Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Now on Tour Off Limits by Renee Pace

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 April 27 Review 
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May 9 Promo and review 
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Lissette E. Manning 

Off Limits

By Renee Pace



Lindsay looks and acts like the perfect fifteen year-old, but she’s hiding a dirty little secret that no amount of fashionista coverings can make better. Telling her mother her step-father is molesting her is not an option. Trying to kill herself again haunts her more than the scars on her wrists, and pretending to be perfect at school might very well drive her over the edge.

Megan knows all about lying. It's been part of her life ever since she realized the only way to escape her poverty-stricken neighborhood was to work hard, keep her mouth shut and wear a mask no one can penetrate. All that changes when Lindsay befriends her.

Can two girls who have little in common discover the value of a real friendship or will the secrets they dare not speak destroy them both?

Off Limits purchase links:

Kindle http://amzn.com/B006JUVE1Y

About the Author:

Renee Pace is a multi-published author who likes to tackle real teen issues in her nitty gritty series. She calls Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada home. Mother of four she juggles writing, deadlines and her children’s hectic schedules. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada, the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia, and the Society of Children Writers & Illustrators. Her first nitty gritty book, Off Leash was a 2011 semi-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest. Her second book Off Limits tackles poverty and sexual abuse, and for her third book, Off Stroke debuting May 2012 Pace writes about young love and prejudice.


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Hammarblad said...

This sounds like a very good book on more levels than the literary; it's a difficult subject and I'm sure more young people than I want to even imagine try to cope with things like these in their everyday lives. I wish you the best of luck!

Unknown said...

I love how the book sounds, though I'm a bit sad because the story line is so realistic in what happens in the world.

Gimme The Scoop said...

Sounds like a really good book on a touchy subject. I cringe just thinking of the subject but it's very true in some teens lives and sometimes even though this is a work of fiction it may inadvertently help a teen open up and get help. Ya never know....

IsleepWearyNights said...

I've been seeing this book around all the places I do tours for and it looks pretty good! I'm booked for the month though. =/

Bri @ Kindling the Fire

steph from fangswandsandfairydust.com said...

I second what Sarah says. I am getting away from reading YA.

Wall said...

I worked for Child protective services for almost 5 years and hearing the secrets is the hardest part of the job. And then we punish the child by taking them out of the family rather than punishing the offender by making them leave. This books sounds great.

Jen said...

This book sounds soooooooooooo amazing!!! I'm adding it to my goodreads to-read list now!! I can't wait to read this book! :)

Unknown said...

this was a really good book, thank you.

Doodle said...

This book sounds great! I added it to my TBR list!