Sell Out – Free this week

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Sell Out

by Tammy L. Gray

Series: Mercy's Flight #2
Published by CreateSpace
Publication Date September 29th 2015
Sell Out – Free this week Genres: Young Adult, Clean Romance, Christian Fiction
Main Character Ages: 15-18
Written for: High School/Young Adult, Adult
Pages: 376


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Like many elite private schools, Madison High has a legacy steeped in traditions, none of which revolve around learning. Survival is simple: keep your head down, don’t say a word, and never question school royalty.

Cody James, a former victim of Madison’s vicious brand of hazing, wants nothing more than to graduate without breaking the unspoken rules that could land him back in social exile. Cody has breached the elusive inner circle, and he has no intention of losing his hard-earned security. But a beautiful new student shakes up his plan to coast by and causes him question his role as sidekick to the king of the school.

As the only daughter of rock legend Donnie Wyld, Skylar has been homeschooled her entire life. Now she wants normal, and she hopes that Madison High will offer her an escape from her father’s deteriorating health. She never intended on catching the eye of the school’s self-elected king or falling for his confusing best friend. But one look at Cody James, and she is drawn in by his guarded vulnerability.

When an average Friday night party turns into a nightmare, Cody is forced to make a decision—fight or follow. But standing up for the bullied and broken means facing a past he’s long buried and risking the future he’s worked so hard to achieve.

Though Sell Out might be considered a Young Adult book, it is well worth reading by teens and adults.  It is free this week.  I strongly suggest that you pick up a copy.

Though there are characters in this story that appeared in previous books, this book stands alone.  Then again, while you are at it, you might want to go ahead and pick up Mercy’s Flight and read it first.

Posted November 13, 2017 by Phyllis Helton in Book Sales / 0 Comments

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