White is for Magic, by Laurie Faria Stolarz

whiteA year later, and it’s happening again. Stacey is having dream premonitions. But this time, two things have changed. She’s not the only one having these dreams, and it’s her own death that she’s dreaming about.

Okay I’m even more in love with this series now. This book was so perfect! So much fun, and I absolutely loved some of the newly introduced characters. The only real drawback was the aftermath of Stacey’s dreams in this book. Stacey generally has a physical side effect after her nightmares that generally act as a clue. In the first book, she wets the bed. In this book, she throws up, often rather violently. And you guys know how much I hate that! But even with that happening, I was able to look past it and get completely enthralled in the book. And remember what I said about predictability re: crime shows and books? Well this was anything but predictable, which makes me so happy! It’s like I got my wish!

Book 1: Blue is for Nightmares

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