DEVONNA – Synopsis and Aesthetics

My book Devonna is coming out in October 2019 and I’m super excited to share the synopsis with you guys, including a couple of aesthetics to set the mood of this paranormal YA trilogy!

Once, I died. (1)


Six years after the death of her cousin, Devonna Moreau still carries the numbing weight of guilt on her soul. People say it wasn’t her fault, but they don’t know she might’ve been able to save her were it not for her condition and biggest secret: she cannot physically feel anything.

Not a breeze or a kiss or a punch.

Until one day her skin reacts to the touch of a reserved young man named Bram Hanaghan. Which would be great, if Bram was actually alive.

But he’s a ghost.

While Devonna wishes to use that mysterious link with the dead to find her cousin, other vengeful ghosts have plans of their own for the feelless girl.

Unthinkable plans that will forever change her life–and death.


Devonna Moreau

17-year-old girl who cannot physically feel anything but the touch of ghosts.

aestheitc devonna


Bram Hanaghan

20-year-old ghost who woke up on a rooftop with no memories of his life–or death.

aestheitc bram



29-year-old Soul Reaper who wants to come back to the living world to get revenge.

''Welcome to the beginning of the end.''

I’ll be sharing more about Devonna real soon!

Until then, let me know what you think of these aesthetics and the synopsis in the comments! πŸ™‚


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  1. 1). girl, THOSE AESTHETICS. they fit the mood so perfectly, all dark and atmospheric and mysterious.
    2). THE SYNOPSIS SOUNDS SO INTRUIGING. I’m already a fan of Brad idec, also ROHAN is new and evil and I’m hookedβ„’
    3). I’m counting down the days till October 😭

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  2. Ooooh, that story is so intriguing! And so original… I’ll definately be on the lookout to learn more about it! I love the visuals too… The black and whiteness, the very present darkness. Well done, Audrey! Really tickles my curiousity πŸ™‚

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  3. Great use of aesthetics to set the mood for each character! πŸ™‚ Sets the scene without revealing too much – keeps the reader interested. Sounds like an intriguing story – well done for reaching that fantastic milestone & hope the publishing goes well! πŸ˜€

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  4. Audrey,

    Your aesthetics are amazing, so dark and twisted and mysterious and romantic at the same time. I dont really know what to feel looking at them. They trouble me. My favorite one is Rohan’s.

    Way to go guuurl like you young people say.

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