Hooked by Liz Fichera
Publication Date: January 31st 2013 by HarlequinTEEN
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About Liz Fichera:
Liz is an American author living in the American Southwest by way of Chicago.
Born and raised in Park Ridge, Illinois, she moved to Phoenix, Arizona, after college, never expecting to live more than one year among cactus and people who’d never seen snow. She was wrong. It certainly didn’t hurt that she met her future husband in Phoenix too.
Most of her stories are set in the American Southwest because she thinks the desert is a cool place. Living in Phoenix, she’s surrounded by Native American culture and influences, not to mention intriguing Hohokam petroglyphs and centuries-old canals. There are over 20 tribes in Arizona and she’s lucky to be neighbors to the Gila River and the Salt River Indian Communities.
When she’s not busy writing her next novel, she likes to travel, visit museums, support local theater productions, hike, and pretend that she’s training for a triathlon. She posts a lot of photos from her desert and mountain hikes on her Facebook and Twitter pages. In no particular order, she has been chased by javalinas, rattlesnakes, coyotes, and even one curious black bear. She would love to connect with you there too!
Get hooked on a girl named Fred…
HE said: Fred Oday is a girl? Why is a girl taking my best friends spot on the boy’s varsity golf team?
SHE said: Can I seriously do this? Can I join the boys’ team? Everyone will hate me – especially Ryan Berenger.
HE said: Coach expects me to partner with Fred on the green? That is crazy bad. Fred’s got to go – especially now that I can’t get her out of my head. So not happening.
SHE said: Ryan can be nice, when he’s not being a jerk. Like the time he carried my golf bag. But the girl from the rez and the spoiled rich boy from the suburbs? So not happening.
But there’s no denying that things are happening as the girl with the killer swing takes on the boy with the killer smile…
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Praise for Hooked
“Not just a Romeo and Juliet story, the book examines the conflicts of white versus Indian and rich versus poor, giving it far more heft than the average romance. Bravo.” – Kirkus STARRED Review
Liz Fichera will be on an exciting Blog Tour in January. It will be full of unique and exciting content, daily giveaways and a Grand Prize!
Monday, January 7th – Books Complete Me – Character Interview with Fred Oday
Wednesday, January 9th – I Like These Books – Interview with Liz Fichera
Friday, January 11th – Page Turners – Fred & Ryan Introduce Themselves
Monday, January 14th – Coffee Books and Me – Interview with Fred & Ryan
Wednesday, January 16th – Letters Inside Out – Interview with Liz Fichera
Friday, January 18th – Book Nook – Interview with Liz Fichera
Tuesday, January 22nd – Harlequin Blog
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