31 July 2016

Beach Reads in August Giveaway Hop

Welcome to our stop on the Hop! Our giveaway is for a $20 Amazon Gift Card. This is a cute book I would have read on the beach. There are a lot of books I would have read on the beach if I actually went to the beach this summer. Insert sad face! Then check out the other blogs and check out their choices and giveaways!

Willowkeep by Julie Daines.
Audience/Genre: Regency Romance, Clean Read.
Publication: June 1st 2016 by Covenant Communications, Inc..
Charlotte Darby’s ship is sinking. Penniless and alone, she is struggling to care for herself and her young sister in the harsh seaport town of Kingston upon Hull. When a solicitor from London brings news that she is the heir to a vast estate in Kent, it seems her days of rough seas are over. Willowkeep is prosperous and grand, far too much for a shipping merchant’s daughter to manage, and she quickly comes to rely on the help of Henry Morland, the estate’s kind and handsome steward.

Henry has worked hard his entire life, but all the money he’s saved won’t be enough to get his father out of debtor’s prison. Henry’s fondness for Charlotte and her sister is only another reminder of his low status and lack of money. Though he is willing to do whatever it takes to keep Charlotte happy and looked after, as the county’s wealthiest lady, she can never be his.

Courted by a charming man of the ton, threatened by those desperate to get their hands on her money, and determined to keep her sister safe from the same fate that cost her the rest of her family, Charlotte turns to the ghost of the beheaded queen, Anne Boleyn, for help. But no matter the size of the fortune, life—and love—are never smooth sailing.

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29 July 2016

Excerpt Reveal & Giveaway: "I'll Get You!" Drugs, Lies, and the Terrorizing of a PTA Mom (true crime) by Sam Rule & Kelli Peters

"I'll Get You!" Drugs, Lies, and the Terrorizing of a PTA Mom (true crime) by Sam Rule, Kelli Peters.
Audience/Genre: True Crime.
Publication: August 5th 2016.
PTA president Kelli Peters had a normal, happy life in Orange County, California, where she volunteered at her daughter’s school, carpooled, and took care of her family. When a school parent angrily accused Kelli of keeping her son waiting during the afterschool pick-up, it appeared to be a simple confrontation with an overprotective mother. Kelli soon learned, however, that she was the target of a twisted plot against her that involved drugs, lies, schemes, and a campaign to ruin her life. The vendetta led to reputations tarnished, careers lost, secret lives uncovered, two parents in jail, families destroyed, and a $5.7 million dollar civil judgment.
“I’ll Get You!” Drugs, Lies, and the Terrorizing of a PTA Mom is the true story of an ordinary American woman who survived an evil conspiracy that turned her life upside down and shook her hometown to its core.

When describing Orange County, people often say that those who live there exist “behind the Orange curtain.” This describes the sense that one is leaving the frenetic pace of Los Angeles and entering the Land of Oz. Irvine is a city known for its seeming perfection, with its pristine, clean streets and manicured lawns. As a master-planned community, everything caters to those who wish to bring their children up in a safe, tranquil place. There are green belts, community pools, brand-new shopping centers, and well-maintained gas stations on accessible corners. The community is known for its excellent schools. For example, University High in Irvine, a gold medal school, was recently voted one of the best high schools in the country by U.S. News. The average home price in Irvine is $780,000, according to Zillow in June of 2016. Even townhomes look like resorts, with beautiful pools, landscaped gardens, and workout rooms.
The blonde woman who exited the PT Cruiser, Kelli Peters, was thankful to be able to live and raise her daughter in a place like Irvine. Sometimes she couldn’t believe her good fortune to be able to provide a desirable suburban life for her daughter, despite not being a person of wealth. She and her husband lived in a modest apartment and watched every penny so she could stay home with Sydnie. As a parent volunteer, Kelli got to spend her afternoons at the school with her daughter and the other sweet children who attended Plaza Vista Elementary School. For a mom who loved kids, what could be better than that?
Kelli headed through the parking lot toward the school. She was looking forward to her afternoon, as she always did when she arrived at Plaza Vista, her second home. As coordinator for the afterschool classroom enrichment program, or ACE, she had a lot to do. She looked after a multitude of kids, all enrolled in a variety of programs, from cooking to tennis. She was responsible for making sure everything ran well and that the children were happy and cared for. She also helped the teachers in whatever capacity they needed her.
Kelli’s favorite program was the one she oversaw directly, the art program that was funded by the PTA. She was partial to this program because her daughter loved art and had been immersed in it since she was a young child. Kelli loved getting the art supplies ready every day for the students, setting up the classroom, and seeing the eager faces of the children as they entered through the doors. She never tired of greeting them or giving them hugs. She never tired of helping them learn about art. Most of all, Kelli loved being able to spend time with her ten-year-old daughter, Sydnie. She adored all of the kids in the program, but getting to hang out with her little girl was the highlight of her day. She’d begun volunteering when Syd was in kindergarten, and now here it was, five years later. She knew just about everyone: kids, parents, and administrators alike. There was a reason Plaza Vista Elementary School had become like a family to Kelli and her daughter.
As Kelli headed into the building, her heart ballooned with joy. Life seemed perfect at that moment. Sure, she had problems like everyone else, but nothing she couldn’t manage. She was happily married, had a close relationship with her parents, enjoyed the company of many good friends, worked in a fulfilling volunteer position where she felt valued and needed, and got to spend time with her beautiful little girl every day. She had everything she needed.
Little did Kelli know that in a few short moments, her life was about to change forever.

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Sam Rule
Sam Rule is the pseudonym for a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of 75 books. His books have been translated into multiple languages around the world. He enjoys writing stories about fascinating people that capture public interest. He also enjoys a fine Malbec when the situation arises.
Kelli Peters
Kelli Peters is a mother, wife, PTA volunteer, animal lover, people lover, kid lover, and life lover. She has been with her beloved husband for 30 years and talks to her parents every day. Her greatest joy is spending time with family, friends, and children. She loves walking her dogs and going to the beach. One of her greatest achievements, besides raising her daughter, has been surviving a campaign of terror that almost destroyed her life. She is a testament to what the human spirit can endure with the support of community, friends, and family. She is forever grateful to the people who stood by her.

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Cover Reveal & Giveaway: Beneath the Void (Fighting Chance #2) by Elisa Dane

Beneath the Void (Fighting Chance #2) by Elisa Dane.
Audience/Genre: Romance, Young Adult.
Publication: August 9th 2016 by Swoon Romance.
Sadie Reynolds is drowning.

Months have passed since Ian Daniels and Newton Daily opened fire at Atwood High school, killing dozens of students before turning the guns on themselves.

Determined to pay tribute to her fallen classmates and teachers, Sadie’s thrown herself into the memorial project at the newly rebuilt school. But it’s not enough. Horrific dreams of the shooting intertwined with memories of the night her mother was murdered keep her up at night and haunt her during the day.

The constant stream of hate raining down on her from faceless social media trolls only make matters worse. Her boyfriend, Hayden brings the only source of relief when he sneaks in to sleep next to her on nights her dad is at work.

Desperate for normalcy, Sadie fills every waking moment of her day with anything to take her mind off her pain. If she’s exhausted, she’ll be too tired to acknowledge the new threat gunning for her.

BENEATH the VOID is book 2 in Elisa Dane’s Fighting Chance series, a hard-hitting and unapologetically raw look at teen violence in schools and the aftermath of learning to pick up the pieces and heal.

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ELISA DANE is a self-proclaimed book junkie. A lover of handbags, chocolate, and reality television, she's a proud mother to three All- Star cheerleaders. Writing is her absolute passion, and it's her mission to create stories that will not only take you on a romantic journey that will warm your heart, but help you find a new respect and interest in the sport of All-Star cheerleading.

Elisa is no stranger to the publishing world. She writes steamy paranormal romance under her real name, Lisa Sanchez. Her adult works include the Hanford Park series (Eve Of Samhain, Pleasures Untold, and Faythe Reclaimed), Obsessed (an erotic suspense), and a paranormal novella, Cursing Athena. Elisa lives in Northern California with her husband, three daughters, and a feisty Chihuahua who stubbornly believes she's human.

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The Villain by May Nicole Abbey

The Villain by May Nicole Abbey.
Audience/Genre: Historical Fiction, Clean Romance, Time Travel.
Publication: June 18th 2015 by River Valley Publishing.
A fall and crash
A violent journey through the doorways of time
A villain or hero in the making

Rosemary Mayfield teeters on the brink of ruin. With the murder of her parents she is left the sole guardian of her younger brother and sister. Once a wealthy socialite in New York City, she now finds herself stranded in the untamed wilderness of the American West. When a wounded man comes crashing through her roof, as rough as the savage land, it is against her better judgment to bring him into her home and her heart. But she soon discovers he holds a secret that shatters everything, and she must make a choice, unaware that often destiny hinges on a single moment.

Fresh from an unsavory past and a violent fall, Nicolas Ekkridon awakens to find himself cared for by three orphans ignorant of the role he played in their parents’ untimely death. They accept and embrace him, and a lifetime of hardened barriers begin to crumble. On the precipice between good and evil, only Rosemary and her spirited defiance stands between him and villainy. But time and space are against them. As its weaving tentacles envelop them in an indifferent grasp, they are swept into a shattering series of circumstances that threaten the very makeup of their lives. But when time can be bent, nothing is written in stone.


This was a thoroughly captivating story that drew you in and played with your mind as much as it did the fabric of time. Though a bit confusing at first, being plopped into the middle of a story, it kept you interested in figuring out what was going on. The romance was strong and sweet.

The Villain is one of those books you pick up and read in one sitting. The kind that surprises you with its powerful and compelling characters and its poignant message. To say that I was surprised at how much the story touched my heart would be an understatement.
~ Author C.J. Anaya

Reviewed by Kelly.

When I got the book in exchange for an honest review (and my opinions are my own) I had forgotten the blurb and just started reading it. I forgot that there was time travel involved or that this man, Nicolas, had anything to do with Rosemary’s parent’s death. In that aspect I think I fell for Nicolas as much as Rosemary did and was shocked and didn’t know what to think except that she should talk to Nicolas about it when she found out!

The story is very sweet and innocent. Rosemary and her young brother, Benjamin, and even younger sister, Emily, were left orphans while on the train heading west to begin a different life on a cattle ranch. Rosemary’s parents were rich but everything they had left was stolen by robbers and her parents were murdered on that train. So Rosemary decides to go to the cattle ranch her parents had already bought and try to take care of her siblings and her ranch.

With not much to eat and little knowledge of how to make fires or cook or survive, they do the best they can. Then Nicolas falls down on their roof. He is wounded badly and in and out of consciousness. Rosemary attempts to sew his wound together with Nicolas’s knowledge of how to do it. As he recovers, he discovers who they are and helps them learn how to live in the west. Meanwhile, Nicolas falls for Rosemary and she falls for him, knowing that he has lived a bad life. His face is scared and one eye has a white film over it. Nicolas helps Benjamin become a man and lets Emily tell him fantasy stories that she believes are true.

It isn’t till the end that you discover all of Nicolas’s transgressions but Rosemary and Benjamin and Emily still love him and hate him at the same time. What to do and what happens then keeps you on your feet because then it is nonstop action and drama to find out what will happen next! I loved it!

My only beef (yes cattle ranch pun intended) is that occasionally out of nowhere Rosemary would talk to the reader. It didn’t feel right and it would throw me off!

If you like time travel, hard work, living on a ranch, barn raising, family, guns, explosions, romance, forgiveness then this is for you!

Caroline Gregory and Shawnette Nielson are a sister writing team who, despite the incongruity of their very different characters, always seem to be on the same page when it comes to their passion for reading and writing. The difference in their personalities create a well rounded vision of what life should be; stable yet chaotic. College, construction, motherhood, wrestling, management experience, or traveling the world as a nanny, all fall under the experiences of this pair.

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28 July 2016

Book Blitz & Giveaway: Finding Ford by Kristin Coley

Finding Ford: An Anderson Brother Novel
by Kristin Coley.
Audience/Genre: YA Contemporary Fiction.
Publication: March 5th 2016.
Whoever said life was easy or fair? No one, that's who.

Life was perfect or as perfect as it can be when you're sixteen and your boyfriend is about to leave for college out of state. But really life was on track, we had a plan.

Colt had a full ride to Alabama for football, he was going to go pro one day. Everyone knew it. He'd been working his whole life for it, scouts drooled over him at Pee Wee football, for Pete's sake.

And me? I was getting out of my parent's house the day I graduated, headed to any college that would take me. But my plan was to go to Alabama with Colt.

But the best laid plans, right?

The stick turned blue, then there was the one with double lines, oh yeah the one with the plus sign and finally the one that screamed PREGNANT. Don't judge, I wanted to make sure. But that last one was the nail in my proverbial coffin.

Let's just say I wasn't expecting that.

Don't hate me. I made some choices, choices that I'd like to say I would have made differently if I'd known how it would all turn out, but we can't really go back now can we?

Enter Ford. He was the perfect son. The golden child. Smart, good looking, straight A student headed for law school. At least till I came along.

There are some that would say I destroyed both of their lives, but the truth is they saved mine. That's got to count for something, right?

All I can hope is that we find our happy ending. Fingers crossed, people.


Fans of Janette Rallison, Becca Ann, Brittainy Cherry, and Tess Oliver should enjoy this unexpected love story.

Standalone no love triangle. Second in series is Chasing Colt.

I head home to change and get ready. Hopefully one of my parents would choose to speak to me. When I pull up into the driveway I see a pile of boxes in front of the garage.
The sight of the boxes makes my stomach twist. I park and see Mother coming out of the house. The look on her face is cold and distant. It’s like looking at a stranger.
“I’ve packed clothes that I feel are appropriate for your situation. They’re in these boxes. The rest will be donated to the woman’s shelter.” She tells me calmly.
“What’s going on? Why are you packing my clothes up?” I shouted, upset.
“You no longer live here. You are a disappointment to your father and I. We did not raise you to act this way and we will not tolerate your promiscuity under our roof.” Mother replied coldly. She never raised her voice, it’s as if she’s speaking to a stranger. I cry, in complete disbelief at what I’m hearing.
“You can’t throw me out. Where am I going to go?” I begged her, desperate for any sympathy or understanding.
“The car is in your name, thanks to your grandparent’s lavish and inappropriate gift. Perhaps you can live in it.” She tells me mockingly. “Or maybe the boy who impregnated you? Will he still want you now?”
“Father. He wouldn’t agree to this. Where is he?” I demanded, her indifference cutting through me.
“He’s at the church working on his sermon for Sunday, about the willfulness of children and how to not spare the rod. He couldn’t bear to look at you so I’m left to witness your disgraceful display.” I’m stunned, she isn’t budging. She looks at me with loathing, as if I’d committed a sin so great that my presence alone was contaminated.
“We’ve changed the locks as well. If you don’t take the boxes now they’ll be donated with the rest.” After she finished, she turned and walked back into the house. I hear her turn the lock after she shuts the door.
My heart raced and tears stream down my face. I stumbled to the boxes and pick the first one up. I managed to fit them all in the trunk of the car. There’s a total of five boxes. My life or what’s left of it fits in five boxes.

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I adore chocolate chip cookies, romance novels, and alone time. I live in south Louisiana with a collection of rescued dogs and cats. All of who are the loves of my life and well aware of the fact. Spoiled would be a good word to describe them. Writing is currently a hobby since it doesn’t pay the bills but my fond hope is one day I can consider it a full time job. I’ll keep you posted on how that goes. Currently I spend my days wrangling tech guys in my job as an IT manager. I squeeze writing in between reading plus a million other things like cleaning. Guess what usually wins? Btw, I need to clean my house.

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The Promise by C.E. Wilson

The Promise by C.E. Wilson.
Audience/Genre: Young Adult.
Publication: July 15th 2016 by Live and Love the Fantasy Publications .
What does it mean to be a human?

Lily Larkin is about to find out when on what should have been a day of great happiness, she is diagnosed with a rare and unbelievable disease. She is shrinking, possibly without limit.

As her life starts to spin out of control and the world starts to grow around her at an uncontrollable rate she is forced to confront her greatest fear - losing the man whom she loved from the moment she saw him. Can they stay together even though she feels her humanity slipping away? Can she trust him with her secret and, as her disease progresses, her safety and even her life? Can she trust herself?

A bittersweet story of love and loss, The Promise is a YA
Paranormal Fantasy that will have you questioning the meaning of your own humanity and the weighing of trust against love.

What will Lily choose?

What would you choose?

C.E. Wilson was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, grew up in Millersville, Pennsylvania, and has been living in Pittsburgh since 2009. For the first few years living in Pittsburgh, she was an English teacher. Her first book, "Oath of Servitude," was published in 2012. In 2013, she quit teaching to be a full time author and hasn't looked back since. She loves spending time with her daughter and husband.

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Promo & Giveaway: The Hard Count by Ginger Scott

The Hard Count by Ginger Scott.
Audience/Genre: Mature Young Adult, Romance, Sports.
Publication: July 15th 2016.
**A new stand-alone mature YA football romance from Ginger Scott releases July 15, 2016**

Nico Medina’s world is eleven miles away from mine. During the day, it’s a place where doors are open—where homes are lived in, and neighbors love. But when the sun sets, it becomes a place where young boys are afraid, where eyes watch from idling cars that hide in the shadows and wicked smoke flows from pipes.

West End is the kind of place that people survive. It buries them—one at a time, one way or another. And when Nico was a little boy, his mom always told him to run.

I’m Reagan Prescott—coach’s daughter, sister to the prodigal son, daughter in the perfect family.
Life on top.
My world is the ugly one. Private school politics and one of the best high school football programs in the country can break even the toughest souls. Our darkness plays out in whispers and rumors, and money and status trump all. I would know—I’ve watched it kill my family slowly, strangling us for years.

In our twisted world, a boy from West End is the only shining light.
I hated him before I needed him.
I fell for him fast.
I loved him when it was almost too late.

When two ugly worlds collide, even the strongest fall. But my world…it hasn’t met the boy from West End.

The Hard Count, in Five Words by Ginger Scott – 

Prejudice: I mention this in my acknowledgements, that this book…it’s about more than football. This word was the driving force for me behind this story, and above all, The Hard Count is about confronting those things we assume about others based on where they live, the color of their skin, their religion, background, and families. I wanted to write a book that wasn’t shy about portraying the everyday prejudice, hate and racism that exists. And then I wanted to prove it all wrong because love…it wins.

Family: This word applies to The Hard Count in many aspects, the most obvious in the closeness of each main character to his/her family. Family comes in many forms, and it tries us, and pushes our limits. The love from family though is one of the most powerful gifts, and in this book, even when things are grim, when hope feels lost—family is always there, no matter what side of the bridge you live on. And that sense carries out onto the field. There’s a saying the Cornwall Tiger Tradition have: Honor. Brotherhood. Tradition. This team is built on a sense of family, and when they forget that, their strength is lost.

Adversity: Adversity is at the heart of many of my stories. I love the human spirit and our ability to overcome. I like to think we have real life superheroes on earth. While I’ve written about people overcoming mental and physical barriers, Nico is different—for him, that barrier is something less tangible. It’s wrapped up in assumptions, in racism and class, and the limitations that come with being born on the poor street, in the neighborhood where drugs are sold and bullets pierce the walls of your home. Nico may just be my favorite hero yet.

Trust: This word is a subtle player in The Hard Count. Trust is broken and tested by several people, and in many ways each character, not just our main hero and heroine, need to find their faith again. Brothers test, teammates fail, fathers lose—but The Hard Count is about those people still left standing in your corner when it all goes wrong.

Will. I was going to say ego for my final word, but ego is really the villain in this story, and frankly, I didn’t want to give him that much power ;-) His arch nemesis is will—sheer will. That’s what makes Nico good at anything he does, his own determined will to succeed, to overcome and to push himself harder. Will is what makes Cornwall so good, and will is what readers will see out there on that field.

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Ginger Scott is an Amazon-bestselling author of nine young and new adult
romances, including Waiting on the Sidelines, Going Long, Blindness, How
We Deal With Gravity, This Is Falling, You and Everything After, Wild
Reckless, The Girl I Was Before, and Wicked Restless.

A sucker for a good romance, Ginger’s other passion is sports, and she often blends the two in her stories. (She’s also a sucker for a hot quarterback, catcher, pitcher, point guard…the list goes on.) Ginger has been writing and editing for newspapers, magazines and blogs for more than 15 years. She has told the stories of Olympians, politicians, actors, scientists, cowboys, criminals and towns. For more on her and her work,
visit her website at http://www.littlemisswrite.com.

When she's not writing, the odds are high that she's somewhere near a baseball diamond, either watching her son field pop flies like Bryce Harper or cheering on her favorite baseball team, the Arizona Diamondbacks. Ginger lives in Arizona and is married to her college sweetheart whom she met at ASU (fork 'em, Devils).

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27 July 2016

Blog Tour & Giveaway: How to Keep Rolling After a Fall by Karole Cozzo

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How to Keep Rolling After a Fall by Karole Cozzo.
Audience/Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary.
Publication: August 2nd 2016 by Swoon Reads.
After a cyber bullying incident turns her life upside down, a handsome wheelchair rugby player shows a former mean girl that everyone deserves a second chance in this swoonworthy new novel from the author of How to Say I Love You Out Loud.

The party was at her house. The photos were posted to her Facebook account. That’s all the evidence anyone needed to condemn Nikki Baylor for a cyberbullying incident that humiliated a classmate and nearly resulted in the girl’s suicide. Now Nikki’s been expelled from her old school, her friends have abandoned her, and even her own parents can’t look her in the eye. With her plans for the future all but destroyed, Nikki resigns herself to being the girl everyone hates – almost as much as she hates herself. But then Nikki meets Pax, a spirited wheelchair rugby player who knows what it’s like when one mistake completely shatters your life. Refusing to judge her because of her past, he shows her that everyone deserves a second chance… and everyone deserves to be loved.

I bat angrily at my eyes. “It’s not even worth thinking about anymore,” I lie. “So everyone hates me now. I’m the Mean Girl poster child. The whole town hates me.” My voice quavers. “My parents hate me. They’re so disappointed,” I whisper. “My mom’s a principal, and her reputation took a huge hit … because a party happened at her house and her daughter was involved in this. When, obviously, she knew nothing about it. And my dad … He was on the chamber of commerce with Taylor’s dad. They even used to golf together. I embarrassed everyone so badly.”

“Then that guy at the center. Turns out he was Taylor’s brother. He went to a private high school, and I had no idea she even had a brother. And because I was a minor when it happened, my picture wasn’t in the paper or anything, so he didn’t have a face to go with the name.”

I look at Pax. His eyebrows shoot up. “Really? That guy was her brother?”

I nod.

He actually manages a small smile. “Wow. Whoops.”

I study the sand. “Yeah. Whoops.”

Then I look at Pax because I can’t believe he’s laughing it off. Actually, I kind of can’t believe he’s still here. “That’s all you’ve got for me? Whoops?”

Just like that, his expression turns serious. “I’m not in a position to throw stones. And I don’t get the sense that you’re a cruel person, Nikki Baylor.”

I crumble at his words. I start crying. “I don’t think I am, either,” I choke out. “I never—” But I can’t even finish, because my sobs are drowning out my words.

“Whoa. Hey.” With effort, he pushes himself forward and wraps an arm around my shoulders. He draws me a little bit closer. “Stop. Shh. Stop.”

Pax’s lips end up near my temple as he tries to comfort me, and his hair tickles my forehead. “You’ve got a fresh start here,” he promises me. He holds me until I stop quaking, until I manage to fight back the latest onslaught of tears over the monster I’ve been turned into. His lips are soft and comforting against my skin as he whispers, and his arms feel strong as he holds me up. “Fresh starts, okay? Maybe you’re not ready to take it, but at least know one’s here.”

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KAROLE COZZO is a school psychologist by day, a wife and mother of two by night, and a writer of YA romance in the wee hours of the morning. She loves camping out at Starbucks, breakfast cereal at all hours, and watching every movie made from her favorite YA books. How to Say I Love You Out Loud is her debut novel.

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