Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Release Week Blitz: Walk The Edge by Katie McGarry + Giveaway!

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One moment...

That’s all it takes to change your life.

What happens when your entire future is on the line because of one reckless moment? This is what Breanna Miller and Thomas “Razor” Turner have to face in Katie McGarry’s WALK THE EDGE. Blackmail, family secrets, future plans on the verge of collapsing, two people who aren’t supposed to be together fall in love, and the power of social media in defining who you are when you’re not even sure who that person is yet…Join the Club and immerse yourself in the world of the Reign of Terror. Pick up WALK THE EDGE today!

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One moment of recklessness will change their worlds 

Smart. Responsible. That's seventeen-year-old Breanna's role in her large family, and heaven forbid she put a toe out of line. Until one night of shockingly un-Breanna-like behavior puts her into a vicious cyberbully's line of fire—and brings fellow senior Thomas "Razor" Turner into her life. 

Razor lives for the Reign of Terror motorcycle club, and good girls like Breanna just don't belong. But when he learns she's being blackmailed over a compromising picture of the two of them—a picture that turns one unexpected and beautiful moment into ugliness—he knows it's time to step outside the rules. 

And so they make a pact: he'll help her track down her blackmailer, and in return she'll help him seek answers to the mystery that's haunted him—one that not even his club brothers have been willing to discuss. But the more time they spend together, the more their feelings grow. And suddenly they're both walking the edge of discovering who they really are, what they want, and where they're going from here.

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"There's something about McGarry's writing that's totally enthralling. Her characters are vivid, flawed and riveting, making this is a truly amazing read!" 
~ RT Book Reviews

 "Katie McGarry is a master of her craft! Raw emotion, pure grit, I hang on every word. Her characters are real people with real problems and I cheer them every step of the way. Ready for a new addiction? Look no further than Katie McGarry's books." 
~ Gena Showalter, Bestselling author of Firstlife 

"I finished WALK THE EDGE by the amazing Katie McGarry. It was SO good that now I feel bereft. I already miss Razor & Bre - I need to know more! She is by far my #1 favorite author. She paints a picture with the words, puts you IN the story... LOVE." 
~ Lori Foster, New York Times Bestselling Author

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Katie McGarry was a teenager during the age of grunge and boy bands and remembers those years as the best and worst of her life. She is a lover of music, happy endings, reality television, and is a secret University of Kentucky basketball fan. Katie is the author of full length YA novels, PUSHING THE LIMITS, DARE YOU TO, CRASH INTO YOU, TAKE ME ON, BREAKING THE RULES, and NOWHERE BUT HERE and the e-novellas, CROSSING THE LINE and RED AT NIGHT. Her debut YA novel, PUSHING THE LIMITS was a 2012 Goodreads Choice Finalist for YA Fiction, a RT Magazine's 2012 Reviewer's Choice Awards Nominee for Young Adult Contemporary Novel, a double Rita Finalist, and a 2013 YALSA Top Ten Teen Pick. DARE YOU TO was also a Goodreads Choice Finalist for YA Fiction and won RT Magazine’s Reviewer’s Choice Best Book Award for Young Adult Contemporary fiction in 2013.


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Friday, March 25, 2016

Book Blitz: The Letting by Cathrine Goldstein | On Sale for $.99! Ends today!

Welcome to the BOOK BLITZ for The Letting by Cathrine Goldstein! Today is the final day of the 99 cent sale! 
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The Letting
Release Date: 12/15/14
335 pages

What if the Devil doesn’t know he’s the Devil?


This is the question Veronica “Ronnie” Billings poses to Phoenix, her sworn enemy, the leader of the Peaceful Revolution, and the one she loves.

Kidnapped by Phoenix’s rebels, Ronnie learns how wrong she has been. She had no idea that her patriotism was wasted on a corrupt government. Ronnie was proud to be a Leader; taking hundreds of harvested girls to the Letting facility. After all, she was saving them from future Couplings and bringing them to the safety of the New World. Or so she thought…

Confused, Ronnie realizes the only way to discover the truth is to trust her heart. Together, Phoenix and Ronnie devise a plan to stop their corrupt government and preempt the dangerous rebel coup which is approaching. But when their plan goes awry, will Ronnie be strong enough to save Phoenix, her country, and herself?

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"What if the Devil doesn't know he's the Devil?" I ask.

 Phoenix shakes his head, confused. "What?"

 "Why? Why does the bad I've done have to define me?"

 "Because you're a murdering sadist," he snaps back at me.

 "No, I am not." I clench my teeth, standing my ground. I am tired of these labels I am suddenly wearing. "I never, I mean never knew what happened to those girls I led to the Lettings. I am so very sorry I played any role in this vile enterprise in which we exist, but I was clueless. Maybe I'm ignorant, or downright stupid, but I would rather have been dead than be responsible for hurting anyone. And before you go throwing malicious names around, maybe it's time you consider maybe you're wrong...? What if you kidnapped and tortured me in the name of a revolution that is wrong?"

 "It's not," he argues.

 "But I didn't think I was wrong, either." I am exasperated. "Don't you get it?"

 He takes a step back away from me, but I go on.

 "We are completely turned around. The only information we're fed is from a corrupt enterprise. What makes you think your information is any more accurate than mine?"

 For the first time ever, he looks terrified. I let a moment go by before I gesture for Raven to come over, and she hurries to my side.

 "This is Raven," I say, slowly, talking to Phoenix. "She's your sister."


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Given my love for cities and all that is gritty, my new obsession with trees really has me stumped. (Sorry.) Maybe it's because trees are the inspiration behind my new YA/NA novel, THE LETTING.

Whatever the reason for my new infatuation, some things remain constant -- like my love for: coffee (although sadly, it's now decaf); yoga; Luna bars (I am petitioning for them to bring back Chocolate Raspberry!); running in my neighborhood; Hemingway; Bukowski... and, above all, my husband and my girls.

I am the author of the bestselling novel, Sleeping With Mortals: The Story of a New York Mistress, and I'm also a playwright. I have my B.A. in English and my M.A. in Theatre. 



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Monday, March 21, 2016

Game Of Thrones: 5 Ways Season 6 Could Stray From The Novels


Warning: This article contains SPOILERS

Season six of Game Of Thrones is set to premiere at the end of April, and while there's always excitement for a new season of HBO's hit show, this year feels a little bit different. That's because, as has been written about extensively, author George R.R. Martin failed to publish the next novel in the series before season six was filmed (and indeed there's still no word on when the book will be out). And because season five more or less caught up to most of the plot lines in the fifth book, A Dance With Dragons, season six will mark the first time we've seen HBO plowing ahead without the books to guide them.

Most fans always knew this was going to be the case. Martin is a notoriously slow writer (which of course is his right, particularly given the amount of detail he packs into this series), and HBO isn't about to put the show on hiatus just to let the books roll out. There have been various, vague indications that the show runners have been let in on certain storylines that Martin intends to write. But it certainly sounds like the books and the show will diverge at least to some extent this season.

But how will they diverge? Well, we'll begin to find out at the end of April. In the meantime, however, it doesn't hurt to speculate! Here are five ways the new season may well branch off from the books and Martin's plans moving forward.

1. Stannis Baratheon May Be Dead

Stannis Baratheon was dealt a crushing defeat toward the end of season five of the show. The last time we saw him he was sitting wounded against a tree as he was confronted by Brienne of Tarth. Seeking to avenge her beloved Renly, Brienne appeared to finish Stannis off (and Stannis appeared to accept his fate). But as the sword swung and thudded, the scene cut away; she could well have simply swung it into the tree and decided to spare him.

By contrast, the books simply mentioned the defeat of Stannis's army, but not the confrontation with Brienne. In response to fans wondering about the rightful king's fate, Martin has confirmed that Stannis is still meant to be alive in the books. However, David Nutter (who directed the episode featuring the incident with Brienne) has said that Stannis is meant to have been killed in the show. However, this could always be misdirection and for now we just don't know. If Stannis is dead it's a pretty serious departure for the show.

Aegon Might Not Exist

Let's get one thing straight: GoT fans love Targaryen lore. The idea of an ancient, but extinct, line of kings who rode dragons and ruled the land with an iron grip is simply fascinating, particularly when there are still stray descendants sprinkled around the land. A gamers' blog even suggested that Targaryen subplots and prequel tales would make good additions to the popular Game Of Thrones-based Telltale Games series, despite the fact that such tales don't exist in literature or on TV yet. It's a popular concept.

And yet it appears that the show is ready to cut out one of the few Targaryen subplots we do have. In A Dance With Dragons it was revealed that a boy named Young Griff was actually a Targaryen in hiding - specifically Aegon, son of Rhaegar and nephew to Daenerys. Supported by Varys and directed by Tyrion to start conquering Westeros to win Daenerys's respect, Aegon is leading a suspenseful story that hasn't yet been fleshed out by Martin. But all indications are that no one has been cast in such a role for season six on TV.

Cersei Might Go Wild

Let's remember one thing before we get into this one: the Lannister credo is among the most ominous in Westeros, as well as one of the most popularly quoted. Any fan of the books or show can reference it, and indeed it's even been used as the backdrop for a GoT-based slot gaming experience. Game Of Thrones Slots is described via the phrase "although the Baratheons award the most, a Lannister pays his debts." In that case it's a play on money earned and owed in a casino gaming format - in the show, however, it refers to vengeance.

The question isn't whether or not Cersei has some "debts" to pay. Rather, it's how ballistic she's going to go. At the end of A Dance With Dragons, Cersei seemed somewhat crippled, back with her support system and undoubtedly fuming, but weakened. In the show, however, while the same is true, we could already see the fire burning in Lena Headey's eyes. And there's one more key detail: in the show, her daughter Myrcella has been murdered (and she doesn't even know it yet). If she finds out this season we could see a full-on tyrannical rampage, whereas in the books Myrcella's fate is a little murky at this point.

Theon May Find Redemption A Different Way

At the end of season five, we saw Theon Greyjoy overcome his psychological ruin to do the right thing and help Sansa escape Winterfell. It looked vaguely like a suicide (which under the circumstances would qualify as a kind of escape), though every indication is that we'll soon find out they survived the fall.

Where we last saw Theon in the books, there were hints of a more personal brand of redemption. He was essentially pulled out of his personal hell when he heard Bran's voice reaching out to him in the Winterfell Godswood. The only thing that seems certain is that at least on some level Theon will redeem his unforgivable actions. But it looks like it's going to happen very differently in the books and show.

And Then There's Jon Snow

I'll put it this way: we have no idea if Jon is alive (or how he's alive) in the show or the books. We know that Kit Harington will be present in season six, and it's begun to seem inevitable that he's either been brought back to life or that he somehow didn't die when we watched quarts of blood spill out of his body and onto the snow. In the books, it's perhaps even more difficult to predict his fate because we couldn't see the stabbing happening and there's no Kit Harrington on set rumor for books. But given how much the show and the books are straying from one another it feels pretty likely that the Snow saga will be handled in different ways.


Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Cover Reveal: Ascenders: Skypunch by C.L. Gaber

Welcome to the cover reveal for Ascenders: Skypunch by C.L. Gaber! This is book #2 in the Ascenders series.

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Ascenders: Skypunch (Ascenders #2)
Genre: YA Paranormal
In the Midst—a place for those who die young—there are no rules except one.

And Walker Callaghan, dead at seventeen, just broke it. She briefly revisited her earthly life . . . and the punishment is eternal. Longing for her rebel love interest, Daniel Reid, Walker finds an ally in Cass, whose attraction to her is as alive as he is. “Life is short,” he tells her. “I’m banking on eternity. With you.”

In the second book of the Ascenders Saga, a realm-jumping journey takes Walker and Daniel back to life again when they search for something buried in history. They team with students from several other schools in the middle realm including a place for teens born with oddities. It’s home to the Claires . . . beautiful, ruthless, and quite dead seventeen-year-old quads who each have a different clairvoyant gift.

Can Walker survive another adventure of an afterlife-time—or at the tender age of seventeen will she find herself on the downside of eternity?


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About the Author

   
C.L. Gaber is the author of the ASCENDERS SAGA and co author of Jex Malone. A well known entertainment journalist, she lives in Nevada with her husband Ron, bonus daughter Sabrina and two unruly dogs. ASCENDERS 2 is due out in early 2016. 

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Tuesday, March 8, 2016

A Call for HELP (again)! Looking for a co-blogger or reviewer.

Hey everyone! 
Last year I posted a call for help and found some great people to help me but sadly two of the three have left my blog due to personal reasons. While it really saddens me to see them leave after only working for a few months I know it's for the best. So yes, now I am back to looking for a some help.  Below is all the info about the jobs open and how to apply. PLEASE, only serious applicants apply. 

Thank you! I look forward to working with some new people soon!

I know there is a high demand for this type of work on book blogs but I am willing to ask and hope. ;) So if you're someone who has always wanted to start a blog of your own but never have, once owned a blog or even someone who loves to review books then continue reading...

OPEN JOBS:
Co-Blogger (1-2)
Full time or part time reviewer (1-3)

CO-BLOGGER
General Requirements:
  • You must have basic knowledge of HTML and are able to format a blog post.
  • You must be willing to keep in touch with me by either email, IM or social media. 
  • You should be reliable and active on the internet and are able to check your emails at least two to three times a week.
  • You must be able to post at least once or twice a week but the more the better. 
  • To contribute on the blog by either writing a discussion post, hosting a giveaway, do basic promo posts with authors/publishers and just working with me on upcoming events. 
  • Post a review at lease 2 times a month. 
  • LOVE reading and YA-Adult books. Have a positive attitude.
*The "Additional note" seen below also applies to co-bloggers.
REVIEWERS
General Requirements:
  • You must be able to post (or have me set up the post for you) a review up at least twice a month. You are welcome to post more if you'd choose.  
  • If given a book via author/publisher you must read/review said book on deadline or with 3 months of accepting the review request.  (this is void if you didn't like said book)
  • You MUST be honest and fair when reviewing books. You are allowed to post a negative review as long as you keep it more towards constructive criticism than hate.
Additional note: 
I will be also sending you emails when review requests come in. These will either be requests for you personally via authors/publishers or ones I share with you directed to all of us. Also owning an e-reader is a plus but not required.

You DO NOT have to review only review book copies. You CAN review any book of your choosing. 
The Perks!
  • Working directly with authors and publishers and feeling good about helping to make a difference.
  • Free books! Including ARC's and finished copies both print and ebook. (this should not be the only reason you want to help)
  • Making friends and growing closer to the book blogging community. 
  • Join in on blog tours and other events with your favorite authors. 
  • You will be added to the ABOUT US page and REVIEW POLICY PAGE. 
  • FUN!!!

If you have any questions about the info above or wish to know more please email me at chikittie@gmail.com or tweet me @SyCo4Twilight. 

NOW ACCPETING APPLACTIONS!
All you have to do is copy and paste the form below into an email addressed to:
ChiKittie@gmail.com
with the subject line: "BE APPLACTION".
  1. Name: 
  2. Age:
  3. Country:
  4. Email:
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  6. Do you own an e-reader?
  7. Tell me a little about yourself:
  8. What are your favorite genres of books?
  9. How much time can you commit to blogging a week? What types of posts are you willing to do?*
  10. Have you ever blogged before and where? 
  11. Do you know about to use the blogger platform and work with HTML?*
  12. Why do you want to be part of the Bittersweet Enchantment family?
  13. Link to a review(s) you've written: 
The questions with the * by are only for co-bloggers to answer. 


I am SO looking forward to hopefully soon welcoming a few new awesome people to the Bittersweet Enchantment family! If you think this is something you want to do or know someone who does don't hesitate on emailing me. 
As always happy reading and thanks for stopping by!


Friday, March 4, 2016

Cover Reveal: WALK THE EDGE by Katie McGarry | Pre-Order Event!

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We are so excited to bring you the Chapter One Reveal for WALK THE EDGE by Katie McGarry! WALK THE EDGE is a Young Adult Contemporary Romance being published by HarlequinTeen and is a part of Katie McGarry’sThunder Road Series. It is being released on March 29th, 2016. Be sure to pre-order your copy and unlock special content today!



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WALK THE EDGE Chapter One:
THERE ARE LIES in life we accept. Whether it’s for the sake of ignorance, bliss or, in my case, survival, we all make our choices.

I choose to belong to the Reign of Terror Motorcycle Club. I choose to work for the security company associated with them. I also choose to do this while still in high school.

All of this boils down to one choice in particular—whether or not to believe my father’s version of a lie or the town’s. I chose my father’s lie. I chose the brotherhood of the club.

What I haven’t chosen? Being harassed by the man invad­ing my front porch. He’s decked out in a pair of pressed kha­kis and a button-down straight from a mall window. The real question—is he here by choice or did he draw the short stick?
“As I said, son,” he continues, “I’m not here to talk to your dad. I’m here to see you.”
A hot August wind blows in from the thick woods sur­rounding our house, and sweat forms on the guy’s skin. He’s too cocky to be nervous, so that dumps the blame of his shiny forehead on the 110-degree heat index.
“You and I,” he adds, “we need to talk.”
My eyes flash to the detective badge hanging on the guy’s hip and then to his dark blue unmarked Chevy Caprice parked in front of my motorcycle in the gravel drive. Twenty bucks he thinks he blocked me in. Guess he underestimated I’ll ride on the grass to escape.
This guy doesn’t belong to our police force. His plates suggest he’s from Jefferson County. That’s in the northern part of Ken­tucky. I live in a small town where even the street hustlers and police know each other by name. This man—he’s an outsider.
I f lip through my memory for anything that would jus­tify his presence. Yeah, I stumbled into some brawls over the summer. A few punches thrown at guys who didn’t keep their mouths sealed or keep their inflated egos on a leash, but noth­ing that warrants this visit.
A bead of water drips from my wet hair onto the worn gray wood of the deck and his eyes track it. I’m fresh from a shower. Jeans on. Black boots on my feet. No shirt. Hair on my head barely pushed around by a towel.
The guy checks out the tats on my chest and arms. Most of it is club designs, and it’s good for him to know who he’s dealing with. As of last spring, I officially became a mem­ber of the Reign of Terror. If he messes with one of us, he messes with us all.
“Are you going to invite me in?” he asks.
I thought the banging on the door was one of my friends showing to ride along with me to senior orientation, not a damned suit with a badge.
“You’re not in trouble,” he says, and I’m impressed he doesn’t shuff le his feet like most people do when they arrive on my doorstep. “As I said, I want to talk.”
I maintain eye contact longer than most men can manage.
Silence doesn’t bother me. There’s a ton you can learn about a person from how they deal with the absence of sound. Most can’t handle uncomfortable battles for dominance, but this guy stands strong.
Without saying a word, I walk into the house and permit the screen door to slam in his face. I cross the room, grab my cut off the table, then snatch a black Reign of Terror T-shirt off the couch. I shrug into the shirt as I step onto the porch and shut the storm door behind me.
The guy watches me intently as I slip on the black leather cut that contains the three-piece patch of the club I belong to. Because of the way I’m angled, he can get a good look at our emblem on the back: a white half skull with fire raging out of the eyes and drops of fire raining down around it. The words Reign of Terror are mounted across the top. The town’s name, Snowflake, is spelled on the bottom rocker.
He focuses on the patch that informs him I’m packing a weapon. His hand edges to the gun holstered on his belt. He’s weighing whether I’m carrying now or if I’m gun free.
I cock a hip against the railing and hitch my thumbs in the pockets of my jeans. If he’s going to talk, it would be now. He glances at the closed door, then back at me. “This is where we’re doing this?”
“I’ve got somewhere to be.” And I’m running late. “Didn’t see a warrant on you.” So by law, he can’t enter.
A grim lift of his mouth tells me he understands I won’t make any of this easy. He’s around Dad’s age, mid to late forties. He gave his name when I opened the door, but I’ll admit to not listening.
He scans the property and he has that expression like he’s trying to understand why someone would live in a house so small. The place is a vinyl box. Two bedrooms. One bath.
A living room–kitchen combo. Possibly more windows than square footage.
Dad said this was Mom’s dream. A house just big enough for us to live in. She never desired large, but she craved land. When I was younger, she used to hug me tight and explain it was more important to be free than to be rich. I sure as hell hope Mom feels free now.
An ache ripples through me, and I readjust my footing. I pray every damn day she found some peace.
“I drove a long way to see you,” he says.
Don’t care. “Could have called.”
“I did. No one answered.”
I hike one shoulder in a “you’ve got shit luck.” Dad and I aren’t the type to answer calls from strangers. Especially ones with numbers labeled Police. There are some law enforcement officers who are cool, but most of them are like everyone else— they judge a man with a cut on his back as a psychotic felon.
I don’t have time for stupidity.
“I’m here about your mother.” The asshole knows he has me when my eyes snap to his.
“She’s dead.” Like the other times I say the words, a part of me dies along with her.
This guy has green eyes and they soften like he’s apolo­getic. “I know. I’m sorry. I’ve received some new evidence that may help us discover what caused her death.”
Anger curls within my muscles and my jaw twitches. This overwhelming sense of insanity is what I fight daily. For years, I’ve heard the whispers from the gossips in town, felt the stares of the kids in class, and I’ve sensed the pity of the men in the Reign of Terror I claim as brothers. It’s all accu­mulated to a black, hissing doubt in my soul.
Suicide.
It’s what everyone in town says happened. It’s in every hushed conversation people have the moment I turn my back. It’s not just from the people I couldn’t give two shits about, but the people who I consider family.
I shove away those thoughts and focus on what my father and the club have told me—what I have chosen to believe. “My mother’s death was an accident.”
He’s shaking his head and I’m fresh out of patience. I’m not doing this. Not with him. Not with anyone. “I’m not interested.”
I push off the railing and dig out the keys to my motor­cycle as I bound down the steps. The detective’s behind me. He has a slow, steady stride and it irritates me that he fol­lows across the yard and doesn’t stop coming as I swing my leg over my bike.
“What if I told you I don’t think it was an accident,” he says.
Odds are it wasn’t. Odds are every whispered taunt in my direction is true. That my father and the club drove Mom crazy, and I wasn’t enough of a reason for her to choose life.
To drown him out, I start the engine. This guy must be as suicidal as people say Mom was, because he eases in front of my bike, assuming I won’t run him down.
“Thomas,” he says.
I twist the handle to rev the engine in warning. He raises his chin like he’s finally pissed and his eyes narrow on me. “Razor.”
I let the bike idle. If he’s going to respect me by using my road name, I’ll respect him for a few seconds. “Leave me the fuck alone.”
Damn if the man doesn’t possess balls the size of Montana. He steps closer to me and drops a bomb. “I have reason to believe your mom was murdered.”


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  WALK THE EDGE Synopsis: 
One moment of recklessness will change their worlds Smart. Responsible. That's seventeen-year-old Breanna's role in her large family, and heaven forbid she put a toe out of line. Until one night of shockingly un-Breanna-like behavior puts her into a vicious cyberbully's line of fire—and brings fellow senior Thomas "Razor" Turner into her life. 

Razor lives for the Reign of Terror motorcycle club, and good girls like Breanna just don't belong. But when he learns she's being blackmailed over a compromising picture of the two of them—a picture that turns one unexpected and beautiful moment into ugliness—he knows it's time to step outside the rules. 

And so they make a pact: he'll help her track down her blackmailer, and in return she'll help him seek answers to the mystery that's haunted him—one that not even his club brothers have been willing to discuss. But the more time they spend together, the more their feelings grow. And suddenly they're both walking the edge of discovering who they really are, what they want, and where they're going from here.  

And don’t miss the first book in the Thunder Road Series,

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NOWHERE BUT HERE!


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Katie McGarry was a teenager during the age of grunge and boy bands and remembers those years as the best and worst of her life. She is a lover of music, happy endings, reality television, and is a secret University of Kentucky basketball fan. Katie is the author of full length YA novels, PUSHING THE LIMITS, DARE YOU TO, CRASH INTO YOU, TAKE ME ON, BREAKING THE RULES, and NOWHERE BUT HERE and the e-novellas, CROSSING THE LINE and RED AT NIGHT. Her debut YA novel, PUSHING THE LIMITS was a 2012 Goodreads Choice Finalist for YA Fiction, a RT Magazine's 2012 Reviewer's Choice Awards Nominee for Young Adult Contemporary Novel, a double Rita Finalist, and a 2013 YALSA Top Ten Teen Pick. DARE YOU TO was also a Goodreads Choice Finalist for YA Fiction and won RT Magazine’s Reviewer’s Choice Best Book Award for Young Adult Contemporary fiction in 2013.

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