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Rippler (Ripple Series Book 1)

by Cidney Swanson

Published Mar 08, 2013 by Williams Press; 2nd Edition (March 8, 2013)

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4.2 out of 5 on Amazon with 533 ratings
From Kirkus Award-Winning Author Cidney Swanson
Samantha struggles to hide her genetic trait for invisibility. When she gets help from her crush Will, the two begin a mad race to outwit the geneticist who murdered Sam's mom, but soon Sam will have to choose what she'll keep safe: Will or her secrets.

Suspenseful and romantic, Rippler and its sequels capture the collision of the beautiful with the dark. Two further sequels form a complete trilogy. Additional book in series for those who fall in love with the Ripple world and want even more!


RIPPLER is the free first book in a teen and young adult paranormal fantasy series set in a contemporary world where invisibility has long been a well kept secret. It combines the heart pounding action of a thriller with a touch of clean romance and a science fiction twist.

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