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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Lean On Me #Book Tour + $10 Amazon Gift Card!

This sounds like a rather intriguing story and I'd love to read it.
I have already thought of what I'd do if my young daughter should become pregnant at an early age. Of course it's not something I'd wish, but life rarely cares about what  we wishes for, we must adjust and it will work out best if we choose love.

So many families have had to deal with issues like these and I believe it would go a bit better if we think about what ifs before hand and formulate a plan so that we are prepared for various life scenarios.

Come have fun in the Lean On Me #Book Tour + $10 Amazon Gift Card!
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DISCLAIMER: Though this is a YA novel, it still contains violence, language, and other situations some may not be comfortable with.

Lean on Me by Candy Crum

When sixteen year old Briana Grace discovers that she's pregnant after only having sex one time with her emotionally and physically abusive boyfriend, Mike Rhodes, her life begins to twist and turn upside down.

She discovers who truly loves her and who she can really trust.

Her boyfriend turns on her and nearly kills her when she won't agree to an abortion. Bri has to fight for her life and that of her little girl.

She struggles to learn how to turn her life around and rise above all the bad after the world turns against her when more and more people learn of her pregnancy.

No matter what, there's one friend that she can count on through thick and thin. He has been her best friend since childhood and they've never seen anything more from their friendship... Until now. She must learn to trust her heart again so she can see the bright future with the one who’s been there all along.
 

candyMeet the Author:

Candy Crum lives in Indiana and is the Author of “The Eternal Series” and other short stories. She published her first novel, The Eternal Gift, in May of 2011 and has been publishing ever since.

Candy is an avid lover of the paranormal genre, stemming from years of reading the Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice when she was a teenager. Later, she developed a deep love of the Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead and the House of Night Series by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast, furthering her love of the genre and pushing her to really push to finish and publish her novel.

Since then, Candy has released three other books in The Eternal Series and will release another later in 2014. Now, Candy is trying her hand at more contemporary pieces of work, like that of Lean on Me and other books she will release in 2014.

Some of Candy’s interests include the usual reading and writing, music (of most types), movies (action and comedy or any combination of the two), cartoons (she loves to say that her children watch cartoons because she does), and drawing. She loves talking with her fans and loves reading the reviews that her fans are kind enough to leave for her.

Always feel free to find Candy on Facebook and send her a message!

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Colette is a busy mom of 2 kids focusing solely on being a mom. She hails from the Caribbean and now balances the full life of being a SAHM and dabbling in odd jobs to help around the home. She enjoys sharing her memories, hopes, food, travel, entertainment, and product experiences on her blog. Please read my disclosure 
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9 comments :

  1. Yes I do, we have been friends for 33 years. She is a forever friend.

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  2. I do not have a childhood friend that I keep in contact with

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  3. Absolutely. Everyone needs one of those friends!

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  4. Yes, I have a friend I've known since I was seven. We're still good buddies.

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  5. Yes, I have a child hood friend that I can count on.

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  6. I have a friend from high school that will be in my wedding. I can count on her!

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  7. No I moved so much as a kid never really got the chance

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  8. I don't have a childhood friend I can count on

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  9. Yes, I do. We have been friends since jr. kindergarten.

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I appreciate your thoughts - Colette

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