“His back was amazing. You could see all these lines, sinews, muscles or whatever… I felt like licking them.”
Okay. That’s still a wild quote.
Jade Ashton is a sassy virgin. In her private blog, she vents about “fitting in” a world where superficiality reigns supreme. Suddenly all logic flies out the window when she meets Novan, the former geek, who’s morphed into a delicious songwriter-musician. They decide to be so-called friends-with-benefits. But it’s Novan, with his poems and riddling passages on his own, public blog, who backs out.
Jess C Scott’s EyeLeash: A Blog Novel captures self-discovery in the twenty-first century, and showcases the colorful, intricate drama in two youths’ relentless search for themselves, and what’s really in their hearts.
I’m giving away a paperback copy of EyeLeash, and Jess has said she’ll send a free autographed postcard to the winner.
This novel is written in an alternative format, as a personal online journal, and it’s risqué for a YA novel, because of all the talk about sex. Surprisingly, the format did not distract me, and the story captivated me. And as an alternative read, I enjoyed it immensely. Click to continue »