Friday, April 11, 2014

TTYL by Bethany Lopez Blog Tour














Release Date: 11/12/13

Summary from Goodreads:
The last few months have been a rough road for Melissa. Her grades have slipped, her parents treat her like a prisoner, and her closest friends are too involved in their own lives to spend time with her. Desperate to escape her depressing funk, she starts spending more time with Layla, who introduces her to a new crowd...the wrong crowd. When Melissa starts to go down a dangerous path, can anyone get through to her before she does something she'll regret?
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Books in this series:
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Links for the others in the series
Ta Ta For Now
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XOXO
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Ciao
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About the Author
Award-Winning Author Bethany Lopez began self-publishing in June 2011. Since then she has published various YA and NA books. She is a lover of romance, family, and friends, and enjoys incorporating those things in what she writes. When she isn't reading or writing, she loves spending time with her husband and children, traveling whenever possible.
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Excerpt: 
            I was saved by Megan walking into the kitchen, looking much like she had a few hours ago. She was scratching her head as she walked in, and was stopped short when Mom said her name in a shocked voice, “Megan!”
            Megan looked at mom and asked, “What?”
            “What is that on your neck?”
            I got up to come and see what Mom was talking about, and saw the large raspberry-colored hickey on the left side of Megan’s neck.
            I couldn’t help it, I started laughing.
            “Gross!”
            “What?” Megan asked, still half asleep, and obviously unaware that Scott had left his brand on her.
            “Is that a hickey?” Mom asked, dumbfounded. She looked back and forth between us, as if she expected the hickey to disappear from Megan’s neck and appear on mine.
            Ewww… As if! I would never let a guy suck on my neck and leave a nasty mark like that.
            Megan’s eyes opened wide, and she clamped her hand over the spot where Mom and I were looking. She turned and ran out of the room, probably to find the nearest mirror.
            She was going to kill Scott, I thought, and I started laughing again.
            “This is not funny, Melissa,” Mom fumed. “Just wait until your father sees that.”
            Oh, boy. Megan was a dead girl.



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1 set of paperbacks of the series

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