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School is over, and now Stacey, her boyfriend Jacob, and their friends have rented a beach cottage for the summer. No more stress, secrets, or stalkers. But then Stacey's nightmares return - predicting the cruel death of Clara, a mysterious girl with a secret. And now Jacob, the only one who understands Stacey's magic, is keeping secrets, too. Is he betraying Stacey's trust or protecting her from revenge and tragedy?

Don't miss a single book in the series: Blue Is for Nightmares, White Is for Magic, Silver Is for Secrets, Red is for Remembrance.

©2005 Laurie Stolarz (P)2021 Scribd Audio

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A fantastic finish

Love the entire series. Love the fourth book. Entertaining and creepy. These are books I can reread or relisten to so easily

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What a twist

I finally got back into these books 15 years later. Probably the best book of the series. Stacey’s new adventure caught my attention, definitely glad they brought back old characters but missed them as they’re not so much in it but focused more on Stacey’s life.