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I read almost every genre & I enjoy venturing into unfamiliar territory. As a library volunteer, I'm constantly bringing home novels. Being a substitute teacher, I read lots of YA & children's books.  

Born to Die (Selena Alvarez/Regan Pescoli Novels)

Born To Die - Lisa Jackson I’ve always liked Lisa’s writing and this is no exception. She brings many characters into her stories but they all have meaning and they all add another element to the story which will not unfold until the final pages of her tale. People have always been told that they have a twin somewhere in the world but for Kacey, she is told that there are women, multiple women who look like her and they are dying rapidly. Will she be next? The police think it is accidental but with Kacey following the stories, these accidents are now looking like homicides. Kasey cannot explain why these women all look like her and now the sudden deaths, she must figure out what is happening. Fearing she might be next, Kacey becomes her own detective. The book moves along quickly and doesn’t waste any time with trivial information. The female detectives (yes, female) are working alongside Kacey and she is one step ahead of the detective in solving the cases and I think that makes this book exciting. Kacey doesn’t have to follow procedures, she is trying to save her own life while the police and the detectives have to follow procedures and wait for lab results and such. The drama builds and the shouting begins! The relationship between Kasey and Trace is the beginning of something special and you can tell from just the actions of the two what was going on in their minds. Kacey is a power to be reckoned with. Just when you thought you had it solved, things get changed up and another piece got added into play. A twist of fate and a great book to read.