Thursday, 12 September 2013

The Summer of Me & You by Rae Hachton - Blog Tour News and a Teaser

I am so sorry for the lack of posting over here, but I've been so busy with so many things and I am on the verge of panicking because I still have things to do and they don't seem the get them done.

Well, I'm not the only one being busy, because meanwhile Rae Hachton wrote another book. You will be surprised to see that this time the story is pinker and so is the cover. I honestly can't wait to read her new book The Summer of Me & You, which will be released this month, but until then, this is what's happening:

 

A super seven days blog tour with reviews, interviews, excerpts and more. So don't miss them out.

Here is a little something about the book and a teaser:

Synopsis:

This is the summer of first love. The summer of magic. The Summer of Me and You.

Kaleb has loved Kayleigh ever since first grade, even if he's never admitted it to anyone. Not even himself. But this summer, that's about to change.

Kaleb's had a troubled past, and Kayleigh's life has always been perfect. He'd love nothing more than to be the guy who ruins it all, and make her fall for him against her mother's wishes.

Kayleigh is a complete nerd. She's got the glasses to prove it. She just knows that a guy like Kaleb would never really want to be with a girl like her. So she's going to avoid him at all costs.

But then why do they always end up hanging out together?

When a secret that both their parents kept from them comes out, it will define the true meaning of love.

But when this summer ends, will Kaleb and Kayleigh have to say goodbye, or is this just the beginning of many more summers to come?

Teaser for The Summer of Me & You
     “What?!” I flew up from the couch. I already had a headache. “I'm going to my room. If you need me for anything I won't respond.”

    “Okay, but you can't avoid me forever. We're going to talk about this eventually.”

    “Why are you so concerned with my life anyway?”

    “Because. I live vicariously through you my darling.” She flashed me a smile.

    “Well, if that's true, you have no life, in both senses of the meaning.”

    “I'm about to.”

    “How's that?”

    “I have a mission-a purpose. I'm going to help my idiotic son win back the love of his teenage life.”

    “You pester me too much. Go crochet something or join a damn book club.”

    “You shouldn't tempt me, Kaleb. I really do have an ugly stick and it has your name written all over it.”

    “I'll take my chances.”

    “You seem to be doing that a lot lately. Look where it's gotten you so far.”

    I reached down to the coffee table and scooped up all the magazines.

    “What are you doing?!” she cried.

    “Throwing these in the trash. You never read them anyway.”

    “Yes I do!”

    “Oh really? Then tell me, what lovely article were you reading when you eavesdropped on me and Kayleigh?”

    “That's easy. From Parenting magazine: Thirteen signs that there's a good chance your son was dropped on his head as an infant.”

    I sniggered. “You do realize that would involve the high probability that you were a terrible and neglectful mother, though, right? I mean, if that did happen, it wasn't my fault, it was yours. So, no offense taken.”

    “Shit,” she said. “Okay, fine. You win this round. But the game is on.”

    “I have the weirdest mother on the planet.”

    “I know. Aren't you just blessed?”

This is a discussion between Kaleb and his mother. I think it's hilarious, what do you think?

Author: Amina Black