Katie McGarry announces special “Breaking the Limits” ebook

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Fans of the Breaking the Limits are getting their wishes granted. We are going or get a full length ebook novel for a pair of the characters in the Breaking the Limits world.

The book is called Chasing Impossible and it’s going to be “impossible” to try and pass this opportunity up when you find out who the couple is.

It’s none other then Logan from Dare You To and Abby from Crash into You. These characters were fan favorites and fans begged for their story and McGarry is giving it to us for FREE!

That’s right FREE!

But what’s the catch right?

There isn’t one. All you have to do is submit your transaction number from the pre-order of Nowhere but Here (because you already did this) order to this link and you will receive your copy of the book on July 1st.

And as if that wasn’t enough, anyone who submits for the book will be entered into a drawing to win a $500 Visa gift card.

And if you were deciding to do it or not, let the synopsis make the decision for you.

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.

What do you think of this announcement?

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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What do you think of the cover for Breaking the Rules?

Katie McGarry announces new book for “Pushing the Limits” series

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Good news for fans of the Harlequin series, Katie McGarry has announced a new book with a special surprise: it will be a sequel of sorts for Pushing the Limits (which is the first book in the series). The title of the book will be called Breaking the Rules.

In Pushing the Limits, we met Noah and Echo, two broken people who come together and bond over their heartache of their pasts. We had seen glimpses of them throughout the series, but this new book will put these two back in the focus.

In Breaking the Rules, Noah and Echo embark on a road trip having Echo trying to become an artist and so that Noah can remain close to his only relatives. The time period will be between the time of Pushing the Limits and Dare You To (which is the 2nd book in the series).

McGarry also has stated that there will be a sneak peak in the back of her next book Take Me On which is set to come out May 27th. So make sure to look out for it when you read it.

Breaking the Rules is now available to be added to your Goodreads shelf and is set to come out December 30th.

What do you think of Katie McGarry’s new book?

Prologue of “Crossing the Line” by Katie McGarry released

Yesterday, Katie McGarry released the prologue to her new short story, Crossing the Line, through her Facebook page.

The short story follows Lila and Lincoln and the prologue takes place two years before the rest of Crossing the Line and Pushing the Limits. Echo and Aires from her other books make an appearance in this prologue as well.

She also announced that tomorrow she would be revealing the cover to the next book in the Harlequin Teen series, Take Me On. Stay tuned for that.

To add this book to your Goodreads page, go here.

What did you think of the prologue?

“Pushing the Limits” by Katie McGarry – a heartbreaking story of how the acceptance is the hardest thing to do

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Format: Available for eBook, paperback, hardcover
Series: book 1 of Harlequin Teen series
Rated: 15+ for language and sexual and graphic scenes
Genre: Young Adult
Goodreads Page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10194514-pushing-the-limits?from_search=true

In this series, we get two new characters a book and watch as they meet, fall in love, and deal with the issues that plague their lives.

In the first book, the main characters are Noah and Echo. Noah is the school’s bad boy who goes to school whenever it suits his needs. He’s had a rough past couple years as he lost his parents to a house fire and his brothers were taken away and put into a foster home. He gets a few visitations but it’s not enough for him. He wants them with him so he can have his family back.

Echo is trying to adjust being back at school after missing the last few months because of an incident with her mother that she doesn’t remember, which was just months after her brother (Aires) died in Afghanistan. Everyone around her is walking on eggshells, hiding the truth from her, but all she wants is to know what happened and why she has the scars on her body.

To help cope with her brother’s death, she makes a deal with the school therapist to tutor Noah so that she can earn some money to fix the car that Aires was working on before he died. Noah is reluctant to go to the sessions, but knows that if he wants his brother’s back, then he needs to play by ‘their’ rules.

As the book progresses and Noah and Echo spend more time together, they both see that there is more to the other then what is seen on the surface. They connect through their own miseries and create a strong structure to their new relationship.

When Noah and Echo face the truth about their pasts, it makes Noah realize how much he loves and needs Echo, but it forces Echo to pull back for fear that she will hurt Noah, the person who loves her with her scars, not despite them. Can he convince her that they are perfect for each other and that she won’t hurt him?

Going into the book, I didn’t quite know what to expect. The book has a lot of tender moments, especially the ones with Noah and his brothers. It’s obvious just how much that his brothers mean to him

Echo feels lost and confused all the time because she can’t understand why she is being ostracized from her mother. She gets even more frustrated when she learns that everyone around her knows the truth, but refuse to tell her.

Unlike some of the other books that are similar to this one, this book focused more on the characters individually rather then together. Yes there were moments when they were physical but it helped develop the characters. The main the point of the book was them dealing with their own personal problems and using each other as outlets.

The book is sad and heart-wrenching but in the best way. When the truth about what happened to Echo, you really feel for her and then Noah, it’s just too much. Noah has his own problems but Echo makes him feel for the first and makes him realize that he needs to do what’s best for his brothers, even if it’s not what he wants.

If this is any indication for the future books, I can expect to spend a lot of late nights reading.

Next in the series:

Book #2 – Dare You To (available now)

Dare You To (Pushing the Limits, #2)

Book #3 – Crash Into You (available now)

Book #4 – Take Me On (Out May 27th)