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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Waiting For Dusk Blog Tour: Review & Giveaway

Welcome to my stop on the Waiting For Dusk blog tour hosted by YA Bound Book Tours.  Click HERE to see the full blog tour schedule!

Waiting for Dusk
Release Date: 11/27/12
227 pages

Summary from Goodreads:
Read a book.
Fall asleep.
Meet a boy.
Is it real or just a dream?
Katie’s everyday life suddenly turns exciting when she travels back in time and meets the boy of her dreams. Thinking of nothing else, willing to leave the real world behind, she’s determined to find out if it’s all a dream or not. Returning again and again, Katie almost has her answers until one day her precious book goes missing.

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Katie's mom gives her a book after she is bored and all her friends are gone for the summer. Than she wakes up in a boardinghouse with 3 other girls. On her first day of work after getting eggs from the henhouse she runs into Andrew aka Drew.

Her best friend Ty comes into town and makes a move on her but all she can think about is the guy in her dreams. Kate keeps loosing track of her days after she goes into her dream would. Drew takes Kate all over the Grand Canyon, showing her all that he loves and knows.

Katie had such faith in everyone having their happily ever after. She helped her friends in her dream world go after love. She was so captured that she brought her dream world into her real life by looking up everything about everyone and trying to tie it all together.
This was definitely a different story than what I am used to. It was sweet and made you want to hurry up and get back to her dream world with her. The only problem I had was when Katie was in the real world she was self absorbed. I also didn't really like the way it kind of switched to someone else talking while Katie is in a conversation with them. Besides that it was a good story. Her family was really sweet and I loved when she started really looking into who everyone was in the real world.

About the Author
Born and raised in Northeast Ohio, Nancy currently resides in Mentor, Ohio with her husband and their college-age son, plus a delightfully entertaining lovebird. She secretly wrote short stories as a child, typed them up and put them in a drawer. She’d give anything to see those stories one more time. Her writing is influenced by all the years of working with young people as a teacher and raising her own son. When not writing, Nancy loves to travel with her husband and enjoys a good cup of tea.

3 e-book copies of Waiting For Dusk (PDF or Mobi) (INT)

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