Entangled Teen Book Blitz March 2014

Today is release day for four amazing Entangled Teen titles and we are excited to share them all with you.  There’s a little something for everyone this month so read on to find out more about them.


All the digital books are on sale for just $.99 for a limited time so be sure to pick up your copy today before they go back to full price!



About the Book
Title: Searching for Beautiful
Author: Nyrae Dawn
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pub. Date: March 4, 2014



Before it happened…
Brynn had a group of best
friends, a boyfriend who loved her, a growing talent for pottery. She
had a life. And then…she had none.

After it happened…

Everything was lost. The boy she
now knew never loved her. The friends who felt she betrayed their trust.
The new life just beginning to grow inside her.
Brynn believes her future is as
empty as her body until Christian, the boy next door, starts coming
around. Playing his guitar and pushing her to create art once more. She
meets some new friends at the local community center, plus even gets her
dad to look her in the eye again…sort of. But letting someone in isn’t
as easy as it seems.
Now…
Can Brynn open up her heart to truly find her life’s own beauty, when living for the after means letting go of the before?

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About the Book
Title: Til Death
Author: Kate Evangelista
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pub. Date: March 4, 2014



Sixteen-year-old
Selena Fallon is a dreamer. Not a daydreamer, but an I-see-the-future
kind of dreamer. Normally, this is not a problem, as she has gotten
pretty good at keeping her weird card hidden from everyone in her small
town. But when Selena dreams of her own rather bloody death, things get a
little too freaky—even for her.
Enter Dillan Sloan. Selena has
seen the new guy in a different dream, and he is even more drool-worthy
in person. Beyond the piercing blue eyes and tousled dark hair, there is
something else that draws her to him. Something…electric. Too bad he
acts like he hates her.
When Selena learns she’s being
targeted by a force bigger and darker than anything she ever imagined,
she’s had enough. Despite her death dream, Selena is not going to give
up easily, especially when she discovers that Dillan isn’t what he
seems…and might not actually hate her after all. Dillan might be the
only person who can save her.

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About the Book
Title: Knight Assassin
Author: Rima Jean
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pub. Date: March 4, 2014



Find it: GoodreadsAmazon, B&N

Seventeen-year-old Zayn has special powers she cannot
control—powers that others fear and covet. Powers that cause the Templar
Knights to burn Zayn’s mother at the stake for witchcraft. 
When a
mysterious stranger tempts Zayn to become the first female member of the
heretical Assassins, the chance to seek her revenge lures her in. She trains to
harness her supernatural strength and agility, and then enters the King of
Jerusalem’s court in disguise with the assignment to assassinate Guy de Molay,
her mother’s condemner. 
But once there, she discovers Earic Goodwin, the
childhood friend who still holds her heart, among the knights—and his
ocean-blue eyes don’t miss a thing. Will vengeance be worth the life of the one
love she has left?
 
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About the Book
Title: Donna of the Dead
Author: Alison Kemper
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pub. Date: March 4, 2014

 Find it: GoodreadsAmazon, B&N, iBookstore
Donna Pierce might hear voices, but that doesn’t mean she’s crazy. Probably.

The
voices do serve their purpose, though—whenever Donna hears them, she
knows she’s in danger. So when they start yelling at the top of their
proverbial lungs, it’s no surprise she and her best friend, Deke, end up
narrowly escaping a zombie horde. Alone without their families, they
take refuge at their high school with the super-helpful nerds, the bossy
class president, and—best of all?—Liam, hottie extraordinaire and
Donna’s long-time crush. When Liam is around, it’s easy to forget about
the moaning zombies, her dad’s plight to reach them, and how weird Deke
is suddenly acting toward her.

But as the teens’ numbers dwindle
and their escape plans fall apart, Donna has to listen to the secrets
those voices in her head have been hiding. It seems not all the zombies
are shuffling idiots, and the half-undead aren’t really down with kids
like Donna…

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Cover Reveal: Deviation, Book 2 in the Clone Chronicles by Heather Hildenbrand

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Deviation, Book 2 in the Clone Chronicles by Heather Hildenbrand

Protect. Obey. Sacrifice.
These words are the mantra of my existence. I’m not sure if it’s Titus Rogen inspiring my desire to go against what I am or my own DNA deviating. All I can think is how Titus will look when he meets his end. It trumps even my wish for freedom. In this moment, I want nothing more than to watch the life bleed from Titus’s body. And I want it at my own hands.
Titus. The Creator.
I stare at my palms. Strength aside, I wonder if I’m capable of taking a life. A human life; one with a soul. And I wonder if that isn’t easier than taking the life of an Imitation. At least humans have souls that live on. What do I have after this? Where will I go? Back into a syringe? Will Titus recycle me? Or will I be lost forever down a lab drain?
We don’t deserve that.
We don’t deserve him.
Deserving and receiving are so very different here. And I am beginning to understand, to beat someone in this world, I‘ll have to play in it.

COMING March 12, 2014

Teaser:

Here’s a romantic peek at book 2:

The darkness is so complete it leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. I raise my hand in front of my face but the blackness remains undisturbed. I blink. Still nothing.
“Ven?” Linc’s voice is low and gravelly. It echoes around us.
“I’m here,” I say, whispering so the sound of my own voice doesn’t startle me.
Sometimes, all I have is a flashlight and a stick. Morton gave me the stick after that first time I came through alone. Linc had been on assignment and I’d come alone. I was a shaking mess by the time I’d reached the entrance. It’d taken me two hours to muster the courage to leave. Titus had sent security to look for me. I’d almost blown it despite Linc’s assurances that he’d remotely masked my GPS reading.
Now I have the scrambler. Linc made me promise not to use it unless absolutely necessary. He’s programmed it to redirect instead. “Remember how Williams ran in all crazy-eyed when he thought he lost you? Yeah, scrambling does that. We don’t want to alert the cavalry. Only divert them.”
I agreed and let him do the fancy finger swiping—but only if he promised to show me the workings of the device later.
I use my stick like a cane, lightly tapping the floor and wall as I shuffle forward. I don’t like the darkness here. I don’t like darkness anywhere. It feels too unpredictable. Darkness, like memory, is the sort of thing people disappear into and never surface from again.
After my previous trips navigating this tunnel, I should be accustomed to the pressing blackness. The dampness. The slimy walls and squeaky rodents I imagine scampering around at my feet. But it’s still just as terrifying as the first time Obadiah brought me here. I wish there was a better hiding place for them, but so far, I haven’t found one.
I fumble for Linc’s hand and slip my fingers through his, pulling them tight until we’re hooked securely together. Linc squeezes once, and I am reassured enough to press on. “Ready?” he asks.
“Ready,” I say.
“Let’s go.”
We move slowly, dragging our feet to detect any change in the floor. My shoes, black ankle boots that lace up the side, scuff louder than Linc’s. I scowl at the sound—and that my wardrobe is not exactly ideal for a covert outing.
Two right turns and a low overhang of metal piping later, Linc stops. There is the slightest bit of shadowed light filtering from the path that veers left before abruptly disappearing. It’s enough to create a silhouette of Linc’s features. He hovers in front of me, his body language protective even in the absence of danger.
“Why are we stopping?” I ask, breathless from anxiety and Linc’s proximity. Now that I can see him, my senses are on alert and I am aware of how close—and how alone—we are down here in the depths of the warehouse district.
In answer, Linc leans forward and cups my cheeks with his hands. His mouth hovers less than a breath away and he whispers, “I just wanted a minute alone with you.” His lips brush the edges of my mouth. “Is that all right?”
I nod and wait, mouth open and eyes closed, for our lips to connect. When they do, it sends a ripple of pleasure through me. A small noise escapes me and Linc deepens the kiss. I am lost in a sea of passion and disbelief that these feelings are mine to experience. Linc’s tongue slips out to trace the inside of my lip and my knees weaken. I wrap my arms around his shoulders for support and lean into him. I could kiss him forever and the miracle of it would still never grow old.
His mouth leaves mine to trail kisses across my cheek. “Linc …” I whisper. His hands drift lower, cupping my hips. His mouth dips to my neck and finds its way to the space just below my ear. I shiver.
“God, I love the way you feel in my arms,” he murmurs.
I offer silent agreement in the form of more kisses.
Linc’s hands wander, slipping underneath the gauzy fabric of my blouse and working their way up my ribs. His fingertips graze the underwire of my bra. I tense.
He backs off, lowering his hands to my waistline while slowly tempering our kisses. Even so, by the time he pulls away, my chest rises and falls heavily.
I reach up and trace his lips with my fingertip. Their shape is curving and I recognize a smile. I can feel his eyes on me, a delicious tingle of awareness that trails over my skin and down my back.
I hope he’ll kiss me again.

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Imitation (Clone Chronicles, Book 1) by Heather Hildenbrand
http://amzn.to/1nGPh6A

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Everyone is exactly like me.
There is no one like me.

The rough fabric of my cotton nightgown chafes so I lie very still. They say my discomfort comes from being built like one accustomed to niceties. How is that fair when I myself have never experienced anything but copies of the real thing?
My entire life is an imitation.
I am an Imitation.
I’ve been here five years. Training. Preparing. Waiting.
And now I have a letter.
My assignment has begun.
I am a prisoner.
I am not Raven Rogen.
I am here to die.

Imitation is Book 1 in the Clone Chronicles

Imitation is getting a facelift and I am releasing a NEW ADULT version of the story alongside the YA version!!! It is called The Girl Who Wasn’t. The Girl Who Wasn’t will be FREEEEE!!!! for a limited time only so that fans who purchased Imitation won’t have to purchase this one to get the extra content.
Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/409554

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The Girl Who Wasn’t, An Imitation New Adult novel

Everyone is exactly like me.
There is no one like me.
The rough fabric of my cotton nightgown chafes so I lie very still. They say my discomfort comes from being built like one accustomed to niceties. How is that fair when I myself have never experienced anything but copies of the real thing?
My entire life is an imitation.
I am an Imitation.
I’ve been here five years. Training. Preparing. Waiting.
And now I have a letter.
My assignment has begun.
I am a prisoner.
I am not Raven Rogen.
I am here to die.

*Adult content. Not suitable for young readers*

Heather Hildenbrand
Author, YA and NA Fiction
Dirty Blood / Imitation / Across the Galaxy
Whisper / DreamKiller / A Risk Worth Taking
View all my titles at: http://www.heatherhildenbrand.blogspot.com

Jaded Youth by A G Chambers

Jaded Youth by A G Chambers
Publication Date: August 1, 2013
Reviewed by: Reading In Pajamas/ Cori
Rated: 4 Stars

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

DINM’s destruction has made Jade’s team invincible in the eyes of every other Doppelganger, giving Adrian and Joanna the chance to finally prove themselves, explore the terms of their new contracts and the tempestuous relationship brewing between them.

Both have secrets, nightmares, memories that would be better off buried in the past and people they wish they could forget. Joining together might just give them the redemption they both so badly crave. But with an overprotective brother and a newly found Fettle DP that has sent Joanna’s emotional control into turmoil, it’s unclear whether they even stand a fighting chance.

Then there’s the trouble boiling within the government’s own four walls as the treasury continues to be drained with a never ending list of unaccounted expenses, disappearing without a trace. Adrian is enlisted to ghost the perpetrator with his Orb, and Joanna’s help.

Their progress is stunted before it can even begin, their contracts ripped away from them as the team realise that the aftermath of DINM reaps more problems than rewards. When the minister they’ve been shadowing inadvertently introduces them to a man both Adrian and Joanna recognise, their dark pasts become entangled in a twist of fate none of the team saw coming.

REVIEW:

This is the second book in A.G. Chamber’s Jaded series. It is a young adult series with a science fiction twist about a team of assassins and their doppelgängers. I recommend reading Jaded Rein before reading Jaded Youth to understand the back story. I read both books back to back and they kept me on edge and turning the pages to see what what happen next. A G Chambers creates a vivid world and characters that draw the reader into the story. Jaded Youth is full of mystery, suspense, intrigue and great characters. Jaded Youth is focused on Adrian and Joanna’s growing relationship and establishing their roles on the team. Suspenseful science fiction story with a good plot. I recommend this book and this series for science fiction lovers.

*Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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Buy Links:
Kindle | Kindle UK | Amazon (Paperback) | Amazon UK (Paperback) | Lulu
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About A G Chambers

20130728-213638.jpg A G Chambers is the author of Jaded Rein, the first in a five novel series about the world of Doppelgangers, having to clean up the government’s messes over a new genetic development they don’t know how to handle.

She loves work by Nalini Singh, J K Rowling, Enid Blyton, Lara Adrian, Patricia Cornwell, Lee Child and a number of other authors.

Split between UK and New Zealand, A G Chambers has always had a passion for writing with her first short story at 8 years old, ‘Chocoblock’ and poem ‘Seasons’. From there she was nominated in the top 10 novelists at 12 years of age for her short story memoir, which featured a doughnut eating horse and has since gone on to publish her first novel, Jaded Rein, at 18. Funnily enough, she almost failed her second year of English and spent a considerable amount of time debating whether or not she wanted to be a chemist before she became a Publishing Assistant for The University of Law in London.

Facebook | Twitter: @AG_Chambers