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Everything ends at the graveyard.
Emma Hall has everything: love, happiness, a future.
One drunk driver later, it’s over. What’s left of hope and dreams is buried in the cemetery, and it’s to the cemetery Emma goes after school and dinner are done. She’s alone, there. It’s peaceful. It’s quiet. And it’s all that remains of Nathan.
Death took her father when she was eight, and she survived that. But losing Nathan as well almost destroys her world. She has her mother, she has her half-deaf Rottweiler, and she has her friends—but grief is a void that threatens to devour all warmth, all hope.
And everything begins at the graveyard.
When you go to a graveyard to be alone, you don’t expect to find people. Emma’s classmate Eric appears to be haunting the graveyard as well. It’s awkward; she wants privacy, and she doesn’t want to intrude on his reasons for being there.
His reasons are not the same as hers. He’s looking for someone dangerous, and he’s been waiting for that person to appear. He’s certain it can’t be Emma. But he’s not alone. His companion doesn’t agree, and his companion has been waiting for Emma Hall for a very, very long time.
Emma Hall hates death.
But not as much as the dead do, as she’s about to discover.