After Me

AFTER ME by Joyce Scarbrough

buzz teen “Unfinished” series, book 1

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bluedressredhairrrAfter she’s murdered by a sexual predator, eighteen-year-old Jada Gayle must stay among the living until she finds and stops the Internet stalker who killed her. When the Afterlife Admissions Office assigns the now “transdead” Jada to a foster home back among the living, she assumes the identity of a newly-dead homeless teen and is expected to simply fit in as she hunts down her killer. But blending in isn’t so easy when you’re a hot zombie chick channeling Chuck Norris.

Complicating things even more, Jada hasn’t felt normal human emotions since her father and best friend died in a drunk driving accident, so imagine her surprise when she discovers an addendum to her termination agreement has been inadvertently left out of her paperwork and means she now must learn to deal with real feelings. How can a dead girl be expected to feel anything when life had left her so empty? Then she meets Lew Stanton—captain of the chess team and computer whiz who makes her dead heart beat phantom rhythms in her chest. As if it’s not bad enough that Jada has the hots for a nerd, her new friend Annalee likes him too.

While Jada deals with all this unwanted teenaged angst, the man who murdered her is closing in on more foolish girls. Jada thinks she has plenty of time to handle her predicament until the night she gets a terrifying message: I HAVE YOUR FRIEND. In the deadly showdown with her killer, Jada not only saves Annalee, she saves herself when she figures out the real reason she had to stay here and repair what was left unfinished.

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