Open Thy Heart by Jessica L. Brooks

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Today we have a release day launch for Jessica L. Brooks’ Open Thy Heart, the second book in her YA Fantasy series. I’m so excited to share this book with y’all! Be sure to check out Jessica’s book, and enter her fabulous giveaway! 🙂

Blogs Taking Part in the Release Day Launch

The Phantom Paragrapher

Born To Read

Book Butterfly in Dreamland

Coffee Books & Art

LuLo Fangirl

Roxy’s Reviews

that scottish chicks book reviews

Fantasy&Education

K.R. Grace: Let’s Blog About It

Best Book Boyfriends

Reading is My Treasure

My Favorite Things

In Between The Lines

Erotica Book Nymphos

I Heart YA Books

mustreadbooksordie

battery operated book blog

Once Upon An Alpha

Short and Sassy Book Blurbs

Gaga Over Books

The Sarcastic Palmtree

This girl loves books

Hooked On Books Forever

Whirlwindbooks

101 Ways to Make Love to a Spoon

Adventures in Writing

No Bent Spines

undercover book reviews

Books Books Books

Book Butterfly in Dreamland

Adventures in Writing

Word to Dreams

The Phantom Paragrapher

those naughty girls book club

Read It Woman

Roxy’s Reviews

Caffeine and Books

Shayna Varadeaux Books & Reviews

Between The Lines

G & Co. Book Blog

Coffee Books & Art

Crawling Over the Pages

Becky´s Corner

Whirlwindbooks

Pieces of Whimsy

Reading Bliss

Tissues and Tomes Book Blog

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Broadway Girl Book Reviews

Books and Bubble Bath

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Blog Tour Schedule:

September 15

Coffee Books & Art        Excerpt

Reading is My TreasureReview

September 16

Short and Sassy Book Blurbs      review

Erotica Book NymphosReview

that scottish chicks book reviews           Review

September 17

battery operated book blog       Review

LuLo Fangirl       Excerpt

September 18

Book Butterfly in Dreamland     Review

Adventures in Writing   Playlist

September 19

Gaga Over Books            Review

In Between The Lines    Review

September 20

Roxy’s ReviewsDreamcast

This girl loves books       Excerpt

September 21

Fantasy & Education     Review

The Phantom Paragrapher         Review

September 22

This girl loves books       Excerpt

September 23

Hooked On Books Forever          Review

September 24

K.R. Grace: Let’s Blog About It   Review

101 Ways to Make Love to a Spoon        Review

September 25

Born To Read    Excerpt

Best Book Boyfriends    Guest Post

Open Thy Heart Synopsis:

It’s summer in Shaver and, frankly, Dahlia Kennedy is bored. Even though she and Eva are throwing aOpen Thy Heart party for David and she gets to visit Rowan in Ambrosia easier on account of summer hours, it seems like senior year is never going to come. Worse yet, it’s looking like the one thing she’s planned on doing for forever isn’t going to happen. Cue Dahlia’s Embarrassing Incident: the tipping point that seems to shift everything into a new direction. David’s acting weird. Something happens to Rowan. Dahlia’s forced to ask the least likely person ever for help. A secret is blown wide open. Conflict between the Lennox Rochforts and the Townsends grows more and more out of control until so much is going on in Ambrosia, Dahlia can barely keep up with life at home. Frustrated with trying to keep track of who knows what, Dahlia continues fighting to help the people she loves, and slowly, the truth is exposed. Crazy thing is, she had no idea about any of it. And it changes everything she’s ever known.

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Jessica L Brooks Bio:

Jessica BrooksJessica L. Brooks is a lover of books, coffee, and all things owl-dorable. She writes young adult books about near-future dystopia (Pity Isn’t An Option, Cozenage #1, available now) and magical realism (the Flora series); and loves to serve virtual cookies. Connect with her on her blog, Let Me Tell You A Story, Tumblr, or anywhere else on the interwebs by doing a search for her username: coffeelvnmom.

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