“All you get to do when someone loves you is either push them away or accept the love they are willing to give you. If you push them away, you’re knowingly hurting them. If you let them love you, there will still be hurt, but at least then you’ll both have moments of happiness” – Katie McGarry
Title:Echos Between Us Author:Katie McGarry Release Date: January 14, 2020 Publisher: Tor Teen Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance Pages: 384
Thank you to NetGalley and Tor Teen for an eARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review!
Thank you to HMH Books for an advanced finished copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!
Welcome to the Hearts, Strings, and Other Breakable Things blog tour hosted by The Fantastic Flying Book Club! Today I just have a quick spotlight of the book (aka me just promoting it) along with a super unique giveaway going on Instagram (click HERE to go to my bookstagram). Find the tour schedules for both the blog and Instagram tours below to follow the tour and enter more times!
Mansfield, Massachusetts is the last place seventeen-year-old Edie Price wants to spend her final summer before college. It’s the home of wealthy suburbanites and prima donnas like Edie’s cousins, who are determined to distract her from her mother’s death with cute boys and Cinderella-style makeovers. Edie has her own plans, and they don’t include a prince charming.
But as Edie dives into schoolwork and applying for college scholarships, she finds herself drawn to two Mansfield boys who start vying for her attention. First there’s Sebastian, Edie’s childhood friend and first love. He’s sweet and smart and . . . already has a girlfriend. Then there’s Henry, the local bad boy and all-around player. He’s totally off limits, even if his kisses are chemically addictive.
Both boys are trouble. Edie can’t help but get caught between them. Someone’s heart is going to break. Now she just has to make sure it isn’t hers.
Jacqueline’s a writer, costume designer, and lover of beautiful things. She’s on the fulltime faculty in the Department of Theatre & Film at the University of British Columbia where she also takes any writing class they’ll let her into. When not obsessing about where to put the buttons or the commas, she can be found running by the ocean, eating excessive amounts of gluten, listening to earnest love songs, and pretending her dog understands every word she says.
Welcome to another edition of Book Birthday Tuesday! There are so many good books coming out today, including a few I’m promoting for a book tour and some Book of the Month YA selections that I’ve already managed to obtain. With so many amazing publications this month there is sure to be something for you.