Zellie Wells Trilogy


Zellie Wells has a devastating crush on Avery Adams, the son of her mom’s high school sweetheart. At her sixteenth birthday party, held in the basement of her dad’s church, she finally finds the courage to talk to him. Turns out, the devastating crush is mutual.

As Avery takes her hand and leads her out onto the makeshift dance floor, Zellie is overwhelmed by her first vision of his death; shocking because not only are they both covered in his blood, but they’re old, like 35, and she is pregnant.

Afraid to tell anyone about the vision, (she’d just be labeled a freaky black magic witch, right?) Zellie keeps the knowledge of Avery’s future to herself and tries to act like any other teenager in love.  When they get caught on their way to a secret rendezvous by her mom and his dad, they are forbidden to see each other.

Convinced that their parents are freaking out unnecessarily, Avery and Zellie vow to be together no matter what.  They continue their relationship in secret until Zellie learns that their parents are just trying to prevent her and Avery from suffering like they did. The visions are hereditary, they’re dangerous, and if they stay together the visions will come true.

Now Zellie must choose between severing all ties with Avery, like her mom did to prevent his father’s death, and finding a way to change Avery’s future.

The choice is made for her, when, due to a series of catastrophic events a new power emerges within Zellie that aids her in protecting her family and Avery, but causes his father’s, Mike Adams, death in the process.

Confused, angry, and frightened that their daughter might be responsible for Mike Adams demise, Zellie’s parents send her to Portland to stay with her great aunt Hazel for the summer. There, Zellie meets a mentor and sets about embracing her abilities and using them for good.  The only problem is her powers aren’t as, well, powerful without Avery by her side, and he totally hates her for killing his dad.

Not exactly the kind of situation where Zellie can ask WWJD, is it?

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Zellie Wells’ life is changing.  Her relationship with Avery is growing stronger every day, but their parents are still giving them ultimatums and trying to keep them apart.  Her newly discovered powers have all but disappeared. Benjamin, another young Retroact, is back and has brought with him a painful shared vision and a troubled past.  While working together to figure out what the vision means, Zellie discovers that Benjamin is a worthy friend and mentor.  If only he could keep his hands off of her – if only she wanted him to…

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Zellie Wells has mastered her powers and gotten the guy. She’s lived through her parents’ divorce and being separated from Avery. She’s come back from the dead.

What else is there?

Oh, yeah. REVENGE.

Discover how it all ends when Zellie and the gang finally track down Mildred and fight to right the wrongs of The Society’s past, present and future.

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All three books in the Zellie Wells trilogy, Glimpse, Glimmer and Glow, available in one volume.

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6 thoughts on “Zellie Wells Trilogy

  1. I love all the zellies books 🙂 may you please make a fourth one i finish all the collection and i want to see if zellie and avery will always me together and if she will be the head master of the society 🙂 the suspands its killing me ….

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