‘Chasing Impossible’ by Katie McGarry release day blitz

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Blurb
Tough and independent, 17-year-old Abby lets very few people into her inner circle. It’s common knowledge in her Kentucky town that she deals drugs, but not even her closest friends know why. But when a deal goes south and Abby’s suddenly in danger, she finds herself reluctantly forced to lean on daredevil Logan—a boy whose restless spirit matches her own.

Logan has his own reasons for wanting to keep Abby at arms’ length. But he never expected to find in her the one person who might help him face the demons he’s tried so hard to run from.

Together, Abby and Logan will have to make a decision: let their current circumstances weigh them down forever…or fight for the future they both thought was impossible.

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People near the stage scream and clap and I’m about ready to throw my cell against the wall. Stupid, stupid boy and stupid me for stupidly somewhat liking him and him thinking he can get away with not answering me.

“Give it up for our boy Logan.”

My eyes rip up, go for the stage, and my mind shifts into reverse, fast-forward, rewind, and then that smile that’s associated with the devil slides across my face.

Logan stands strong on the stage. Guitar strapped across his chest. Baseball cap backwards on his black hair. And when he strikes the strings of the guitar, those biceps flex beautifully.

That chord just struck a lot deeper than anyone could have imagined. Past my bones, past my muscles, and it’s created a nice warmth that’s curling around my belly. Liquid warmth.

The logical part of my brain demands that I walk away, but he’s the one that scared me by not answering back. He’s the one that’s causing all these alien emotions stirring in my veins.

Yeah, I shouldn’t kiss Logan. I should definitely leave a boy like that alone. But he returned and he’s the one that climbed onto the stage and is looking addictively sexy with that guitar.

Yep, shouldn’t kiss him, but I already told Rachel, I’m going to kiss the guitarist tonight. Wouldn’t want that one to be a lie, now, would I?

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Tough and independent, 17-year-old Abby lets very few people into her inner circle. It’s common knowledge in her Kentucky town that she deals drugs, but not even her closest friends know why. But when a deal goes south and Abby’s suddenly in danger, she finds herself reluctantly forced to lean on daredevil Logan—a boy whose restless spirit matches her own.

Logan has his own reasons for wanting to keep Abby at arms’ length. But he never expected to find in her the one person who might help him face the demons he’s tried so hard to run from.

Together, Abby and Logan will have to make a decision: let their current circumstances weigh them down forever…or fight for the future they both thought was impossible. 

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Katie McGarry

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Katie McGarry was a teenager during the age of grunge and boy bands and remembers those years as the best and worst of her life. She is a lover of music, happy endings, reality television, and is a secret University of Kentucky basketball fan.

Katie is the author of full length YA novels, PUSHING THE LIMITS, DARE YOU TO, CRASH INTO YOU, TAKE ME ON,  BREAKING THE RULES, and NOWHERE BUT HERE and the e-novellas, CROSSING THE LINE and RED AT NIGHT. Her debut YA novel, PUSHING THE LIMITS was a 2012 Goodreads Choice Finalist for YA Fiction, a RT Magazine’s 2012 Reviewer’s Choice Awards Nominee for Young Adult Contemporary Novel, a double Rita Finalist, and a 2013 YALSA Top Ten Teen Pick. DARE YOU TO was also a Goodreads Choice Finalist for YA Fiction and won RT Magazine’s Reviewer’s Choice Best Book Award for Young Adult Contemporary fiction in 2013.

Links:

Website: www.katielmcgarry.com

Twitter: @katiemcgarry

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Review – ‘Chasing Impossible’ by Katie McGarry – Abby and Logan steal your heart in this book

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Format: ebook

Format read: e-book
Series: book 5 of The Pushing the Limits series
Rating: 15+ for language, sensual content, dark themes
Genre: Young Adult
Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25263399-chasing-impossible?from_search=true&search_version=service

In this book that was only available to those who had pre-ordered the first book of her new series, Nowhere But Here. In this book, we read Abby and Logan’s story as they both struggle with the world they live in so use each other  to escape it. Problem is, their reality is still there and comes destroying their dream world.

If you didn’t get the chance to get this book, you are going to regret it. Logan and Abby’s story is one of the best of the series, and that is saying a lot for this series. Logan has got that whole bad boy but good kid at heart thing going on. He has a disability that he chooses to hide from the people in his life because he doesn’t want to be thought of as anything less then what he is.

Abby is stuck into her life because it’s the only way that she can get the money that she needs. She likes Logan and the way that he helps her escape the world she has to live, but the dangers that comes with it keep her from acting on her feelings for him. She is a strong-willed individual that needs someone like Logan to help her see that she needs to enjoy being young before it’s too late.

The relationship between Logan and Abby is a close tie to Echo and Noah’s relationship. They both have that ying/yang thing going where each couple completes the other one in the relationship. What I like the most about Logan and Abby’s relationship is the back and forth that they have. They have no problem using sarcasm (which I am a big fan of) to break the silences that may happen and they know that if it came down to it, they would always have each other’s backs.

It is no surprise that Katie McGarry filled the book with messages that we can use in our own life. McGarry’s word reach deep inside the soul and can change someone’s outlook on what is going on in their life. The worlds and characters that she creates are so real that you feel like you are a part of their world. You want to keep going back to this world over and over again as we find out what happens to these characters. We want, no need, to make sure that are all going to be ok.

As of right now, it’s not available for sale. This is good for those fans that had pre-ordered, but not so much for those who didn’t. Time can only tell if that is going to be the case.

To keep up to date on news from Katie McGarry, you can go to her website, ‘Like’ her on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter.

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The Pushing the Limits series

Book 1 – Pushing the Limits
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Book 1.5 – Breaking the Rules
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | | Review

Book 2 – Dare You To
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Book 3 – Crash Into You
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Book 4 – Take Me On
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Book – Chasing Impossible

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The cover for “Chasing Impossible” by Katie McGarry has been released

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The cover for the story Chasing Impossible by Katie McGarry has been released by the author.

In Chasing Impossible, Tough and independent, 17-year-old Abby lets very few people into her inner circle. It’s common knowledge in her Kentucky town that she deals drugs, but not even her closest friends know why. But when a deal goes south and Abby’s suddenly in danger, she finds herself reluctantly forced to lean on daredevil Logan—a boy whose restless spirit matches her own.

Logan has his own reasons for wanting to keep Abby at arms’ length. But he never expected to find in her the one person who might help him face the demons he’s tried so hard to run from.

Together, Abby and Logan will have to make a decision: let their current circumstances weigh them down forever…or fight for the future they both thought was impossible.

Chasing Impossible is only available for those who pre-ordered Nowhere but Here. If you haven’t registered you’re pre-order yet, you can go here. To pre-order, click on one of the links below.

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Katie McGarry releases short story on Twitter

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Yesterday, author Katie McGarry (the Pushing the Limits series) took to Twitter and release a short story on Twitter using #TwitterFiction. This is something that a lot of authors like to do and a lot of fans love it. It is led by Twitter Fiction Fest . Authors will go on the account and release a small piece of work for their fans to read.

The story below follows Judah as he rushes to the hospital with a young woman named Marigold after she gets hurt at one of his shows. They come from two different worlds but that doesn’t stop the sparks that fly.


Damn. The word repeated in his mind over and over again. One moment, he was backstage taking a drink of water between sets, the next he was pounding some ass that was shaking this girl. How the hell he had ended up with the one girl he had been watching from the stage all night in his arms, he had no idea.

Granted, he had hoped they would talk, that she hadn’t just been watching the band play because she was bored, that she was honestly was staring at him and it hadn’t been his imagination. He had hoped she’d stay after their set and he’d have a chance to find her. Had hoped to get her phone number and then a date. That had been his goal for the evening, to get her attention, but he never thought he would have gained her attention like this.

“She’s still awake, right?” His older brother, Ben, shifted gears again and the engine accelerated.

“Yes.” Judah glanced down to see her blue eyes staring at his tattoos.

He held her fragile body in the backseat of Ben’s Honda, catching sight of her pale face as the street lights flashed into the speeding car. She rested her head against his shoulder while he kept pressure on the wound. Blood streaked and stained her golden hair.

“Keep her talking,” Ben said.

He didn’t do small talk. Hell, Judah did his best to never talk. “You said your name was Marigold?”

She nodded and he said, “I’m Judah. How old are you?”

“Seventeen.” Her weak voice sounded distant; unattached. Judah was silent and that was how he liked life: silent and undisturbed.

He wrestled for a subject, but his mind remained blank. “Where year are you at school?”

“Senior.” She shivered uncontrollably in his arms. Her eyelids drooped.

Exhausting that line of questioning, he stared at the back of Ben’s seat and searched his barren brain for more. The questions that did plague him weren’t ones he could ask, at least not now. Was the drunken monster that grabbed hold of her, shook the hell out of her, and then caused her to fall and hit her head her boyfriend?

Her teeth chattered and a small moan escaped her lips. “She’s in shock, Judah. Try to keep her warm.”

His brother enrolled in a couple of medic classes and all of the sudden he’s a damn doctor. Keeping pressure on her head, he wrapped his other arm around her tiny frame. He should try to comfort her, tell her everything will be okay, but he didn’t know how and he wasn’t sure if he’d be telling the truth.

She inched closer to him, letting her cheek rest against his chest and an arm wrap around his neck. He closed his eyes, liking how she felt.

It’d been forever since he held a girl and never in his life had he held one this beautiful. “How old are you?” she asked.

His eyes opened in surprise. It was the first time she initiated conversation. “Eighteen.”

An undertone of humor rung in her voice, “I watched you play tonight.” .

“You and ten other people.”

Ben snorted from the front seat and she whispered her response, “Whatever.”

The corner of his mouth lifted. They had an awesome crowd tonight. His brothers will kick his ass for screwing up the second set by getting involved with this girl, but Dad would kill him if he walked away.

Judah didn’t do it for his dad, he did it for her. Second song in, he noticed Marigold watching them from the fringe of the crowd. Long, blond hair, kicking curves, and a sexy way of swaying to the beat he pounded on the drums.

“I saw you looking at me.” Marigold tried to wiggle her eyebrows, but failed. “My friends convinced me to leave you a note to meet me after. That’s why I was backstage, but I should have listened to my instincts. There’s no way you would have agreed.

Her forward statement caught him off guard and he cleared his throat before rejoining the game.

“I saw you…mean I noticed you. Why would you think I wouldn’t have stayed to meet you?” Judah asked.

“Because I’m a Newman. Why would you want to go on a date with me?”

Newman. Realization hit him hard. That’s the reason why that man asked Judah to take her to the hospital instead of calling an ambulance. He wanted no press. This was the senator’s daughter.

“I think the better question is why would you want to go on a date with me?” Judah said as a statement.

“Maybe because you saved me from that guy who attacked me? Maybe because you’re taking me to the hospital when you don’t know me?

Maybe because I like how you played the drums tonight?” she replied.

Judah chuckled and when Mari tried to laugh to, she winced.

Mari’s eyes blinked rapidly before she gave in and let them close. A spark of fear flickered inside him. “What’s your favorite color?”

The fragile hand wrapped around his neck went limp. He held her closer. “Marigold, open your eyes and tell me your favorite color.”

“Purple.” Her eyes open again. “So you’re saying that if I hadn’t been attacked by a madman, you would have talked to me after your set?”

Talked with her? If a girl like Mari gave him a smile, he’d follow her around like a puppy for life.

“What are you doing later this evening? After stitches and all? Want to see a movie?”

Mari laughed out loud, groaned then gave him a smile that was immediately burned into his memory. “Can I have a raincheck?”

“Definitely.”

“Friday?” she asked as if his answer wasn’t already cemented in stone.

“Friday,” he confirmed. Judah’s brother Ben stopped the car in front of the emergency room doors. “Go!”

Judah shoved the door open with his foot and rushed through the automatic doors with Marigold safely in his arms. Judah shoved the door open with his foot & rushed through the automatic doors. Marigold’s fingers weakly clutched the material of his shirt. Warm moisture dripped on his arm and the salty smell of blood filled his nose.

Dammit, all the blood was going to fall out of her head here in the waiting room.

A middle aged woman dressed in a wrinkled business suit stepped in front of Judah. She had the friendliness of a receptionist in hell.

“We received a call from Mr. Andrew Morton. Follow me.”

He tightened his grip on Marigold. “Who are you?”

She spun on her heels and jerked her hand in the air motioning for Judah to follow. He glanced at the waiting room filled with wet hacking coughs and children crying in pain. The smell of fresh vomit hung in the air. He chose to follow.

They walked past the open emergency room beds to an antiseptic smelling private room in the corner. Unopened medical equipment sat on silver trays.

“Put her down,” she said.

Marigold buried her face into his shoulder. “Please don’t leave.”

Judah gently placed her on the bed and looked down into frightened blue eyes.

“I won’t leave this hospital until you do.” Ben was going to shove a boot up his ass for that promise.

Two nurses in blue scrubs entered the room. The younger nurse applied pressure to the wound while the older nurse stepped on Judah’s toes and elbowed him out of the way. He took a reluctant step back.

The older nurse spoke to Marigold with the sweetness of a grandmother, “We need to take off your clothes and get you into a hospital gown. Do you think you can help us with that?”

The nurse turned to Judah and her face hardened. She motioned with her chin toward the door. “The waiting room is in that direction.”

Flipping personalities again, she tenderly lifted Marigold’s hand and slid her rings off her fingers.

“We’re attempting to contact your family now. We’ll have you fixed up in no time.”

Marigold stared at him. “I want Judah to stay.”

The older nurse smoothly coaxed, “Let’s get you settled first then we’ll discuss visitors, okay?”

She glanced at him and hissed, “We’ll find you later. Let us do our job.”

Judah flexed every muscle in his body. “I’m counting on that.”

He leaned around the nurse, touched Marigold’s hand, and gentled his tone, “I’ll be back.”

She tried to nod, but stopped abruptly, wincing. Judah lived a life of regrets & walking away from Marigold made the top of his list. Judah’s oldest brother, Ben, slouched in a seat far from the sick and injured. His phone held close to his face, typing with his thumbs at a snail’s pace. Three seats down, an elderly janitor mopped up vomit.

Ben shoved his phone in his jeans pocket and perched himself on the edge of the chair. “Ready?”

Judah fell into the chair next to him and let the back of his head hit the wall. “Nope.”

“Why?”

“Because she asked me to stay.” Though he would have stayed even if she didn’t ask.

Ben’s combat boot tapped repeatedly against the floor. “Do you have any idea who that girl is?”

Judah raised an eyebrow. When the nurse found him, ‘that girl’ would have his undivided attention until she was released. Then he’d have the pleasure of escorting ‘that girl’ home. As soon as he could possibly arrange it, ‘that girl’ would be going on a date with him. Beyond that, he didn’t really care.

“That’s Marigold Newman. Her father is Douglas Newman.”

Judah stared up at the white ceiling, acting like he didn’t know, but he did. He just didn’t care who her family was.

Ben continued, “Turn the channel to CNN every now and then. Douglas Newman is running for U.S. Senator.

When her father became Lieutenant Governor, Marigold became a super star.” So Judah had it wrong, he wasn’t a senator…yet.

“Don’t you remember when Eliza sat in front of the TV for a week straight to watch the highlights of Marigold’s first day of school?”

Judah’s lips twitched. Oh, he remembered. He remembered teasing her and her little friends unmercifully for their bizarre fascination. He made a mental note to apologize to Eliza. Maybe her childhood fascination wasn’t so border line psychotic.

Ben pitched forward in his seat. “Let’s go then.”

“I’m not leaving her.”

“Bro, there’s nothing else you can do.”

“I said, I’m not leaving.”

Ben ran a hand over his face. “What exactly do you think is going to happen? You honestly think they’re going to let you see her?”

“Yes.”

Ben raised his arms out to his sides to prove his point. “Have you taken a good look at us?”

Even with his cropped hair cut, Ben looked menacing with his multiple piercings and tattoos. Strangers ignored that the tattoos running down his arms were of crosses, roses, and thorn vines. To people who weren’t his family, they would simply see someone different – a punk, a freak. Marigold looked nothing like Ben and his family. For the first time, Judah wondered once Marigold had a chance to honestly see him, if she too would be frightened.

“Go if you want.” Judah stretched out his legs in front of him and slouched in the chair. “I’ll call a cab when I’m ready to leave.”

Ben pulled his phone out of his pocket with exaggerated effort.

“You’re the one who’s going to explain to Bear and Isaac why they had to break down on their own.”

Bent forward, Judah stared at the empty coffee cup he cradled between his hands. The right hand throbbed. He should have bought a cold Coke to take down the swelling. It had been years since he had thrown a punch. He replayed the entire scenario over and over again in his head to see if he missed an opportunity that didn’t include violence. The monster point blank shook her mere steps from where Judah stood. Before he could reach them, the ass staggered and tripped.

Unfortunately, the monster hit the ground and Marigold crashed into the corner of the stage.

“Was I wrong?” Judah asked.

The back of Ben’s head rested on the wall. His eyes were closed, but the lack of snoring indicated he was wake.

“No. We were all gunning for him. You got to him first.”

Ben opened his eyes to begin his fifth lecture on why they should leave when he straightened and lightly smacked Judah’s knee. “Heads up.”

The nurse from hell whispered so softly that Judah had to strain to hear her, “Will you follow me?”

Judah shot out of the seat. “Is she okay?”

The nurse’s gaze traveled over Judah, eyeing him like he was a leper. “She asked to see you, but I’ll understand if you decline.”

Judah fixed his stare on the nurse, intending to intimidate her. He was going to see Marigold one way or another. “Take me to her.”

He followed her and the nurse paused outside of a private room. “I suggest not staying long.”

In the bed, Marigold shivered. A bastard like him had no business being alone with a girl like her, but he was here and she was cold. He grabbed a blanket sitting on a chair close to the bed and wrapped it tightly around her. As he withdrew his hand, he felt delicate, cold fingers touch his. Tired blue eyes stared up at him.

Judah sat in the chair and wrapped both of his hands around hers. He rested his head on their combined fingers and released the breath he’d been holding for the past two hours.

“Thank you.”

Judah lifted his head at the sound of her groggy words. “You’re welcome.”

She tried to smile, “If this is our first date, it sort of stinks.” Judah chuckled.

“Our first date happens on Friday,” he said.

Mari’s smile widened. “Friday it is.”


It’s a short story, with no promise of a more (though I know I wish there was more). Perhaps in the future, she will add to this story, but for now, it’s all we got.

McGarry next book Nowhere but Here is set to come out May 26th and it’s available for pre-order now.

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Cover for “Nowhere but Here” by Katie McGarry released

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Good news for fans of Katie McGarry. She is starting a new series soon called Thunder Road and the cover for the first book, Nowhere But Here, was released yesterday through McGarry’s Facebook page.

Below is the synopsis for the book.

Seventeen-year-old Emily likes her life the way it is: doting parents, good friends, good school in a safe neighborhood. Sure, she’s curious about her biological father—the one who chose life in a motorcycle club, the Reign of Terror, over being a parent—but that doesn’t mean she wants to be a part of his world. But when a reluctant visit turns to an extended summer vacation among relatives she never knew she had, one thing becomes clear: nothing is what it seems. Not the club, not her secret-keeping father and not Oz, a guy with suck-me-in blue eyes who can help her understand them both.

Oz wants one thing: to join the Reign of Terror. They’re the good guys. They protect people. They’re…family. And while Emily—the gorgeous and sheltered daughter of the club’s most respected member—is in town, he’s gonna prove it to her. So when her father asks him to keep her safe from a rival club with a score to settle, Oz knows it’s his shot at his dream. What he doesn’t count on is that Emily just might turn that dream upside down.

No one wants them to be together. But sometimes the right person is the one you least expect, and the road you fear the most is the one that leads you home.

We have seen that McGarry is able to create a world filled with complex characters that we can relate to in some way. Her other series, Pushing the Limits, took on some dark themes but created couples that we rooted for from beginning to end. McGarry is not sure if she will add another book for that series as of yet, but with this new series on the horizon, fans can jump on board for that.

Nowhere But Here is set to come out May 26th. The book is available for preorder by clicking one of the links below.

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Book review: “Take Me On” by Katie McGarry – story about holding on to the fight no matter what the odds are

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Format: ebook, hardcover, paperback
Series: book 4 of The Pushing the Limits series
Rating: 15+ for language, sensual content, dark themes
Genre: Young Adult
Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18333898-take-me-on

In the fourth of the book, we follow West Young (Rachel’s brother) as he tries to make up for the mistakes of his past and try and help Haley deal with the mistakes of her past.

The book takes place during the time period right after Rachel gets into her accident in Crash into You. West is struggling with what happened blaming himself for it. He meets Haley during a chance encounter where they save each other. Haley has her own demons that she needs to deal with as she’s spent most of her trying to protect her family but the weight of the world is starting to weight her down.

West finds himself in a situation that he’s never been in before as he tries to figure out not only who he is, but where is going in life. Fighting has always been an outlet for him but it wasn’t until Haley that he found something more in it. She sees the type of person that he can be and he wants nothing more then to be that man for her.

Haley has her own demons that she must deal with. Her ex-boyfriend, Matt, wants her back but the man that he is becoming is the man that Haley doesn’t want in her life. She takes the whole world on her shoulders as her family is slowly falling apart and is willing to put herself in harm’s way to protect them. When she meets West, he tries to alleviate some of that pressure that she puts on herself but it takes some time to see that she is worth fighting for.

Once again, McGarry creates these two lost people that are searching for themselves in the world. At this age (18) we are all trying to find out place and it’s beautiful the way that Haley and West use their love and faith in one another to do that.

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I like how McGarry doesn’t shy away from anything that a teenager might go through. Haley deals with a dark part of her relationship with Matt and it took away not only the fight that she had in her, but the respect of her family. You see how a mistake can be hard to overcome and can’t take it back once you’ve made it.

The best part of the story is the family dynamics that West and Haley have within their own families. West always thought of himself as the black sheep of the family and lost respect of his father. Their relationship comes to blows in this book and we get to see the reason behind that. Haley has her own family problems that she needs to deal with. Her father basically self-destruct and left the family in a bind. Haley will do anything to try and get back to where they were before. It’s tragedy to see this kind of thing unfold but one that unfortunately happens every day.

For the romance side, the story is a beautiful and heart wrenching (as you can expect from McGarry). West gives everything that he has for Haley and she has to learn to trust again. It’s great to watch as the walls start to come down as you see the two of them fall in love.

Really the only downside to the story was at the beginning. There was a time when the language got a little confusing and hard to follow. Thankfully it was only during a few chapters and once could argue it could have been done because of the chaos of the situation.

This is really one series that you should be reading if you are not. Each book adds a whole other element to the overall story of these characters and shows us that we can find love in as long as we never give up.

Rating: A

To keep up to date on news from Katie McGarry, you can go to her website, ‘Like’ her on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter.

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The Pushing the Limits series

Book 1 – Pushing the Limits
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Book 1.5 – Breaking the Rules
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | | Review

Book 2 – Dare You To
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Book 3 – Crash Into You
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK | Review

Book 4 – Take Me On
Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Amazon UK |

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The cover for “Breaking the Rules” by Katie McGarry released

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The official cover for the new book in the Pushing the Limits series by Katie McGarry was released. This book is technically #1.5 in the series, but it’s a full length novel that’s going to follow Echo and Noah (the couple from Pushing the Limits).

Breaking the Rules follows the couple as they go on a road trip before their college begins. And everything seems to be going great for the couple until Echo starts getting nightmares about her past. It challenges their relationship as Noah wonders if he will be able to help her and Echo hopes that she can overcome her past once and for all.

While we got glimpses of Noah and Echo in the other books in the series, it will be fun to go back to this couple and see where life took them after the first book.

Breaking the Rules is available for Pre-order and is currently on sale at Amazon for $3.82. We don’t know how long this deal is going to last so make sure to pre-order your book before it comes out December 8th.

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Pushing the Limits
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Breaking the Rules
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Dare You To
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Crash into You
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Take Me On
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