Friday, January 30, 2015

Review Opportunity: Beautiful Curse & Kate Triumph

Hello FFBC Team! We are announcing two new Young Adult books in the FFBC Tours available for review: Beautiful Curse by Jen McConnel and Kate Triumph by Shari Arnold.

Remember that if you sign-up to review either book, you will have five weeks to read and review the book. You'll have to submit your review links (This form will be attached in the email). 

This is all the materials you will receive if you sign-up to review Beautiful Curse:
  • Digital Copy of Beautiful Curse.
  • Book Materials: all the book information along with the author's information.
  • Book teasers.
This is all the materials you will receive if you sign-up to review Kate Triumph:
  • Digital Copy of Kate Triumph.
  • Book Materials: all the book information along with the author's information.
  • Book teasers.
If you are interested in reviewing one of these books, click on the sign-up button attached in each book.


Beautiful Curse
Publisher: Swoon Romance
Release Date: December 2014
Genre: Young Adult, Retellings, Romance, Fantasy, Mythology

Synopsis:

Sixteen-year-old Mya Jones is cursed.

She is, hands down, the most beautiful creature on earth. But beauty can wound, and Mya finds herself reviled and shunned by her peers. If there is even a chance that she could start over, Mya longs to take it, no matter the risks.

So when the strange Mr. Merk offers her a new life away from home, Mya is hesitant but hopeful. Only she didn't count on the mysterious Ross, or her feelings for him.

BEAUTIFUL CURSE is a contemporary retelling of the myth of Psyche and Cupid.



Kate Triumph
Publisher: CreateSpace
Release Date: October 16th 2014
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy

Synopsis:

Normal is so overrated. At least that's what seventeen-year-old Kate Triumph tells herself everyday. But the truth is she lives in constant fear that someone will discover how not normal she really is. With her startling speed and her unusual ability to heal, Kate believes she's something of a freak. 

Then Andrew Shore arrives. 

He claims he's her father, sticks around for a few days and leaves her a plane ticket. “Come to Mercer Island,” he says. “Give me a chance to get to know you.” Soon Kate is floundering in a world of new: new address, new car, new high school and, of course, new father. Not to mention Zack, her intriguing new neighbor, who makes her want to abandon her steadfast rule of never allowing anyone to get too close. But when she discovers someone is trying to kill her, life for Kate gets a bit more complicated. And a lot less normal.






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