From critically acclaimed author Katie McGarry, comes SAY YOU’LL REMEMBER ME—a story of two people from different worlds pushing themselves, and each other, to get what they deserve!
SAY YOU’LL REMEMBER ME releases on January 30, 2018. Pre-order your copy today!
I rarely read YA anymore. Not even by authors I love. Something about Katie McGarry’s words does me in every time and I can’t overlook a release or an offer for an ARC. Naturally, I jumped at the chance to read Say You’ll Remember Me.
Drix is just returning home from a year away in Juvie. And yup – for a crime he didn’t commit. Instead of being tried as an adult and thrown away in real jail for years, Drix (actual name is Hendrix – cool, right?) was given the choice between that and the governor’s second chance program. An experimental program designed to rehabilitates violence and crime prone youth. Continue reading “Say You’ll Remember Me by Katie McGarry”
“Probst’s final book in her Billionaire Builders Series is a gut-wrenching, intensely emotional, second-chance romance. The fast-paced dialogue vividly details every emotive scene…The stars and little girl costar are unforgettable, and the series tie-up is exceptional.”
−RT Book Reviews, 4 star review
I absolutely love this series. I do… I think I liked everything of Probst that I’ve read. So, that in mind, here’s what I thought of All or Nothing At All.
Tristan and Sydney were always an enigma. They kept circling around each other, being very distant and cold, almost like something bad happened between them and they’re not sure how to bridge that issue. Or even if they want to. Continue reading “All or Nothing at All by Jennifer Probst”
I always enjoy Jennifer Probst’s books. She somehow manages a great balance of real and story book perfect.
Somehow, Some Way, a novella part of the Billionaire Builders series, that’s showing beautifully how expectations can blow right out the window when the right person comes along.
Brady and Charlie hating each other (supposedly) at the beginning makes them ending up working side by side on flipping Charlie’s house all the more hilarious as their banter leads them to like each other more and more with every passing day. Continue reading “SOMEHOW, SOME WAY by Jennifer Probst”