Fire Girl (Part 1) by Taryn A. Taylor

July 12, 2013 | 2 Comments

Everyone has secrets. Maddie wants to take hers and run.

After getting court ordered to live with her grandparents in Sugar Valley, seventeen-year-old, Maddie Haven doesn’t expect to tick off the hot student body president, have a faceoff with a horrendously grumpy girl in a wheel chair, and get blamed for a school fire—all on the first day of school. Good thing she plans to leave. And don’t even ask why Maddie volunteers to help out after her grandpa has a heart attack. Staying in Sugar Valley is not possible!

After an unexpected friendship leads Maddie on a journey to remember the faith she thought no longer existed, the only thing she knows for sure is the truth never comes easy. And helping someone else just might change her in ways she never thought possible.

When the people that share her secret threaten the people she loves, Maddie is left with a choice: run away or let it all go up in smoke.

*Note: There’s a Part 1 and a Part 2, both with the same cover and description and released only two days apart. I don’t know if they are planning to combine these at some point or not???

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Title: Fire Girl (Part 1)

Author: Taryn A. Taylor

Publisher: ArchStone Ink

Release Date: July 11, 2013


Formats: 140 pages, e-book

Genre: Young Adult

2 responses to “Fire Girl (Part 1) by Taryn A. Taylor

  1. Meghan Herbert

    I just read the sample of this book and HOLY SMOKES you talk about sucking you in and a book you can’t put down! Such imagery and foreshadowing! I have so many questions that need to be answered.

  2. WOW! I have read some really amazing books this year and this book is up there with the BEST OF THE BEST!

    As you read you will be taken on an adventure filled with so much emotion.
    You will feel the anger!
    You will feel the love!
    You will laugh!
    You will cry!
    You will rejoice!
    And in the end you will SO LOVE THIS BOOK!

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