Sunday, December 22, 2013

Blog Tour + Review: Pierced Love by T.H. Snyder


Zar Evans is not your typical high school senior; in fact she is anything by normal. Dressing to the trendiest Goth fashion, Zar wears nothing but black from head to toe. Not that this warrants unwanted attention, but she is also top in her class and is looking at a full academic scholarship to Iowa State in the fall. 
Loudon Clarke is an all star athlete. He plays three varsity sports and has the world in his hands. Except for one thing; Loudon is failing majority of his subjects. He is about to be suspended from the basketball team risking his athletic scholarship. 
Zar and Loudon would normally never cross paths, until these two are brought together when Zar’s brother proposes to Loudon’s sister. With an upcoming wedding and a lot of planning Zar and Loudon are stuck with one another regardless of their differences. 
Zar has hidden behind the pain she deals with on a daily basis for years. Loudon has never had to feel pain nor the ignorance of his peers. Can opposites really bring these two together or will they be pulled even further apart.
Only one thing is for sure, it is impossible to fight the connection of pierced love when one is willing to change for happiness.


Buy Links:

Amazon | Amazon UK

Our Review:
3.5 good read

If you're looking for a book to read along with your teenager to bond of if you know anyone who has suffered from bullying this book is definitely a good read.
We are taken in to the life of Zar and get to see how much pain she is in, how she suffers every day due to the hurtful words and actions of others. All the while keeping her pain a secret from her loved ones Zar travels to a nearby town she has always felt safe in she crosses path with someone who brings out the old happy Zar.
Loudon is an all star athlete with the most gorgeous green eyes and although girls don't really hold his attention for long he just can't help but be drawn to Zar there's just something about her that he can't resist. She's obviously in pain and hiding it but he is determined to be there for her to help her be happy the one thing he won't do is let her go.
Loudon changes Zar he reminds her that there's more to life than pain and embarrassment. She is faced with dealing with the way she sees herself and with the challenge of not allowing others hurtful words affect her negatively anymore. After years of darkness Loudon is her ray of light. This is a great book to introduce any young reader to and a great book for adults to read as well.

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