Through Her Eyes by Jennifer Archer
April 15, 2011
Sixteen-year-old Tansy Piper moves with her grandfather and her mother, a horror writer, to the setting of her mother's next book--a secluded house outside of a tiny, desolate West Texas town. Lonely and upset over the move, Tansy escapes into her photography and the dark, seductive poems she finds hidden in the cellar, both of which lure her into the mind and world of a mysterious, troubled young man who died sixty years earlier.
Photography? Seductive poems? Being lured into the past by afore mentioned poems? That has me pretty intrigued. And as usual the cover is gorgeous.