaking the Spine.

This week's pick is...interesting. See, I don't actually know the title of the book I want. Or what the cover looks like. Or what it's about. Confused yet? Good.

I'm down here. The thing is that I recently finished reading Deception by Lee Nichols, the first book in the Haunting Emma series. And I need more. That whole damn book is one giant cliffhanger and I need to know what happens next. I've included a picture that I believe sufficiently illustrates what I must've looked like after finishing this:

My words: "Seriously? Like, seriously, that's how you're going to end it Nichols? I'm on to you and your audience hooking ways."

But you'll hear more about that in my review. :)

Since I can't give you a summary or picture for Haunting Emma book 2, I'll give you all that good stuff for Deception:

When Emma Vaile's parents leave on mysterious business trip, it gives her the perfect excuse to be a rebellious teen. Throw some parties, get a tattoo (or maybe just a piercing), and enjoy the first few weeks of her junior year. Then her best friend stops talking to her, the cops crash her party, and Emma finds herself in the hands of a new guardian—her college-age "knight in J.Crew armor," Bennett Stern—and on a plane to his museum-like mansion in New England.

After enrolling at Thatcher Academy, Emma settles in by making friends with the popular legacy crowd. But she can't shake the strange visions that are haunting her. She has memories of Thatcher she can't explain, as if she's returning home to a place she's never been. Emma doesn't trust anyone anymore—except maybe Bennett. But he's about to reveal a ghostly secret to Emma. One that will explain the visions . . . and make Emma fear for her life.

By the way, I hate this synopsis. With a passion. I almost didn't read Deception after that horrid synopsis. It deprives readers the knowledge that this book is compiled of several layers of awesome.

I highly recommend Deception and hope you'll stop back for my review tomorrow!

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