It’s been almost 2 months since our last post and 4 months since our last new book. But this autumn is shaping up to be a busy one; we’ve got a slew of new releases coming this fall and we’re proud to kick start the season with the launch of a wonderful young adult love story by Molly Ringle. Molly is a fantastic writer, able to capture the actions and emotions of young people so well. Her characters are real, they have flaws like we all do, and while we might find it hard to empathize with someone who thinks of themselves highly, fans of hers appreciate her ability to encapsulate those sometimes less-desirable traits we see in others or ourselves.
Relatively Honest is no different. It’s the story of a self-professed 18 year old womanizer who leaves his native London to attend university in Oregon. He can’t wait to seduce one American woman after another, but he’s unable to seal the deal when he meets Julie French, a dorm-mate. She’s got his heart and ego all tied up, and it’s driving him crazy because she just doesn’t want him. His quest to get her is thwarted by her long-distance boyfriend and a strange family secret that he inadvertently comes across. Intrigued? We were too – and we guarantee you’ll enjoy this interesting twist on boy meets girl.ISBN: 978-1-926760-61-2 List Price: $3.99 Buy: Amazon