18 April 2014

Teaser Week 3: Girl Lost by Nazarea Andrews

Girl Lost
by Nazarea Andrews.
Audience/Genre: Contemporary Romance.
Publication: May 1st 2014 by A&A Literary.
Everyone told me that I imagined what happened. They said I drifted for weeks, alone. When they finally picked me out of the ocean, I was almost dead. Even my brothers refused to believe anything else. And eventually, I stopped talking about the red-haired boy on an island no one’s heard of.

But I never forgot him—even though I tried....

Northern was supposed to be a fresh start—a place where people didn’t know who I was or how I had spent years in and out of mental institutes. But when Peter sits next to me in lit class, I can’t stop the memories. He looks too much like the boy from the island and coaxes my secrets from me.

Peter is gorgeous, irresistible, a little mad, and completely lost. We are a pair of broken cogs in a world neither of us truly fits into. And he listens when I talk, about the past and the terrifying future. He is somehow gentle and fierce, heartbreaking in his devotion and savage in his defense.

When his best friend shows up, pale and lovely and sick, Peter pulls away from me. It’s a relationship that scares and confuses me. Belle is at times warm and friendly, and at other times she is violent and unpredictable.

He says he wants me, but refuses to let himself get close. And there are secrets, surrounding both of us, that border on nightmares. As the memories close in, as Belle gets sicker and more violent, I’m torn between what is true, what I believe, and what this magical boy knows about my mysterious past
*Suitable for 17+. A romantic contemporary retelling of the boy who never grew up.

Nazarea Andrews is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read. She loves chocolate and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids. She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, and overgrown dog.

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