The Take Me On author shares which books she's taking to the beach this summer.
What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick is the perfect beach read as it takes place in the summer at the beach. The story follows seventeen-year-old Gwen Castle. She’s a working-class girl determined to escape her small island town, but when rich kid (and smoking hot) Cass Somers, her biggest mistake ever, shows up to work on the island for the summer, her entire life changes. There’s a scene that involves mapping, and it will just make you melt.
Do you want a hot read on a hot day? Read White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout. Layla wants to be a normal teenage girl; trouble is, she is anything but—she’s half demon, half gargoyle. She risks the wrath of a boy she's loved forever by joining forces with a sexy demon who claims to know her secrets.
The Lonesome Young by Lucy Connors is one of those books that sweeps you up and causes you to forget the world around you. That’s what I love in a beach read. The Hatfields and the McCoys had nothing onThe Lonesome Young’s Rhodales and Whitfields—they have been fighting for decades. But what happens when the next generation falls in love? Teens Mickey and Victoria do fall, and they try to see if their love and passion outlast the hate between their families.
Three by Kristen Simmons is the third and final book in the Article 5 series. I love sitting on the beach and reading the conclusion of a series I adore. In Three, Ember and Chase seek refuge with the mysterious resistance organization, Three, which may give Ember not only a safe place to hide but a chance to fight back.
Running on Empty by Colette Ballard is a suspenseful, edge-of-your-seat and swoon-worthy read. Seventeen-year-old River Daniels kills her controlling boyfriend in self-defense. Then, with the help of her closest friends, she eludes police until she can find evidence to clear her name. One of the people helping her? Justice, the hot cowboy who has stood by her for years and who has loved her for as long as he can remember.