If there were four human souls living in you, wouldn't life be hard enough without having to get to school on time?
Aden Stone isn't crazy, though everyone thinks he is. He isn't talking to himself, rather, the four souls that life inside him that all possess unique abilities, each fully capable of screwing with his life. Julian can raise the dead (watch out for those random zombies). Elijah can see the future. Even can time-travel into the past and change the future (not always for the better). And Caleb can overtake other bodies. Just one of those abilities is enough to make Aden special. But all four?
Add to that the fact that orphaned Aden is starting life again in a new town, at a new school, with only two new friends, teachers that barely stand him, and the souls that reside with him telling him things he doesn't want to hear!
Will the impending death Elijah sees for him eventuate before he has a chance to free the souls? How does he do that exactly? Does the beautiful vampire princess he has been foreseen kissing actually exist? Can he ever get close enough to the one person who silences his voices without being torn apart by her werewolf protector? And just why does that werewolf sulk away when in the presence of his other only friend?
Harlequin Teen is a new fiction imprint from Harlequin Enterprises, which feature teen protagonist. Harlequin teen launches with titles by three New York Times bestselling authors 2010. Intertwined by Gena Showalter features a teen who learns that he has four souls living inside him. Rachel Vincent's My Soul to Take (February) stars a teenager who discovers that she is a banshee. The protagonist of Julie Kawag's The Iron King (March) must venture into the land of Faery to save her kidnapped half-brother. Harlequin Teen's Web site, www.harlequinTeen.com, allows readers to find out more about titles by reading excerpts, posing their own reviews, watching book trailers- or in the case of Rachel Vincent, downloading the free eBook prequel, My Soul to Lose.
Gena Showalter is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author whose books have appeared on MTV and in Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazines, as well as Entertainment Weekly. Her novel Red Handed has even been optioned by Sony Television. Critics have called her books 'sizzling page-turners' and 'utterly spellbinding stories', while Showalter herself has been called 'a star on the rise.' Her new young-adult series, begging with Intertwined, promises to be her most exciting yet, with an enthralling mix of humour, danger and a love to last the ages.
Author: Gena Showalter