Kasie West in conversation with Miranda Kenneally Book Launch for SUNKISSED
About this Event
Hicklebee's Teen Advisory Board (TAB) will be hosting Kasie West in conversation with Miranda Kenneally to celebrate the launch of West's newest book, SUNKISSED! Join us for this FREE virtual celebration on Zoom.
When: Tuesday, May 4th at 5:00 pm
Where: Zoom (a link will be e-mailed the day before the event)
Avery has always used music as an escape. But after her best friend betrays her, even her perfectly curated playlists can't help her forget what happened. To make matters worse, her parents have dragged her and her social-media-obsessed sister to a remote family camp for two months of fun. Just when Avery is ready to give up on the summer altogether, she meets Brooks--mysterious, frustratingly charming Brooks--who just happens to be on staff--which means he's off-limits.
What starts as a disaster turns into. . . something else. As the outside world falls away, Avery embarks on a journey of self-discovery. And when Brooks offers her the chance of a lifetime, she must figure out how far is she willing to go to find out what she wants and who she wants to be.
Fan favorite Kasie West is back with another unforgettable summer romance that reminds us falling in love is full of wonder, heartache, and--most of all--surprises.
ABOUT KASIE WEST
Kasie West is the author of many YA novels, including The Fill-in Boyfriend, P.S. I Like You, Lucky in Love, and Listen to Your Heart. Her books have been named ALA-YALSA Quick Picks, JLG selections, and ALA-YALSA Best Books for Young Adults. When she's not writing, she's binge-watching television, devouring books, or bury-ing her toes in the sand of the Central Coast. Kasie lives in Fresno, California, with her family.
ABOUT MIRANDA KEANNELLY
Miranda Kenneally is the author of eleven contemporary young adult romance novels, including Catching Jordan, Breathe, Annie, and Breathe, and most recently, Four Days of You and Me. Originally from Tennessee, Miranda now works at the State Department in Washington D.C., and lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, dog, and two cats.