Dancing the happy dance for this lovely review of Don’t Touch! Thank you SO SO much.
Hope flares each morning in the tiny flash of a second before Lette touches that first thing. And destroys it.
Her online journal spans a decade, beginning with the day a thirteen-year-old inherits an extreme form of the family “gift.” Every day whatever she touches converts into something new: bunnies, bubbles, bombs, and everything in between.
Lette’s search for a cure leads her to Stefan, whose fairy-tale looks hide a monstrous legacy, and to Rag, an arrogant, crabby ex-angel with boundary issues. The three face an army led by a monster who feeds on children’s fear. But it’s their own inner demons they must defeat first.
Lette wakes up on her thirteenth birthday and inherits a terrible problem.
A problem she neither wants nor needs.
Despite the seriousness of her plight, I was impressed by her sense of humour and the way she gets to grip with…
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