No Ordinary Girl - A.M. Goldsher Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755358589 / Genre: Romance / Author: A.M. Goldsher / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2010-11-25 by Little Black Dress
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A.M. Goldsher No Ordinary Girl (Little Black Dress)
Paperback. Pub Date: 2011 Pages: 320 in Publisher: Headline Book ...
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by - written on 30/01/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Abbey Beynam has super powers. No really, she does. She is super strong, she can fly, she can read people's minds and many more things that Abbey hasn't even discovered about herself yet that choose to present themselves at the weirdest of times. Abbey chooses to hide her "weird stuff" (her name for her super-powers) from everyone except her direct family, but when her FBI employed boyfriend Murphy admits he knows about Abbey's weird stuff and they want her to come and work for them, she suddenly becomes very unsure. She doesn't want her powers to be widely known about, and she just wants a normal life...except for the occasional night time flight which she ... Read the complete review
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