Friday, December 19, 2014

Blog Tour: Reason and Romance by Jenn Young @mirikami @NereydaG1003 #YABOUNDBOOKTOURS

Reason and Romance
by Jenn Young
Release Date: 12/09/14

Book Summary:

Being stuck in the godforsaken desert is Adrian Blake’s worst nightmare come true. Senior year is all about making fun memories. It’s not about starting over at a new school and navigating a new Brady Bunch family. It’s really not about living with a sexy, arrogant would-be stepbrother who knows how to push her buttons.

Alex Montgomery is the very definition of a player. The only thing he commits to is a one night stand. He’s exactly the kind of guy she hates­. When she sleeps with him, it’s the biggest mistake of her life. Now she can’t stop thinking about him. Not at school. Not at home.

Sometimes the best mistakes are the ones that you make over and over again…

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I constantly read because I can’t not. I’m a huge fan of the YA genre, although my tastes are pretty diverse. I love romance, drama, steampunk, paranormal, whatever have you. All I just want is a great story with great characters with great writing. Easy, right? For this post, though, I thought I’d list a few YA/NA romances that I’ve read recently.

Sarina Bowen – Her Ivy Years series is set in college. The characters are sympathetically portrayed with various struggles. Despite the things they go through, they are essentially warm and likable, and I think that’s what I love the most about them. You can actually root for them and like them as actual people. Plus, the romance’s great!

Kristen Callihan – Most people know her for her paranormal series, but recently she’s branched out to New Adult. Her first foray “The Hook Up” had me enthralled by Drew and Anna’s romance. You will end up rooting for them (and for football too!). This is one of the few NAs that I’ve really liked.

Miranda Kenneally – This is a recent find. I’d heard buzz about her, but I finally managed to pick up one of her latest books, and I was just really won over by the sympathetic characters. The heroine is a real girl with up-and-down struggles and the hero is sweet and swoonworthy. I’m now working my way through her backlist.

Katie McGarry – I recently discovered McGarry last year. Her first book was good, but it was her second book that blew me away. I was swept away by the intensity between her fictional couple and the struggles they had to go through. The third and fourth books sucked me in, and now I just gobble up every McGarry book.

About the Author:

Jenn Young writes primarily Young Adult and New Adult. She used to write contemporary teen drama and romance under the pen name Myrika at Fictionpress. She also used to write under the pen name Moreta. Jenn is an unabashed lover of romance, soap operas, and paranormal/supernatural stories. 

When Jenn's not working at her day job, she drinks too much coffee and buys too many books. She loves to hear from readers. Contact her via her websiteor follow her on Twitter at myrikami. She can be found on Facebook too. 

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