At five years old, Kate Muir blacks out. She sees a vision of her parents, a man with blue eyes, and a semi-truck with broken headlights. After ather episode on her tenth birthday, her mama explains the meaning of these strange occurrences-Kate has the ability to see the future. But matter what she sees, her mama forbids Kate to alter what is to come. Kate, unlike her charming brother, Evan, has trouble fitting in with the people of Mystic Water. When Evan dies in a tragic accident, teenage Kate becomes even more of an outsider. But after a chance encounter with a young man from the most prestigious family in town, Kate's life changes, and she receives a surprise kck at her window two days later. What follows is a whirlwind of new experiences for Kate, but her gift refuses to allow the excitement to last. She has a gut-wrenching premonition, and the vision could change her life forever. Will Kate break the rules and alter the future? Will she stop the event from happening before it's too late? Overflowing with longing, love, and a dash of magic, Little Blackbird is an enthralling tale of compassion, young love, and accepting one's self.
Jennifer Moorman was born and raised in southern Georgia, where honeysuckle grows wild and the whippoorwills sing. She considers herself a traveler, an amateur baker, and a dreamer. Jennifer lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where she is currently working on her next novel, Honeysuckle Hollow. Her enchanting debut novel, The Baker's Man, is available in print and as an e-book. To learn more about Jennifer, visit her website at www.jennifermoorman.com.