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The Turning Pointe by Vanessa L. Torres | Book Tour

A bold and emotionally gripping novel about a teenage Latinx girl finding freedom through dance and breaking expectations in 1980s Minnesota. When sixteen-year-old Rosa Dominguez pirouettes, she is poetry in pointe shoes. And as the daughter of a tyrant ballet Master, Rosa seems destined to become the star principal dancer of her studio. But Rosa would do anything for one hour in the dance studio upstairs where Prince, the Purple One himself, is in the house.

To Bleed a Crystal Bloom by Sarah A. Parker | Book Tour

Nineteen years ago, I was plucked from the heart of a bloody massacre that spared nobody else. Small. Fragile. An enigma. Now ward to a powerful High Master who knows too much and says too little, I lead a simple life, never straying from the confines of an imaginary line I've drawn around the castle grounds. Stay within. Never leave.

Dangerous Play by Emma Kress | Book Tour

TITLE: Dangerous Play AUTHOR: Emma Kress PUBLISHER: Roaring Brook Press RELEASE DATE: August 3rd, 2021  GENRES: YOUNG ADULT FICTION---Contemporary BUY LINK Blurb A fierce team of girls takes back the night in this propulsive, electrifying, and high-stakes YA debut from Emma Kress. Zoe Alamandar has one goal: win the State Field Hockey Championships and earn... Continue Reading →

Kingdom Of The Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco

Emilia and Vittoria di Carlos are not an ordinary set of twins. They were born with magical powers. The di Carlos along with 12 other families living in Palermo were true daughters of the moon. Descendants of an actual goddess. Emilia was the introvert type, finding comfort in reading a nice romance novel and coming up with new recipes for their family restaurant Sea and Vines.

Kiss Of Salt by Smita Bhattacharya

It was crazy really, for Darya to think she could have some peace and quiet at Heliconia Lane. Yes, it was located in a beautiful corner of South Goa—by the beach, no less—but after her Aunt Farideh disappeared twenty years ago—from this very place—nothing has been the same again. And now her uncle was dead under bizarre circumstances as were two of the neighbours on his street.

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