Ever Lost




      Ever Lost
New town, new school, new ghost.Jade has a dedicated boyfriend, an overprotective mom, and a full scholarship Uprooted from Nantucket, Jade is installed off island at her dad s new house so she can attend snobby Layton Academy Leaving Charlie behind is sheer torment, but living with her father has plenty of dangerous distraction in the form of a terrifying spirit haunting her new school Hottie classmate Mateo Fernandez can t see the ghost, but he knows its story He d like to know hers, too, but Jade still misses Charlie, even though distance seems to be changing him.With support from Mateo and the mysterious Noemie, Jade commits to helping the agonized spirit cross over As she delves into the ghost s past, the disturbing secrets Jade learns draw her into a deadly confrontation with a desperate man If she can t play his demented game, the spirit s harrowing fate could become her own. Download Ever Lost by Melissa MacVicar – heartforum.co.uk

Melissa was born and mostly raised on Nantucket Island, and she currently lives there with her husband and two teenage children When not being a wife and mother and teaching writing to seventh graders, she enjoys binge watching shows like Big Little Lies, House of Cards, and Outlander Despite the rumors to the contrary, she does not actually wish she was a teenager again, nor does she see ghosts like the main character in her first novel, Ever Near She does, however, love to hear from readers so send her a message on social media or at her email melissa.macvicar gmail.com Twitter MelissaMacVicar Facebook Melissa MacVicar Instagram melissa.macvicar

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      Ever Lost
 Author Melissa MacVicar – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 275 pages
  • Ever Lost
  • Melissa MacVicar
  • English
  • 25 December 2018
  • 1940215307

10 thoughts on “ Ever Lost

  1. Miranda says:

    Originally posted Miranda s Book Blog Ever Lost picks up a couple of months after Ever Near The story transitions from Nantucket to a small town outside of Boston I love how the story flows from summer to fall beautifully Here s a snippet of the book about the seasons The air is crisp, autumn sneaking in all around us like a thief stealing summer Jade s mother and step father disapprove of her Charlie s relationship, they decide it s in Jade s best interest if she moves in with Originally posted Miranda s Book Blog Ever Lost picks up a couple of months after Ever Near The story transitions from Nantucket to a small town o...

  2. Mary Fan says:

    Fellow Red Adept author here So sadly, I m not allowed to star But if I were, I d totally give it a five Ever Lost is even better than the first Secret Affinity book, which I loved A fun blend of paranormal spooks and high school drama and even some crime mystery Ever Lost takes place a few months after Ever Near, the first book in Melissa MacVicar s Secret Affinity series Jade s mother and stepfather have sent her to live with her dad, in hopes of stopping what they view as an Fellow Red Adept ...

  3. A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol) says:

    4.5 Book source A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.Jade Irving can see ghosts Its not a huge problem because they arent as prevalent as one might guess, but Jade has already dealt with one nasty ghost and she really doesnt want to mess with this drippy ghost on her first day at a new high school She doesnt mind living with her dad, but being separated from her boyfriend Charlie, who happens to now be her stepbrother, really sucks And Layton Academy sucks, too Kira 4.5 Book source A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.Jade Irving can see ghosts It s not a huge problem because they aren t as prevalent as one might guess, but Jade has already dealt with one nasty ghost and she really doesn t want to mess with this drippy ghost on her first day at a new high school She doesn t mind living with her dad, but being separated from her boyfriend Charlie, who happens to now be her stepbrother, really sucks And Layton Academy sucks, too Kira seems ok, but she s not Jade s BFF Ally and the hot guy hitting on her is not Charlie And now there s a ghost Just great How s she supposed to fit in with Mr Drippy bugging her all day Theshe digs into the ghost s past though theshe finds out about stuff she d rather not know One thing s for sure, this new school isn t going to be nearly as boring as she thought it would be and that s ...

  4. Andd Becker says:

    Book number two in the Secret Affinity series is even better than the first outstanding book Teens will love to read this first person account Plenty of action will keep readers glued to each page.Ghostliness, romance, and girl teen diarylike thoughts move the plot along.I gave the book to th...

  5. Linda says:

    This story is told through multiple first person points of view that are clearly marked at the beginning of each chapter The main characters are well developed and the dialogue between the students sounds believable Of course the ghost doesn t waste any time appearing to Jade and she seems a little better equipped to deal with him than she was in the first book However, she is trying to adapt to a new school environment and make new friends.The plot moves along at a decent pace as Jade This story is told through multiple first person points of view that are clearly marked at the beginning of each chapter The main characters are well developed and the dialogue between the students sounds believable Of course the ghost doesn t waste any time appearing to Jade and she seems a little better equipped to deal with him than she was in the first book However, she is trying to adapt to a new school environment and make new friends.The plot moves along at a decent pace as Jade fumbles around looking for a mentor to h...

  6. Feed the Indie says:

    Dating your stepbrother could be weird And its an issue with Jades mother and stepfather when their children start dating even if its before they got married They finally find a fix by sending her to live with her father off Nantucket Island and away from her boyfriend Charlie.Jade attends a private school, but things arent much easier for her in her new town There is a ghost in her school, and only Jade could see it.If it didnt seem that she just wanted to come home, perhaps telling her Dating your stepbrother could be weird And it s an issue with Jade s mother and stepfather when their children start dating even if it s before they got married They finally find a fix by sending her to live with her father off Nantucket Island and away from her boyfriend Charlie.Jade attends a private school, but things aren t much easier for her in her new town There is a ghost in her school, and only Jade could see it.If it didn t seem that she just wanted to come home, perhaps telling her parents about it would have been easer and they may have hel...

  7. Kelly Smith Reviews says:

    In Ever Lost, the second book in Melissa MacVicar s Secret Affinity series, Jade Irving is forced to move away from her boyfriend Charlie and to an affluent suburb with her father The only good thing about it is that the house isn t haunted.At school, her friends are fake and a gorgeous boy, Mateo, seems to like her a little too much But the crap hits the fan when the ghost of a recently deceased teacher starts haunting the school, amd she really thinks she might lose her mind But this ghost In Ever Lost, the second book in Melissa MacVicar s Secret Affinity series, Jade Irving is forced to move away from her boyfriend Charlie and to an affluent suburb with her father The only good thing about it is that the house isn t haunted.At school, her friends are fake and a gorgeous boy, Mateo, seems to like her a little too much But the c...

  8. Tracy says:

    Jade s bravery and strength as a medium has definitely grown That was something I wanted in the first book and I m glad to see the character evolving Young adult readers will be intrigued by the continuation of Jade s ability and connect well with her experiences as a new student and as a teenager.

  9. J-9 says:

    I loved this book

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