Title: Perfect Pitch
Author: Alex Hayes
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy
Released: Aug 6th, 2019
Page Count: 290
Hi everyone today is my stop on Perfect Pitch Book Tour, I will be sharing my thoughts on the book!
Blurb: All Dean wants is to escape…But he can’t leave his younger brother, Ty, in the care of their alcoholic mother. And when their abusive father shows up, Dean has to get Ty out. Which means joining Shri — his best and only friend — in taking a job out of state and breaking the law by stealing his brother away.
Cadi’s life is almost back together after Dean blew it into a million pieces. She’s come to terms with her life as a shape-shifter — well, almost. She’s still trying to wrap her head around the fact that a vicious enemy is out to destroy the remnants of her people. As if Cadi doesn’t have enough to deal with, Dean’s about to land on her front doorstep, forcing her to decide whether to let him into her secret world or slam the door in his face.
The Chameleon Effect series, starring shape-shifter teens with extraordinary superpowers, is sure to appeal to Young Adult and New Adult readers who enjoy romance with a paranormal twist.
My Thoughts: This is my first fantasy book in awhile, and i’m so glad. I really enjoyed this book, reading about Cadi , Idris, Shri and Dean was a delight. I thought the story really held throughout the entire book. I was never bored and looking forward to seeing how everything unfolded. I really hope there will be a 3rd book I’m not ready to give them up just yet. I definitely recommend if your looking for a fantasy, YA , romance book pick this right up!
Please note this is the second book of the installment, book one should be read before hand.
About the Author: Alex Hayes wrote her first fiction story when she was twelve. Inspired by her mother’s storytelling, she began work on her first novel, Ice Cracks, at eighteen. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. In her twenties, she moved from Marin County, California to Boston, Massachusetts, where she built a career as an IT professional in database engineering. In 2004, she self-published Ice Cracks, which became a semi-finalist in the 2005 IPPY Awards.Alex splits her time between Grand Junction, Colorado and Guanajuato, Mexico. When she isn’t writing, she’s helping her partner, Lee, renovate a 450 year old hacienda. She is mother to one beautiful daughter and many wonderful cats.
** Thank you xpresso tours and Shaking the Tree Press for my gifted copy in exchange for my review.