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The short story Mediator fans everywhere have been waiting years to read… a fun, fast-paced, never-before-read scene in which Suze Simon agrees to marry her no-longer-dead ghost boyfriend, Jesse de Silva!

The last place Suze Simon expects to find herself during Valentine's Day is a cemetery. But that's what happens when you're a mediator—cursed with the "gift" of communicating with the dead.

That's how Suze has ended up at the graves of a pair of tragic young lovers. They're NCDPs—Non-Compliant Deceased Persons—whose drama didn't end with death. It's Suze's job to make sure they move on—for good.

But the NCDPs aren't the only ones with problems. The reason Suze is spending her Valentine's Day with the undead instead of her boyfriend, Jesse, is because he's having so much trouble adjusting to life after death . . . not surprising, considering the fact that he used to be an NCDP himself, and now his girlfriend busts his former kind for a living.

Can Suze use her mediating skills to propose a mutual resolution, and bring all these young lovers together, especially on the night Saint Valentine declared sacred to romance? Or will she end up alone—and possibly undead—herself?

©2016 Meg Cabot, LLC (P)2016 HarperCollins Publishers

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  • Cassie Devs
  • 04-02-2019

Worst narrator I’ve ever listened to

I love this book. I love this author. I love this series. But this narrator is the worst. I could barely finish this book, and it was only 2 hours long. I will not be able to listen to any of The Mediator Books and that makes me very sad because it’s my favorite series. Meg Cabot is one of my favorite authors, and The Mediator is my favorite book series. So this review has nothing to do with the book. This review is about the narrator. The narrator confuses her voices for the characters, doesn’t have a distinct voice for the main character vs her narration voice (so it can be confusing to tell who is talking), ends every sentence as if it’s a question, stresses the wrong words in sentences, and, pauses, way, too, often, in, the, sentence. Basically she is unbearable. I will be returning this and never again buying anything narrated by this person.

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  • Chelsea A.
  • 15-12-2019

Narrator changed her style

I really enjoyed this new story by Meg Cabot. I was happy to see it was also read by the same narrator as the older Mediator books I loved listening to in high school. I was not pleased, however, to hear she had totally changed her style of reading. In the older books Johanna Parker sounds like a wonderful narrator, giving life to each character. In this book she sound like any other person reading a book. She gives different voices to each character but is not the same.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-05-2017

Wonderful

If you are a fan of the Mediator series. This little snippet of what is to come is amazing!!!! Oh Suz and Jesse!

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  • Rhonda
  • 09-03-2016

Love this series

I'm so happy this series continues. I love that the characters are adults now. I hope this series continues.

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