Right beside Dealing with Blue on a King County Library shelf, is its sister book, Riding with the Hides of Hell*. It's a young adult, adventure-love story packed with biker goodness--or badness--and is a great choice for a pool-side read. It's quirky, fun, and has a strong heroine who kicks butt, literally.
Next to Dealing with Blue
in the King County Library System
A choice read!
RIDING WITH THE HIDES OF HELL
Desperately seeking acceptance from her father--a motorcycle club president--the adventurous Miki Holtz eagerly agrees to his request: drive his friend's injured son to Burnout Rally. Best call to duty she's ever had, since the son, the surly Will Sullivan, is her soul crush. But every time she's tried to make a love connection with him, there's been trouble. And as tough luck would have it, this bike ride is no different; dangerous rivals are lurking in the shadows ready to wreak havoc. Can Miki survive long enough to make Will see that she's his one and only while on a road trip from hell?
Here's my latest blackout poem from a recycled "proof" page of Dealing with Blue:
LOVE IS EVERYWHERE
The balloon couple
Were starting to look romantic.
* Riding with the Hides of Hell has a new title: Burnout!
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