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TITLE: Something in the water
AUTHOR: Teresa Mummert

There’s a place just south of town that people hide their secrets. The police call it the killing field. Seven bodies have been unearthed there in the past thirteen years. Four of those were in the last few months alone. If you ask me, this whole town is a killing field, riddled with corrupted innocence and decaying youth.
Nothing ever changed here. Maybe that's why I was drawn to the new boy who moved in across the street. Momma called him a heathen. He looked like freedom to me. I didn't care what it was that he was running from, as long as he took me along for the ride. But the distance couldn’t help me escape my past, and some secrets were best to stay buried.
Something in the Water has a mature storyline. Some readers may find the content triggering. Not intended for readers under the age of eighteen. Portions of this story appeared in my young adult novel The Death of Lila Jane.
My Review
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SOMETHING IN THE WATER: Is a 'New Adult' stand-alone novel by Teresa Mummert. In this we meet Emery and Ford. Spoken in 'Dual POV's. 

Going into this I expected to land in the killing field itself, which between you and I, I was secretly looking forward too. But funnily enough that doesn’t make an appearance until you near the end. And that's when the synopsis starts to make sense in a roundabout way. So I was slightly confused up to that point. Though I still enjoyed this intricate tale this author weaved. 

You could say Emery's life changed that day her and her momma arrived into that sleepy town of DeRidder, Louisiana, April 3rd, 2011, aged 9. Meeting her momma's fiance for the very first time, Sheriff Sutton who pledged that his house resided on a plantation. That small sleepy town harboured a lot of deep buried secrets. 

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Then it jumps to 2018 

A newcomer has arrived in town. Seventeen year old Ford, he's coming to stay with an Uncle he's not had anything to do with. He'd not seen him since he was a small boy. 
Emery noticed him right away. He starred in her very own personal reality show right outside her bedroom window. For months it was just catching glimpses of him. He'd also starred in every romance novel she'd ever read. 

As the start of highschool draws closer Ford's Uncle begs Ford to take the neighbours girl into town to gather school supplies, it's also the day that changed Ford and Emery's life forever. Emery also vowed that with high school starting she was going to come out of her shell and live life. 

Emery came across much younger than her seventeen years, I know she'd closed herself off and lived the life similar to a recluse, watching the world go round from her bedroom. Ford came across like your typical hot head with a chip on his shoulder, fight first ask questions later. But together these two kind of made sense. She calmed him down and he brought her out of her shell. 

About the Author
grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania where she began dating her husband when they were only sixteen years old. They married at eighteen and soon moved around the United States as her husband began his military career. They are the proud parents of four children.
Teresa began writing when her husband was deployed to Afghanistan as a way to cope with him being away at war. She soon became a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. 

Her work includes the word of mouth bestselling, White Trash Trilogy, which landed her a three book publishing deal with Simon & Schuster. That series includes White Trash Beautiful, White Trash Damaged, and A Song For Us. She has also written the New York Times and USA Today bestselling novel The Note, the USA Todaybestselling novel Safe Word, as well as Perfect Lie, Pretty Little Things, Honor Student, Honor Thy Teacher, Honor and Obey, Honor and Betray, Rellik, The Good Girls, Something Wicked, The Death of Lila Jane, Crave, Hollow, the USA Today bestselling co- written novel Sweet Nothing, and her newest New Adult novel Shameless. 

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