Great YA Read – Foreign Exchange


Posted On Oct 14 2014 by

I had the privilege to read an advanced copy of Foreign Exchange by Denise Jaden. I was drawn in by the great characters and held in by an outstanding plot. I won’t go into the description. There’s plenty of that below. Don’t miss this one! And watch for more great YA fiction from Denise.

FOREIGN EXCHANGE is On Sale Now!

Denise Jaden’s new young adult novel, FOREIGN EXCHANGE, is officially available to the world this week! It is an Editor’s Pick and for a limited time, it is available on the Evernight Teen website for only $4.49!

Here’s a little more about the book:

 

Jamie Monroe has always played it safe. That is, until her live-for-the-moment best friend, Tristan, jets off to Italy on a student exchange program. Left alone with her part-time mother and her disabled brother, Jamie discovers that she is quite capable of taking her own risks, starting with her best friend’s hotter-than-hot older brother, Sawyer. Sawyer and Tristan have been neighbors for years, but as Jamie grows closer to the family she thought she knew, she discovers some pretty big secrets.

 

As she sinks deeper into their web of pretense, she suspects that her best friend may not be on a safe exchange program at all. Jamie sets off to Europe on a class trip with plans to meet up with Tristan, but when Tristan stops all communication, suddenly no one seems trustworthy, least of all the one person she was starting to trust—Sawyer.  

And here’s what people are saying about FOREIGN EXCHANGE:


“Denise Jaden’s newest novel, FOREIGN EXCHANGE, is a must read for contemporary YA fans. The characters leap off the pages and readers will furiously turn pages to keep up with the fast pace and intriguing premise. Definitely add a copy of Foreign Exchange to the top of your reading list.”

~ Janet Gurtler, Rita Finalist and Best Selling Author of I’m Not Her 


“I loved the well-drawn relationships in Foreign Exchange – the tension between Jamie and her mother, Jamie’s tenderness with disabled brother Eddy and especially the intense chemistry between Jamie and Sawyer. Their off-limits attraction and the increasingly dangerous hunt for his sister had me racing through the final chapters.

~ Jen Nadol, author of The Mark, The Vision, and This is How it Ends


“Foreign Exchange takes you on a thrilling ride through the exotic streets of Europe into the dark side of the fashion world. Our charming heroine will stop at nothing to save her best friend. A sweet dose of romance keeps it light.”

~ Lee Strauss – author of The Minstrel Series

“Foreign Exchange is a fresh contemporary YA that will keep readers compulsively turning pages until the very end. Combining international intrigue with a steamy forbidden romance makes for a can’t miss read.”

~ Eileen Cook, author of Year of Mistaken Discoveries.

“A pitch perfect voice and delicious chemistry between the characters kept me turning those pages!”

~ Tara Kelly, author of Amplified and Encore

“Foreign Exchange is heart pounding and suspenseful…the teenage dream of escaping the boredom of suburbia by travelling Europe and spending quality time with a hot guy shifts into a dangerous nightmare.”

~ D.R. Graham, author of Rank and the Noir et Bleu MC series.

“Denise Jaden is a force to be reckoned with! I loved her new book so much. This one is a thrill ride with full realized, lovable characters, and a refreshingly unique premise.”

~ Rachel Shane, author of the upcoming Alice in Wonderland High



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Last Updated on: October 14th, 2014 at 6:03 pm, by Ron


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