Welcome to My Indie Monday – a feature that started right here on Me, My Shelf and I that focuses on the wonderful Independent and Small House published authors!
Team member Yvette hated that we couldn’t review every Indie request we got, and thus MIM was born – a way to feature them still!!
This week we Welcome
THIS OR THAT
I love This or That’s! They are so much fun, and I particularly like Ryann’s answers – they tell me her and I would be really good friends! *wink* What do you all think of them?
Driver or Passenger:
DRIVER! And if passenger, just go ahead and change that to backseat driver.
Chicken or Fish:
Depends, probably chicken.
Movie at Home or in Theater:
Theatre with popcorn!
Coffee or Tea:
COFFEE always coffee!
Writing at Home or Out and About?
I do both! I'm more productive at a coffee shop though.
Skiing or Tubing:
Um, neither? Sports and me don't mix.
Heels or Sneakers:
I want to say heels, but the reality is probably sneakers.
Harry Potter or Percy Jackson:
Fruit Loops or Raisin Bran:
Raisin Bran, but I pick out the raisins. They put in too many!
Horror or Comedy:
Comedy. I'm a fraidy-cat!
Release Date: February 25th 2013
A good girl trying to find herself.
A troubled boy running from his past.
The seductive allure of the cirque.
One summer that will change them both forever …
Eighteen-year-old ballerina Ariel is determined to experience life outside the dance studio. She auditions for the cirque on a whim, and though ballet training didn’t prepare her for dodging knives, she refuses to flinch and wins the spot of target girl alongside Gabriel, the mysterious knife-thrower. There’s something unmistakably dangerous yet tempting about Gabriel’s crystal blue eyes and tattoos. She’s determined to solve the mystery of his past after learning he’s on the run from the law. Especially since the distraction is just what she needs to avoid admitting to her parents she was dismissed from her ballet contract.
The more she learns about Gabriel, the scars on his body, the foster homes he grew up in, and his fascination with knives, she knows she should run the other way, but that boy’s like crack, oh so bad for you, yet addicting as hell. When he’s arrested and forced to deal with his past, she has to choose between putting her own life back together and dealing with her parents, or taking a chance on Gabriel, as no one else has.
The Cirque is a contemporary new adult romance.
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Ryann Kerekes writes young adult novels with a strong dose of romance. She lives in Minnesota with a super cute husband and two puppies, one of which may be part monkey. When not writing, she enjoys reading, hiking, laughing and day dreaming about kissing scenes. The Cirque, a contemporary, sexy YA is her debut novel. She also writes adult romance as Kendall Ryan.