Oh my. You guys, I am not one to gush over a cover normally. But this REALLY fits the feel of the book wonderfully! (Erm, I may have devoured it in a day. Just saying!) Can’t say too much, as I don’t know what’s secret and what’s not on it, but I was lucky enough to read this and the sequel in my beta reading for Brenda, and I utterly adore it. It’s one of those stories where I just felt at home in the world very quickly, and I couldn’t put it down! I MIGHT have even taken it with me to the kitchen to get another drink because I couldn’t put it down long enough to refill my tea. It’s that good. Those of you who know how critical I can be on novels understand exactly how rare that is.

Seriously. Just take a look at this:

Library Jumpers
Release Date: January 2016

Entangled Teen

Summary from Goodreads:

Gia Kearns would rather fight with boys than kiss them. That is, until Arik, a leather clad hottie in the Boston Athenaeum, suddenly disappears. While examining the book of world libraries he abandoned, Gia unwittingly speaks the key that sucks her and her friends into a photograph and transports them into a Paris library, where Arik and his Sentinels—magical knights charged with protecting humans from the creatures traveling across the gateway books—rescue them from a demonic hound.

Jumping into some of the world’s most beautiful libraries would be a dream come true for Gia, if she weren’t busy resisting her heart or dodging an exiled wizard seeking revenge on both the Mystik and human worlds. Add a French flirt obsessed with Arik and a fling with a young wizard, and Gia must choose between her heart and her head, between Arik’s world and her own, before both are destroyed.

Pre-Order Links:

http://chemicalscream.net/entangled/library/

About the Author
Brenda Drake, the youngest of three children, grew up an Air Force brat and the continual new kid at school until her family settled in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Brenda’s fondest memories growing up is of her eccentric, Irish grandmother’s animated tales, which gave her a strong love for storytelling. So it was only fitting that she would choose to write young adult and middle grade novels with a bend toward the fantastical. When Brenda’s not writing  or doing the social media thing, she’s haunting libraries, bookstores, and coffee shops or reading some place quiet and not at all exotic (much to her disappointment).


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