Book Blitz: This is What Goodbye Looks Like + Sorteo Amazon


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Hoy os traigo un nuevo Book Blitz para presentaros un libro muy prometedor que sé que a más de uno os interesará. Además, como no puede ser de otra manera, viene acompañado de un sorteo que seguro que querréis ganar: ¡15$ para Amazon! Espero que tengáis suerte ^^

EL LIBRO


Título orignal: This is What Goodbye Looks Like | Saga: No
Autora: Olivia Rivers | Páginas: 338 | Editorial:Red Sparrow Press
ISBN: 9781533075635
Comprar: Amazon

SINOPSIS

Lea Holder vio morir a un chico en el mismo accidente de coche que destrozó sus piernas y mandó a su hermana pequeña a un coma. Como la única testigo del accidente, si dice la verdad durante el juicio, el conductor borracho irá a prisión y la familia del niño fallecido tendrá justicia.
Pero Lea miento.
Si hubiese dicho la verdad habría mandado a su propia madre a la cárcel por causar el accidente. Con el juicio terminado y su madre puesta en libertad, Lea intenta reconstruir su vida mientras espera a que su hermana pequeña despierte del coma.
Cuando Lea se cambia de colegio, acaba en la misma clase que Seth Ashbury, el hermano del chico que su madre mató. Mientras Lea empieza a conocer a la persona enterrada bajo la desesperación de Seth, empieza a enamorarse de su ingeniosa y apasionada alma. Pero Seth no sabe que Le  es la misma persona que impidió que su familia consiguiese justicia.
Cuando su realción empieza a profundizarse, Lea consigue el amor que no ha tenido en su vida desde el accidente. Pero pronto se encontrará ante una encrucijada: puede continuar con sus mentiras y aceptar el confort que les da a ambos. O puede decirle a Seth la verdad y arriesgarse a destruir tanto a su familia como a su recién encontrado amor.

LA AUTORA

Olivia Rivers es una autora híbrida de Young Adult y ficción. Sus obras incluyen las autopublicaciones his is What Goodbye Looks Like y In the Hope of Memories junto a las tradicionalmente publicada Tone Deaf (Skyhorse 2016). Como una griega certificada, disfruta experimentando con nuevas técnicas de publicación, y sus obras online reciben más de un millón de visitas en Wattpad. Cuando Olivia no está escribiendo, es la típica adolescente universitaria de la universidad de Northern California. A Olivia la represente Laurie McLean de Fuse Literary, y nada le apasiona más que hablar con sus lectores.

Author links:
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EXTRACTO

Every reasonable thought in my head disappears at the sound of his voice. It’s slightly different now—deep and strong, instead of choked with grief and dread. But the smooth tone is mostly the same as I remember it, and my gut twists painfully as a new set of footsteps approaches.
A sharp noise breaks through the sudden quiet, and I flinch, thinking for a split second that it’s the sound of tearing metal. But then I realize it’s the bark of a dog, and I squeeze my eyes shut.
I can’t do this. I have to do this, but I can’t do this.
“Seth!” Brie calls out. “Dude, you’re totally late. Again.”
He makes a low, disbelieving noise, something between a scoff and a chuckle. Now he sounds even closer. I take a deep breath and clench my hand tighter around my cane. If I don’t turn around and greet him, it’ll be obvious that I have an issue with him, but I can’t get my body to move.
“I’m fashionably late,” Seth tells Brie. “There’s a difference.”
“Yeah, there is,” Hannah says. “One is on time, and one isn’t. And only one is annoying, too.”
“Agreed,” he says. “You punctual people get so irritating.”
Hannah tosses a curse at him, but laughs to soften the impact. Then the footsteps stop, and something cold and wet nudges my wrist, right where my mitten ends. At first, I think someone’s pressing snow there, but then I feel a warm tongue lick the same spot.
I jerk back just as I hear Seth say, “Koda! You know I can hear that, you bad girl. No licking.” Then he says to the others, “Who’s she licking? She never does that to you guys.”
“That’s Lea,” Brie says. “She’s the new senior we got. Lea, this is Seth Ashbury. Seth, this is Lea Holder.”
My heart pounds a million beats per minute, and the adrenaline makes me strong enough to peel my eyes open. Looking down, I find myself staring right at Seth’s seeing eye dog. She looks just like she did at the trial, a regal German Shepherd mix with a glossy coat and wagging tail.
The dog nudges at me again with her nose, clearly expecting me to pet her. But instead I focus on the light-weight vest strapped to her back, letting my eyes follow the slim handle attached to it until I find myself staring at the guy gripping it.
Seth Ashbury stands right there, right in front of me. He also looks the same as he did during the trial—tall with lithe muscle, shaggy blond hair, and tan skin. He’s the spitting image of his older brother, right down to the sharp jawline and the way one side of his mouth lifts slightly higher than the other as he smiles.
A slim pair of sunglasses hides his blind eyes, but I’m betting they’re the same color as his brother’s. Parker’s eyes were shockingly blue, like a tropical sea, and their bright color contrasted sickeningly against the blood that dripped down his forehead after the accident.
I’m frozen. Maddie and Hannah giggle, probably thinking I’ve been stunned by Seth’s good looks. I’m sure any normal girl would consider him gorgeous, but I haven’t been normal in months, and nothing about Seth is beautiful to me. He’s just a reminder of crunching metal and squealing tires and my sister’s scream, her scream that seemed to echo and never, never, never end...
“Hey,” Seth says, holding out a hand in my general direction. “Nice to meet you.”
This is the part where I need to slap on a smile, recover from my brief awkwardness, and let myself go into robot mode. Shut down my emotions, boot up automatic functions. I reach my hand forward a little, and for a single moment, I think I’m going to pull this off.
But then I notice the slim chain around his neck, the one that has a small, silver medallion dangling from the end. The same medallion his brother was wearing when he died just feet away from me.
My gut twists, and my hand falls away, and I vomit all over his shoes. 

SORTEO

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No sé vosotros, pero a mí este libro me llama muchísimo la atención. Sí, tiene pinta de cliché y tópico, nada original y con un trema muy pero que muy tratado. Pero aún así sé que me gustará, es de este tipo de lectura segura y sin riesgos, y a veces nos apetecen ese tipo de lecutras ¿verdad?

Os deseo a todos mucha suerte con el sorteo, que 15$ gratis nunca vienen mal.

¡Nos leemos! ♥ 

5 comentarios

  1. Hola!!!
    Lástima que el libro sea en inglés porque tiene una pinta estupenda. Muchísimas gracias por el sorteo!.
    Un besito. Lottie.

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  2. Gracias por el sorteo pero el ingles y yo no non llevamos bien jajaja
    Un besote nos leemos!

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  3. Gracias por el sorteo. Participo

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