LOST NIGHT by Kate Ellison

Poignant and haunting.
— Lynn Weingarten (praise for Kate Ellison's LOST GIRLS)
Will leave romance fans swooning.
— Publishers Weekly (praise for Kate Ellison's GIRL UNSEEN)
Readers will be swept up by both the terror—and the romance.
— Booklist starred review (praise for Kate Ellison's LOST GIRLS)

 Lost Night is the electrifying and heartbreaking prequel to Lost Girls

Sapphire knows she has to avoid trouble if she's going to survive in Neverland, the seedy neighborhood of Cleveland she now calls home. Other girls here have gone missing when they didn't play by the rules: the "lost girls," she calls them. Like her, they're all runaways-- no one to notice if they vanish for good.

And Sapphire knows, too, that falling for Bird is only going to cause trouble. She just doesn't know how soon, or how bad... And whether that trouble will come from the dangers of Neverland or from Bird himself.

All she knows is that this will be their last night together--or the night she's lost forever.

Kate Ellison spent a lot of time as a child, in Baltimore, pretending to be things she wasn’t: a twin, a telekinetic, a benevolent witch with a box full of magical stones, a spy, a soccer player. She trained as an actor in Chicago and has walked across the entire country of Spain. She is a painter and jewelry-maker, and has at least one artist friend who really does keep his true name a secret from the world. He told her, but don’t ask her to tell you—she’s not gonna do it. Kate lives in Brooklyn, New York.