Dangerous Destiny by @SuzanneBrockmann and Melanie Brockmann #Review #Free #DestinyIsDangerous


Suzanne Brockmann

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Title: Dangerous Destiny
Author: Suzanne Brockmann and Melanie Brockmann
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers, Teens & YA
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Publication Date: August 26, 2014
Received: Netgallery.com and B&N

Skylar is about to meet a boy who will change her life—and a girl who wants to end it.

Skylar Reid is the new girl at school. Her mom just moved them to Florida–aka The Land of the Living Dead where the average age of her new neighbors was seventy-five–to start over. Skylar is not a fan of the change or her total lack of friends. Until she meets Calvin, a funny, sarcastic boy who doesn’t let being in a wheelchair stop him from verbally shredding their preppy classmates. Skylar’s just about to decide her new school’s not a total loss when an odd girl wearing an oversized trench coat in the murderous Southern heat declares, “You’re one of us.” And then tries to kill her.

Ok so I am not completely sure how long this will be free. But it is free now and per the publisher it will be on the day it is released. I included Amazon and Barnes & Noble to get it for free now. I receive an early request from Netgallery via the publisher. I loved the first book and was more then happy to read the pre sequel for FREE.

We find out how Calvin and Skylar meet, become friends, and deal with some craziness. Skylar has had to move quickly and deal with some traumatic issues that happened. Then going to high school as a new girl without friends can be hard but add in a crazy girl wanting to kill her just doesn’t make anything better. Thankfully Calvin is there and helps get things straight. Pretty much we are seeing the development of their, Skylar and Calvin, friendship. I liked reading Night Sky first and them Dangerous Destiny so I knew more about what was going on then if you read it the other way. But you can read them either way and I recommend doing it!

Next book is Night Sky out on October 7, 2014.

By Suzanne Brockmann and Melanie Brockmann


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