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Promo Post: August Moon by Tammy Morea





Summary from Goodreads:
What do you do when the one who broke your heart, is the only one who can fix it?

There is nothing in this world stronger than the powerful emotion of being in love.  Except, maybe the paralyzing pain of a broken heart.

Moving to a small unfamiliar beach town in the summer before her senior year of high school is really going to suck. Raven, a black haired beauty, from a well- off family was certain about that. Miserable in her circumstance’s, nothing could convince her otherwise, until Raven meets Quinn, a local with a love for surfing and a bad reputation to go with it. Despite the very different worlds they live in, their desire for each other is undeniable. Raven’s fears and misery start to vanish as she and Quinn fall deeper and deeper into each other.
But things change drastically when Raven is unknowingly used as a pawn, in a turn of disastrous events, caused by Quinn’s older brother.
The events that follow could silence Raven’s heart for eternity and completely destroy what’s left of Quinn’s soul.
August Moon is a captivating story of young love.  Bringing two unlikely hearts together.  Only to be shattered by one tortuous decision.  Putting these star-crossed lovers on course for the ultimate challenge of forgiveness.

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August Moon: Character Spotlight

Character: MK

First & Last: MaryKate McGee

Age: 17 years old
                    
Hometown: Long Beach, NY

Quirk: she’s very competitive.

                    -A Little secret-
MK is a little frustrated that she has not been able to master her surfing skills as well as some of the other girls from Long Beach.

                            LIKES
·         Ice Hockey
·         Fitness
·         Quinn O’Shea, her Best Friend
·         Watching Quinn surf
·         Sports, all sports.
     
                            DISLIKES
·         Catty girly girls
·         Not being good at anything that involves sports or athletics
·         Losing
·         Seeing Quinn upset




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