About RECLAIMED:Jenna Oliver doesn’t have time to get involved with one boy, let alone two.
All Jenna wants is to escape her evaporating small town and her alcoholic mother. She's determined she'll go to college and find a life that is wholly hers—one that isn't tainted by her family's past. But when the McAlister twins move to town and Jenna gets involved with both of them, she learns the life she planned may not be the one she gets.Ian McAlister doesn't want to start over; he wants to remember.Ian can’t recall a single thing from the last three months—and he seems to be losing more memories every day. His family knows the truth, but no one will tell him what really happened before he lost his memory. When he meets Jenna, Ian believes that he can be normal again because she makes not remembering something he can handle.The secret Ian can’t remember is the one Luke McAlister can’t forget.Luke has always lived in the shadow of his twin brother until Jenna stumbles into his life. She sees past who he’s supposed to be, and her kiss brings back the spark that life stole. Even though Luke feels like his brother deserves her more, Luke can’t resist Jenna—which is the trigger that makes Ian's memory return.Jenna, Ian & Luke are about to learn there are only so many secrets you can keep before the truth comes to reclaim you.
October 15th 2013 from Spencer Hill Contemporary
My thoughts on cover: *squeal* Isn't it gorgeous?? I'm so in love with the colours, it's like all of my favourite colours all put in one cover! It just makes me even more excited for this book! And the summary? EEEEEP. It sounds amazeballs already and hellloooo there's twin brothers!! Which means two equally super hot guys!! ;) This is the second book from the Spencer Hill imprint, Spencer Hill Contemporary. First is Camp Boyfriend (J.K Rock), then this Reclaimed (Sarah Guillory) and last Frigid (J. Lynn/JLA). Yay!!!
I am a reader. I love words and worlds and characters and, I will admit, that perfectly placed semi-colon. I love it when a sentence is so beautiful that I have to stop and re-read it several times because it is a nugget of truth written in a way I’d never thought before but is somehow the exact shade of right. I love characters who become real and worlds more vivid than my own. I love books, and I am a reader.
Which is also why I’m a writer and an English teacher. I teach sophomore English at a public high school, and sometimes I get very excited that they pay me to fan girl over books and authors and watch as one of my students falls in love with the written word – either for the first time or all over again with a new genre or author. I also sponsor the book club at our school, which means that once a month I get to sit around and discuss books (mostly YA) with teens. I really do love my job.
I live in Louisiana with my adorable husband and equally adorable but ridiculously spoiled bloodhound. I run marathons in order to stay at least partially sane. I love fall and football and rain. And books. Have I mentioned that I am ridiculously addicted to books?