Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Book Blitz : Carnival

Carnival by K.B. Nelson

Publication date: July 7th 2014
Genres: New Adult, Romance

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Charlie should be packing her bags for college, but the life ahead of her isn’t one she’s certain she wants. Maybe that’s what led her to sleep with a perfect stranger at the county fair. Finding out he was a carnie was like winning the bonus round of the world’s worst game.

Blue grew up in the carnival, never staying anywhere long enough to call home. He never thought of himself as the type to seduce a local, let alone fall in love with one, but his impulsiveness got the better of him this time. He should go where the carnival takes him, but for the first time he’s not sure if he wants to go.

When he makes the decision to stick around, Charlie eagerly follows him down the rabbit hole; into a world with no regard for consequences or regret. Most of all, he shows her that home isn’t a place, it’s a feeling they can create and share. For a price. Because the higher the roller coaster goes, the faster it all comes crashing down.

Review : 

Charlie has pretty much hit the point where she doesn't really know what to do with her life. She had broken up with her ex so that it makes sense when she left but now she isn't and things are just confusing right now. When the carnival rolls in town and Charlie gets more then she bargained for when she hooks up with one of the caries. The more deeper they fall for each other the more things get complicated. Trust me when it say its not going to be what you expect. 

I thought that this book was going to be sweet, steamy and as good as any other NA book. This book turned out to be more and this book very much surprised me with how great it turned it. This book is unique with its twists and turned and you readers won't want to put it down. There is enough drama, steam and things that'll surprise you to keep you readers. I loved everything about this book, the writing style, the story line, the overall fast pace of the book. I liked how relate able Charlie was at different points, not everyone has their life straight knowing what they want, there is massive doubt that people go through and I feel that in a way that is one way that Charlie can be relate able. I loved blues characters he was interesting mysterious and I couldn't wait to find out more about him. I loved that there was more then one point of view. I just loved everything about this book.

I highly recommend you lovely readers to check out this book.

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"Blue’s hollering echoes everything I’m feeling on the inside. We flip forward and backward. For all intents and purposes, we flip sideways too—a physical impossibility without crashing to the ground, but sideways we go.
One, two, three flips in a row. Reaching the top of the rotating axis, we’re flung upside down. It’s the moment where thrills reach the point of climax. The point in the ride when everything has lined up perfectly—the cage, the axis, and the chains. If that happens at the tip of the axis, then it feels as if you are being thrown into another world. At the very least, it feels like you’ve been thrown from the chains.
Two minutes in this cage feels like a lifetime in seconds. Two minutes in this cage with Blue feels like being swamped by a thousand migrating butterflies. The childish grin on his face, in between shouts of ecstasy, argues with his strong, muscular body as we flip.
We could lose a bolt with every flip and I probably wouldn’t notice. We could be one bolt away from breaking news and I wouldn’t be any the wiser. The cage could fly open, and I wouldn’t even know it until I woke up in hell.
Blue turns to me with his palms still pressed against the roof. It’s magnetic, and I have no choice but to look right back. Neon lights swirl behind him, illuminating half his face at once. He’s just as perfect in the shadows as he is in the light. There’s something in those eyes—a lifetime of stories and I want nothing more than to go down the rabbit hole.
Engines roar from the derby in the distance and just like the crashed-up cars there, I know what it feels like to be wrecked. This ride won’t last forever, and when it comes to a stop, I need to have made a decision."
I grew up on a farm in Ohio, but that's not very interesting, is it? When I'm not writing you can find me doing one of two things; getting lost on highways or getting lost in the lives of fictional characters. If my heart had two feet, one foot would be in romance and the other solidly in geekdom. I hope you'll all follow me on my journey through this carnival they call life.I promise there will be a happy ending. 

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