Empath by Becca J. Campbell
Becca J. Campbell
Romantic and Suspenseful with a Supernatural Twist
SUPERNATURAL EMPATHY isn’t a gift, it’s a curse. Anywhere she goes, Jade’s emotions are replaced by those of the people around her.
Jade grew up in a suburb of Colorado Springs, protected from other people by her parents. Now she faces college—and the world—with nothing to shield her from unwanted feelings.
When Cam, a classmate with a major crush on her, unintentionally hijacks her emotions, Jade struggles to keep from being carried away in feelings of attraction. When Ethan, a psychopath with a thirst for fear, fixates on her, the emotional impact could be lethal.
Caught in a deadly trap, Jade must untangle the emotions and find a way to use her empathic curse to overcome this killer or be overcome by him.
About Becca Campbell:
An avid lover of stories that tiptoe the line between fantasy and reality (even when they plunge off one side or the other), Becca J. Campbell looks for new angles on bridging the gap between the two. She holds a special place in her heart for any story that involves superpowers or time travel. Her passion is defying the limits of her own creativity.
Becca’s journey into writing began as many of her other creative endeavors do – by daring herself to try something new. The question “what if I wrote a novel?” and some hastily scribbled notes on a church handout were the inspirations that jump-started her first book. Since then, she has written half a dozen additional novels and several shorter works.
Praise for Empath:
“I have read other books by Becca and this is by far the best. She has an amazing talent for writing human emotion! This is a superbly written story. The reader is immediately pulled into Jade’s world and it’s difficult to drag yourself out. The characters are realistic and colorful. I found myself feeling along with Jade and rooting for her too!” – J.C. Morrows
“Empath is definitely worth the read and was like a fresh breath of air in the now very over populated Faye, vampire, werewolf world.” – Sonja Marnewick
“There is something about a well written villain that just makes a plot line, and Becca definitely hit home with her dark creation.” – Amanda Jones