Monday, 9 July 2012

Series Spotlight: Girl Heart Boy by Ali Cronin - A Real Summer Sizzler!


No Such Thing As Forever (Girl Heart Boy #1) by Ali Cronin
Publisher: Puffin Books
Release date: August 2012
Ages:14+

Real love. Real lives. The real thing . . . Girl Heart Boy is the irresistible new romantic series for teens, combining the romance of The OC with the realism of Skins and the sexiness of E L James' Fifty Shades of Grey - for a teen audience. Girl Heart Boy is perfect for fans of Twilight and the Hunger Games looking for their next must-have read.

Four girls, three boys, turning 18. Get set to follow their eventful final year at school . . .

Cass is Ms Monogamy. Ashley is a player. Donna is a party girl. But what about Sarah? Her friends tease her for being uptight, but she's waiting for The One. Now she's found him, but is he forever - or is Sarah just his summer fling? 



A real summer sizzler, Ali Cronin's Girl Heart Boy series is all about real teens and real lives and real sex.  Already out in eBook format, No Such Thing as Forever, the first book in the series releases in paperback in August 2012, priced £6.99. I read this one over the weekend and I can tell you that it is totally hot with steamy scenes a-plenty!

You can get the full lowdown on the series and watch Sarah's first vlog where you can follow her summer of boys, dating, love and sexploration below:





Wasn't that fun?

Sarah will be vlogging every Tuesday, so be sure to tune in every week and check out how her summer is going!
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 Find out more about Girl Heart Boy:



And don't miss out on the rest of the series! Two eBook exclusives Girls' Night In and Forget Me Not release in July and September 2012 respectively, while the second book in the series Rumour Has It releases as an eBook in August, with the paperback version following in October.

I can't wait to see what happens next!


Stop by again tomorrow when I'll be reviewing No Such Thing as Forever.








Additional details: Press Release


13 comments :

  1. Oh wowie, they really know how to sell this book! I was hooked as soon as they compared it to the OC -- I kind of adored that show a few years back LOL! x) I don't think I've ever heard of this one before but it sounds like such a fun read to add to my summer TBR list. Totally hot with steamy scenes aplenty? Count me in! :')

    Thanks for sharing, Leanna! <3

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  2. Never heard of this series before. It sounds like a fun, crazy series, perfect for the summer. :) 

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  3. Um. Steamy scenes you say? Sign me up! Like Mimi and Nina, this series is pretty new to me, but it sounds right up my alley and perfect for a summer read! Thanks for sharing Leanna!

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  4. Oh this seems like a fun summer read! I'll definitely be checking this out.

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  5. A steamy read is perfect for the summer- I'll have to look into this one. Thanks for sharing this!

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  6. Er, I think I must have been living under a huge rock because this is the first time I'm hearing about this series. But, now that I know about it, I'm definitely keen on checking it out. I'm definitely in the mood for something sexy, sizzling and summery and this sounds like it could be just what I'm looking for. Thanks for bringing it to my attention Leanna! :)

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  7. daisychainbooks9 July 2012 at 20:58

     It's a really good read & definitely perfect for the beach! :)

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  8. daisychainbooks9 July 2012 at 20:58

     This is pretty much as steamy as YA gets!!

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  9. daisychainbooks9 July 2012 at 21:00

     This one had pretty much bypassed me until I was sent the press release. I was in the mood for a fun contemp at the weekend so I bought the eBook and I'm glad I did. I really liked this one - can't wait to continue with the series! :)

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  10. I like the sound of this one, but it seems so unlike The Hunger Games that I don't even know why they'd bother mentioning it in the summary :P.

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  11. daisychainbooks9 July 2012 at 22:41

     I know, right! I thought that too! I guess they're just trying to appeal to YA readers with those standout titles. For me this was more Sugar Rush and Skins than Twilight and The Hunger Games. It's a really good read in any case! :)

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  12. I'm mildly disturbed by the book comparisons made in the blurb. Seriously, 50 Shades of Grey for teens? 

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  13. daisychainbooks13 July 2012 at 13:38

     I know!! :

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