Shanda: Maryse, last night I finished “Lengths” by Liz Reinhardt and Steph Campbell last night. Loved it! You should add it to your TBR list.
Christina: Just finished Lengths, good YA book
Jennifer: I just finished it too. I enjoyed it but thought it ended a little too quick.
Kirsten: I liked Lenghts too.
NOTE from the authors: “EACH BOOK IN THE SERIES WAS WRITTEN AS A STAND ALONE TITLE. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO READ THE PREVIOUS BOOKS IN THE SERIES TO FOLLOW ALONG.”
About book #1:
Nineteen-year-old Whit Conrad leaves her conservative Pennsylvania home for sunny California, looking for independence, a fresh start, and a place to stash her grief. She promptly finds a job at a tattoo parlor, a craptastic first apartment, and one friend—Ryan—who is a little less friend, a little more benefits.
Deo Beckett is a soulful surfer with a passion for tattoos and beautiful women. On the eve of his twenty-second birthday, he finds himself living with his grandfather, recently unemployed, and seriously adrift. He doesn’t know much about what he wants out of life, but he does know his current situation isn’t cutting it.
When Deo meets Whit, she’s all sexy makeup and fierce, smart-ass fun. It doesn’t take him long to see past her tough shell. And when he gets a good look at what’s under all the superficial stuff that usually gets his attention, it leaves Deo wondering if there might be more to life than living fast and free.
Deo falls for Whit, and falls hard. But everything about her, down to that mysterious tattoo and the way she thrashes in her sleep, tells him that the girl he loves is hiding something. And the more he pushes for answers, the more Whit pulls away.
Having your guard up is one thing, but are the lengths Whit goes to to protect her secret worth throwing away the second chance she has at happiness with Deo?