Made for Each Other
From the Series My Boyfriend Is a Monster
Tom Stone stepped into Seward High and into Maria McBride’s life like a bolt of lightning. He’s the perfect guy for Maria—nice, smart, and well-built. There’s just one problem: his family. Tom’s father is the town’s new funeral director, and business is booming. The bodies are piling up thick and fast in Persephone Falls, Alaska, so Dr. Stone keeps Tom up late at night working in the funeral home. And it’s clear that Dr. Stone and his creepy assistant, Graves, don’t want Maria around. Maria knows Tom was made for her. She’s determined to find out what Dr. Stone has against her. When Tom refuses to stand up to his father, Maria begins to stitch together the clues…and finds out that the Stones are into recycling in ways she never could have imagined.
|Interest Level||Grade 7 - Grade 12|
|Reading Level||Grade 8|
|Genre||Fiction, Graphic Novels, Young Adult|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Graphic Universe ™, Lerner Digital ™|
|Number of Pages||128|
|Reading Counts! Level||3.2|
Library Media Connection
“Be prepared for these titles to fly off the shelves.” —Library Media Connection
School Library Journal
“Written with humor and a fast pace, this book should have wide appeal, especially among fans of ‘Twilight’ and other supernatural romances.” —School Library Journal
School Library Journal
“The road to true love is never easy, whether you’re a jock, a nerd, or the new guy. But throw in zombies and Frankenstein’s monster and things get really difficult! Terrific art and sweet romances make these fun stories winners for fans of the paranormal. Every volume in the series (more are planned for the fall) features different characters, paranormal creatures, writers, and artists, giving readers a chance to enjoy the variety.” —School Library Journal
The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
“This series, with the flashy titles (each extended with a sequence of several funny subtitles), eye-catching covers, and popular themes, will easily attract readers; happily, they will be rewarded with sturdy plots and clever takes on human/monster love.” —The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
“Teens who want horror with some romance (or romance with a little horror) will have fun with this book.” —VOYA
“The romance and scares are real, but light, and make for a thoroughly enjoyable read.” —Booklist
Illustrator: Eldon Cowgur
Creator of the webcomic www.astray3.com, Eldon Cowgur can be found at his humble northwest Arkansas dwelling, drawing wild tales of curious locations.
Author: Paul D. Storrie
Paul D. Storrie was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, and despite time spent in Grand Rapids, Chicago, and Los Angeles, has returned to Metro-Detroit time and again. He attended Grand Valley State University and received a B.A. in English Language and Literature, knowing that he wanted to tell stories for a living. His first published work was the comic book series Robyn of Sherwood in 1998. Since then he has written for numerous publishers, including a story for Marvel’s Captain America: Red, White & Blue anthology, the mini-series Gotham Girls for DC Comics, Star Trek Alien Spotlight: Andorians for IDW, and several tales for Graphic Universe, including Junior Library Guild selection Hercules: The Twelve Labors with artist Steve Kurth and Children’s Choice Book Awards finalist Beowulf: Monster Slayer with artist Ron Randall.