Over the next several weeks I'm participating in the Life After Juliet launch with author Shannon Lee Alexander and wanted to share some tidbits with you now.
So check out the official blurb and what early reviewers are saying! Then stay tuned for future posts with excerpts and other fun things. As well as my review, which will be coming soon! And while you're at it, go add the book on goodreads.
Becca Hanson was never able to make sense of the real world. When her best friend Charlotte died, she gave up on it altogether. Fortunately, Becca can count on her books to escape—to other times, other places, other people...
Until she meets Max Herrera. He’s experienced loss, too, and his gorgeous, dark eyes see Becca the way no one else in school can.
As it turns out, kissing is a lot better in real life than on a page. But love and life are a lot more complicated in the real world...and happy endings aren't always guaranteed.
The companion novel to Love and Other Unknown Variables is an exploration of loss and regret, of kissing and love, and most importantly, a celebration of hope and discovering a life worth living again.
5 stars: "Every word meant something. Every tear they cried was real. Every action, every thought. This book didn't feel like it was just written for the sake of it, it felt like it was written because the author had to write it. She had to get it out, her words had to be heard." - Natasha Platt
5 stars: "I hung on every word and I'll think about it for a long time to come. Becca was brilliant, and I get her. Darby, she was special, Victor was a great crazy friend. Of course Max, there just couldn't be anyone better suited for her than Max. Listen to me... I’m talking as if they are real! Now that's the sign of a great book." - Natasha Platt
5 stars: "Great read for a book lover... Epic love at it's best!!!" - Socially Awkward Book Nerd
5 stars: "I absolutely loved this... The story, the characters, the message... Just perfection! And I dare anyone reading to try not to fall for Max!!" - Jamie Arkin, Fiction Fare