04 May 2012

Blog Tour : Saving You, Saving Me by Kailin Gow (Guest Post)

I'm thrilled to have Kailin Gow, author of Saving You, Saving Me and also a lot of other books, here today on my blog. Thanks to the author and AtoMR Blog Tours for hosting the tour!

Saving You, Saving Me by Kailin Gow.
Audience/Genre : Young Adult/Contemporary.
Publication : April 16th 2012 by http://www.theEDGEbooks.com.
18 year old high school senior and aspiring psychologist Samantha Sullivan (Sam) never thought she would fall for the one mysterious guy she has been speaking to over the phone for months, the boy the counselors called Daggers. She wasn't supposed to talk to him outside of their sessions. But as she began to peel the layers of Daggers and learn who he is, the one boy she is supposed to be saving, might just be the one who is saving her.

Developing Chemistry by Kailin Gow.

I write a lot, especially romances. I’m a born romantic, and I mean it in every sense of the word. Romance is more than saying and doing things. It’s a state of mind, being, and outlook. When two people meet, and there is this fusion between them in mind, being, and outlook; then there is chemistry.

In Saving You Saving Me, Samantha Sullivan is a girl trying to stay on the straight path so that she can get her scholarship to college, get out of her parents’ house, and become a psychiatrist. Between school, her work, and activities; she has no time for romance. Then by a chance meeting, she literally bumps into Collins McGregor, a young sexy music mogul, whose presence, overwhelms her senses.

First the visual: Their eyes meet, and there is instant attraction because Collins’ icy blue eyes are so intense on hers that she can’t look away. He has captured her attention, holds it, and no matter how hard she tries to look away; he has her mesmerized with the unspoken desire he has for her.

Physical: She literally bumps into him and everything scatters. It forces them to interact, and she’s taking all of him in up close, and she’s smelling his fresh sexy musk with warm vanilla spice scent. It’s a delicious combination, isn’t it? He’s touching her shoulders, trying to help her up. She can see how nice and tight his jeans fit him, and that he has impeccable taste in men’s shoes: John Lobb, well-crafted men’s shoes. He’s handsome, smells delicious, exuding masculinity, wealthy, and nice, but there’s also something else. Something dark and dangerous. She’s on her guard, but at the same time, her body can’t help reacting to him. She blushes, she heats up, feeling her body temperature rise with small beads of sweat forming on her chest. This embarrasses her, and she’s flustered, while he looks at her with that confident, arrogant look, that infuriates her, frustrates her, but makes her want him more.

They talk, and their exchange has an undercurrent of meanings. There is definitely something mysterious about Collins, and now Sam’s budding psychiatrist within wants to find out all about him. From the way he reacted to her, he’s interested in her too, intrigued by her.
So in this initial meeting between Collins and Sam, there is white hot chemistry burning between them. The chemistry is so there, so thick, everyone can feel it in the room. It’s pivotal, it’s very much part of the plot, and the catalyst that drives the characters in Saving You Saving Me. Hope you get a chance to read Saving You Saving Me and get into the lives of Collins and Sam. This is one of my favorite books I’ve written, not just because I love the story (yes, there will be a happy ending at the end of the trilogy), but because it has a real life social reach to help people deal with real life problems. In a recent interview, a host said that what Saving You Saving Me is doing, is more than getting readers to read, but it is helping save lives.

Thank you for letting me share Saving You Saving Me with you!

Kailin Gow is the multi-award-winning and bestselling author of over 100 distinct books which includes the Desire Series, PULSE, Wicked Woods, and the Frost Series. She has been professionally published since 2001. She was one of the first authors for young readers to write books for girls with supernatural elements. Her first book series about extraordinary girls guided by an angel in 2001, was a success, selling thousands of print copies in days, and inspiring girl book clubs around the U.S. In 2003, she came out with more series, including The Fairy Rose Chronicles, about fairies in Feyland. Her books have been recommended by PBS Kids, US Mental Health Association, the PTA, and homeschooling associations in the United States.

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  1. Hi there,

    I found your blog while blog hopping and I love it!!! I am also a Kindle obsessed reader, I am currently on Catching Fire of the Hunger Games Trilogy. Loving it.

    Very happy that I found you and look forward to reading more.


  2. Collins and Sam have chemistry that's palpable. I love reading all their scenes together!