Sweet Nightmare by Tracy Wolff shared by book fairies in NY

Book fairies in the United States share Tracy Wolff’s Sweet Nightmare

“I know it doesn’t sound like much, but the story isn’t in the setup. It’s in the blood and the betrayal”

The Book Fairies are sharing some very special copies of Sweet Nightmare by Tracy Wolff! Just look at that sprayed edge 🙂 Each book was accompanied by a letter from the author…

Were you lucky enough to spot one?

About the book:

The scariest school on earth
Is about to experience real fear…

Most schools are about being the best. This school? It’s about being the worst. Calder Academy is where the rogue paranormals go. The ones who break the rules or lose control. And when that happens for vamps, werewolves, witches, and dark fae? It gets pretty freaking scary.

I should know. Because I’m trapped here.

Look, every seventeen-year-old girl thinks their mom is a tyrant. But mine just happens to run Calder Academy, which paints a giant target on my back. The way I make it through these dark halls is by steering clear of the things―and kids―who go bump in the night.

Especially Jude Abernathy-Lee.

But when a freak storm hits our isolated island, I’m stuck without a backup plan. The power is gone. The lights are out. And our worst nightmares are suddenly real―and out for blood.

Now the only way to survive is to align myself with one evil to avoid the other. And the only thing worse than the idea of getting close to Jude? Secretly loving every minute of it.

Lucky and happy finders!

We absolutely LOVE hearing from those who find the books we leave behind! Today we received a bumper amount of book finder messages and here are some of our favorites…

Get your hands on a copy:

While we’ve stopped hiding copies (for now!) this book is now available in all good bookstores! If you prefer to order online, you can still support indies if you head to Bookshop.org to order Sweet Nightmare! In the meantime… spot the ACTUAL REAL SNAKE posing with one of the books:

Sweet Nightmare by Tracy Wolff shared by book fairies with a real snake

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