Thursday, December 18, 2014

Vitamins and Death - Book Blast Giveaway

VITAMINS AND DEATH, Prizm Books/Torquere Press, December 10, 2014
Purchase from Prizm, Amazon – Vendor sites will be updated on the author’s site.

Deidra Battle wants nothing more than to be invisible. After her mother, a public school teacher, engages in an embarrassing teacher-student affair at Lincoln High, they relocate to a different neighborhood and school. Being her mother's briefcase, Deidra joins her mother at her new workplace, Hodge High. Since her mother has reverted to her maiden name and changed her appearance, she thinks no one will figure out they're the Battles from recent news and that they're safe. Neither of them is. Hodge brings a fresh set of bullies who discover details about the scandal that changed Deidra's life. Feeling trapped at home with an emotionally abusive, pill-addicted mother and at school with hostile classmates who attempt to assault and blackmail her, Deidra yearns for freedom, even if she has to act out of character and hurt others in the process. Freedom comes at a price.

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10 comments:

Kindlemom said...

Thanks for sharing this!

Medeia Sharif said...

Thank you for participating in the book blast.

Claudine G. said...

I read about this book from Kelly Hashway's Goodreads review. Sounds excellent. Thanks for the giveaway and best of luck to Medeia on this one!

Allie @ Little Birdie Books said...

Oh, bullying books make me cry. THIS IS GOING TO MAKE ME CRY

Cascia Talbert said...

This sounds like a very intriguing book! Have a Merry Christmas!

Candace said...

This book has been on my radar. It sounds like one I would definitely be very emotionally invested in.

Tanja - Tanychy said...

I haven't heard of this one but it sounds like a really interesting read. Thanks for sharing :)

Zoe N. said...

I hadn't heard of this before, so thank you for putting it under my radar Lauren! :D Bullying books always bring me to tears, but, on the other hand, I think they're really important because they teach such important lessons, you know? Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

Melliane said...

Thanks for the discovery, I didn't know about this one but it's intriguing.

Krysten Quiles said...

Fingers crossed!