Monday, January 26, 2015

Cover Reveal!

Naked
Release Date: 07/07/15
Entangled Teen
305 pages

Summary from Goodreads:
A teenage prostitute looking for redemption must face her secrets before they destroy her…

When tough teenager Anna ran away to New York, she never knew how bad things would get. After surviving as a prostitute, a terrifying incident leaves her damaged inside and out, and she returns home to the parents she was sure wouldn't want her anymore.

Now she has a chance to be normal again. Back in school, she meets a boy who seems too good to be true. Cute, kind, trusting. But what will he do when he finds out the truth about her past? And when a dark figure from New York comes looking for Anna, she realizes she must face her secrets…before they destroy her.


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About the Author
Stacey Trombley lives in Ohio with her husband and the sweetest Rottweiler you’ll ever meet. She thinks people are fascinating and any chance she has, she’s off doing or learning something new. She went on her first mission trip to Haiti at age twelve and is still dying to go back. Her “places to travel” list is almost as long as her “books to read” list. 

She wants to bring something new to the world through her writing, but just giving a little piece of herself is more than enough.

Keep a look out for her debut novel NAKED, coming from Entangled Teen in 2015

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

REVIEW: Glitch by Brenda Pandos





Excellent book! I cannot wait to read the next one in the series. I love seeing the evolution of Abby in the novel.  It's a lot to live up to a veritable superhero of a future self. It made me think of the terminator movie franchise,  This book goes at a good pace and left me lot of questions that I hope will be answered in the future books in this series!

5 out of 5

Friday, January 16, 2015

Review: Drawing Amanda by Stephanie Feuer





Excellent book about not only love and loss, but the dangers that lurk online in the form of predators.  The characters were well thought out and by the end of the book I found myself rooting for them. DO NOT try to do any of the plans they talked about or confront a predator yourself! Always go to a trusted adult or police officer with your concerns to keep yourself out of danger! This book is an important read for all teenagers because who knows from the safety of your own home what is lurking outside.

5 out of 5

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