Friday, February 8, 2013

Cover Reveal: The Cirque by Ryann Kerekes

A Goodreads reviewer that I truly trust in her book opinions was going crazy over this book. . .so. . .because I am sick. I rushed over, emailed the author, begged to get a review copy, and threatened to stand outside her home and sing Lil Wayne lyrics at the tune of country music songs.

She replied and sent me the book, although confessing that she loves Lil Wayne and an occasional country music song, so I could just BRING IT!

Anyway. Long story short. I'm reading the book and the fan girl inside my core is vibrating with excitement! Here is the Cover Reveal below.

I'll post my review and a giveaway for this lovely book on Feb 22.

Book Blurb:
Eighteen-year-old ballerina Ariel is determined to experience life
outside the dance studio. She auditions for the cirque on a whim, and though ballet training didn’t prepare her for dodging knives, she refuses to flinch and wins the spot of target girl alongside Gabriel, the mysterious knife-thrower.

There’s something unmistakably dangerous yet tempting about Gabriel’s crystal blue eyes and tattoos. She’s determined to solve the mystery of his past after learning he’s on the run from the law. Especially since the distraction is just what she needs to avoid admitting to her parents she was dismissed from her
ballet contract.

The more she learns about Gabriel, the scars on his body, the foster
homes he grew up in, and his fascination with knives, she knows she should run the other way, but that boy’s like crack, oh so bad for you, yet addicting as hell. When he’s arrested and forced to deal with his past, she has to choose between putting her own life back together and dealing with her parents, or taking a chance on Gabriel, as no one else has.

Author Bio:

Ryann Kerekes writes young adult novels with a strong dose of romance. She lives in Minnesota with a super cute husband and two puppies, one of which may be part monkey. When not writing, she enjoys reading, hiking, laughing and day dreaming about kissing scenes. The Cirque, a contemporary, sexy YA is her debut novel.

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