FORGOTTEN by Pitch Wars mentor, Kristin Smith … release day & giveaway!
Apr18

FORGOTTEN by Pitch Wars mentor, Kristin Smith … release day & giveaway!

ForgottenKristin Smith(The Deception Game #2)Published by: Clean Teen PublishingPublication date: April 18th 2017Genres: Dystopian, Young Adult The epic tale of Sienna Preston continues in this second installment of the exhilarating Deception Game series.  Seventeen-year-old Sienna is no stranger to heartache and loss. But this time, it’s different; someone―or something―has tampered with a loved one’s memories, and she’s determined to get answers. The trail leads her to the glittering skyscrapers and modern luxuries of Rubex, the Capital of Pacifica, where she infiltrates the government’s Agency for Intelligence and Genetics. But answers are not always easy to come by, especially when her own memories may have been altered. Luckily, Zane Ryder is there to help her put the pieces back together, his devotion and concern muddying the waters between friendship and something more.  When Sienna gets too close to uncovering dark Agency secrets, she’s framed for the murder of a prominent government official, sending her on the run. Sienna’s heart may be torn about who she loves, but none of that really matters anymore―because the only thing that awaits her now is a death sentence. Goodreads / Amazon / Barnes & Noble / iBooks / Kobo Grab book 1 for only 99¢! Amazon / Barnes & Noble / iBooks / Kobo — EXCERPT: Zane parks his Aria on the lake side of the dam, and we both climb out. “Bring back memories?” Zane asks with a wry grin. “How you thought I was trying to kill myself? Again?” I laugh. “I don’t know why you thought I was so suicidal.” Zane shrugs. “Maybe I didn’t. Maybe I just wanted an excuse to rescue you.” My heart trips over itself. “Zane,” I say softly, “you can’t keep saying things like that.” He moves around the side of the car. “Why not?” When he takes my hand in his, the warmth of his fingers heats up my whole body. “This isn’t a good idea,” I mutter, but I make no move to extract my hand from his. He looks down at me, then at our entwined fingers. “But what if it is? What if it’s the best idea in the whole damn world?” “Because—because you’re engaged. To someone else.” “But I don’t want to be,” he says, his voice low. He takes a step closer until he’s so close that I could wrap my arm around his back if I wanted to. “Zane,” I warn, but the warning gets caught in my throat. He’s giving me that look. The same one he gave me before he kissed me that first time on the couch in his house. “What?” he whispers. “Please, don’t—” But...

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