Friday, March 8, 2013

The Truth About Letting Go by Leigh Talbert Moore [Book Blitz]

The Truth About Letting Go by Leigh Talbert MoorePublication date: February 21st 2013
Genre: YA Contemporary

Ashley wants to smash everything in her once-perfect life.

Charlotte wants to walk in Ashley’s seemingly charmed shoes.

Colt wants to turn Smalltown USA on its ear—with Ashley at his side.

Jordan wants to follow his heart…
But Ashley’s the one sacrifice he never expected to make.

Up until now, Ashley Lockett’s followed the rules. She’s always done the right thing, played it safe, gone to church. Then her ideal life is torn apart when her dad dies suddenly.

Now she’s miserable and furious, and she makes a vow not to believe in anything. She’s on a mission to do everything opposite of how she lived before—rejecting safety, the rules, faith… 

And then she meets Jordan. 

Jordan has big dreams, he’s a great kisser, and he wants to help her through her grief. He also believes in everything Ashley now claims to hate. 

Then she meets Colt. He is not safe. And he’s ready to help Ashley fulfill her mission.
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Leigh Talbert Moore is a wife and mom by day, a writer by day, a reader by day, a freelance editor when time permits, a chocoholic, a caffeine addict, a lover of any great love story, a beach bum, and occasionally she sleeps.

Leigh’s debut novel The Truth About Faking is available now on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, and Kobo.
Her second book, Rouge, is a mature YA/new adult romantic suspense novel set in New Orleans. It’s available on Amazon.
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The Truth About Breaking the Seal 
Everybody's high school experience is different, but one thing's the same: cashing in the V-card is a big deal.
Some teens are ready to get it over with, while some are a little more selective. (I'm thinking of Cher in Clueless: "You see how picky I am about my shoes, and they only go on my feet.")

In The Truth About Letting Go, main character Ashley decides she's ready to "break the seal" as she and her friends call it.

She's always been a loner, live and let live type, but since her dad died, she's become more adventurous. One reviewer said she turns into the "female bad-boy." It's true.

Colt is Mr. Sex on Wheels, and there are several times when she's ready to go with him. The problem is, he does something... unexpected on their first date, and Ashley doesn't trust him.
Jordan's her man, and she's it for him.
Sleeping with Ashley is Jordan's fantasy come to life, and their make-out sessions are H-O-T! But Jordan's playing it safe as well, and he knows that Ashley's acting out. He's also got a big decision he's struggling with, and staying with her could change his plans. So they have to decide...

I've thought about this question a lot since finishing the book, and I wonder what the majority of readers would say.

Would you want a character to abandon everything for The One? We advise girls not to do this all the time. Don't follow your boyfriend to college, don't give up your career for a guy...

Should the same rule apply to guys? I'd love to hear what you think!

Thanks for having me here today, and happy reading!

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